10 jump and run games for Android and iPhone
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10 jump and run games for iPhone and Android
1. Sonic The Hedgehog 4 Episode II
The world's favorite blue hedgehog is back to save the day. With Tales by his side, Sonic must once again put an end to the evil deeds of Dr Eggman. The game supports cooperative multiplayer over Wi-Fi or Bluetooth, and a version optimized for Tegra devices is available in addition to the standard one.
Android ($6.99) | Android THD ($6.99) | iPhone ($6.99)
2. Project 83113
Take control over special unit 83113 (a.k.a. Belle) and put an end to the reign of the machine. Get ready for some intense shooting, bullet dodging, and evading obstacles. The game is free for a limited time only, so if you find it intriguing, do not hesitate to check it out.
Android | iPhone
3. Dark Incursion
Dark Incursion is one of those games that actually follow a storyline. The action takes place in the 1800's, but in an alternate reality, and your goal is to stop the world from destroying itself.
Android ($2.99) | iPhone ($1.99)
Oscura is a platformer game with a gothic atmosphere and pretty graphics. Your mission is to bring back light to the world, but that is easier said than done.
Android ($0.99) | iPhone (1.99)
Here is a minimalist jump and run game that requires you to avoid obstacles by altering gravity. It is pretty fun so feel free to check it out.
Android | iPhone
Musketeers is a 3D platformer game with 21 challenging levels. Along the way you will have to run, swim, and jump in order to solve the riddles that will give you access to the royal tower of the last level.
Constantine is a fantasy side-scrolling game with lots of hack-and-slash action. There is a variety of weapons to choose from, and the graphics have a pronounced old-school look, which we find pretty cool.
8. Killer Bean Unleashed
As the name suggests, the protagonist of this game is an armed bean fighting for revenge. The game features 15 intense levels, 3 different gameplay modes, and 9 weapons firing all kinds of ammo. More levels and enemies are coming soon.
Obviously, Cordy is a clone of Little Big Planet, although that isn't necessarily a bad thing since the game is identically fun to play. The complete game has to be purchased in order to be played, but you can check out the first few levels at no charge.
Android | iPhone
1. Sniggly (Posts: 6404; Member since: 05 Dec 2009)
Just how in the hell did you not include Canabalt or Temple Run?
2. ilriz08 (Posts: 9; Member since: 28 Jun 2012)
dude temple run is not side-scrolling are you f*cking kidding me!
4. Nick_T (Posts: 123; Member since: 27 May 2011)
Canabalt is OK, but Temple Run is way too popular to be on the list.
6. karlH (Posts: 1; Member since: 04 Jul 2012)
Candy Monster?? Thats another Run & Jump game you guys left out. Considering that its got over 90,000 downloads on Google Play I think it should scored a mention here.