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Content Rating: Everyone
Race across the Moon, kicking down crystal walls and sliding under chomping moon-slugs! Bound through the Robotic Mines and face off against the MinerMech! Dash through the Big City on a quest to find friends and defeat the final boss together! - Control CommanderVideo as he runs, jumps, kicks, and slides his way to victory! - With exciting modern and retro challenges, you can dash your way through more than 50 levels! - Easy, medium, and hard difficulty modes - 20 bite-sized challenges separate from the main game - A boppin’ chiptune-inspired soundtrack with special guest Anamanaguchi! Join CommanderVideo in BIT.TRIP RUNNER, his most incredible journey yet!
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The BIT.TRIP series took off with Runner on WiiWare, so much so that the two successive Nintendo consoles have each had a Runner sequel. And honestly, what Runner has done now is made me look forward to the Switch port of Runner 2 coming next year, because I prefer its art style and it has checkpoints. Even if they are optional.
BIT.TRIP RUNNER holds up pretty well for an indie game from 2010. True, its sequels have spoiled us with checkpoints and leaderboards. But this more modest entry comes at the more modest price of $4.99, making it a worthwhile purchase for fans asking for a challenge.
If there was one BIT.TRIP game I had to recommend to a general audience, it would be BIT.TRIP RUNNER. It’s definitely the hardest game of the series and doesn’t necessarily do too much that’s exciting, but it’s still great fun and serves as the best introduction to what the series is all about.