ATOMIK: RunGunJumpGun for Nintendo Switch
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ATOMIK: RunGunJumpGun

Feb 8, 2018
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About this game

Developer: ThirtyThree
Content Rating: Everyone

Summary

ATOMIK: RunGunJumpGun is a tough as nails 2D Action Platformer that puts a teeth-rattling, gravity-defying weapon in your hands. With a cast of crazed characters, simple but beautifully difficult gameplay, and a pulsing musical score, ATOMIK: RunGunJumpGun is a loud, trippy mess of twitchy platforming goodness.

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7.62
Matthew MasonFeb 08, 2018
It takes something special to stand out in the ever-growing auto-running platformer genre, but ATOMIK: RunGunJumpGun does so with aplomb, copious deaths and a healthy dash of that “just one more time” mentality that’ll keep you coming back for more. From its pulse-pounding post-apocalyptic world to its powerful soundtrack, the hours will melt away as you try and collect every last bauble or at the very least just try and make it to the goal unscathed. If brutal arcade-like experiences sound like your cup of tea, you can’t go wrong with ATOMIK: RunGunJumpGun.
Daan KoopmanFeb 12, 2018
Overall, I had a really surprisingly fun time with ATOMIK: RunGunJumpGun. It has a good sense of difficulty and nailing everything was satisfying. Next to that, the grand sense of style is unmatched by most that I play in the genre. The big bummer is that it took only a few hours to fully complete the roughly 100 levels in the package. An endless mode would made me really happy, and would've made ATOMIK something I could return to. Still, what’s here is made with care, making for an enjoyable experience.
Kieran HarrisMar 12, 2018
Atomik: RunGunJumpGun is suitable for anyone on a budget seeking a hefty challenge. The simplistic two-button gameplay is layered upon with some excellent level design and we were soon to fall in love with its quirky presentation and accompanying soundtrack. It would have been nice, however, to see the inclusion of a multiplayer mode and some form of added incentive to collect up all those collectibles. At its modest price point though, its easy to overlook its flaws and its one we'd wholeheartedly recommend for fans of Celeste and Super Meat Boy.

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