Paint all the tiles while running.
Extremely simple One-Tap play with one hand.
A runner game, the object being to paint all the tiles while running. Its game-play is similar
to the classic game ‘Snake’, in which the player moves forward and turns by ninety
degrees. There are many stages consisting of various layouts. It employs extremely simple
one-touch play using one hand, in time with the rhythmic background music.
Runner move forward automatically and you can change the direction 360 degrees
by tapping left or right. ( It turns 90 degrees at a time.)
Tap on the right side to turn clockwise and tap on left side to turn counter-clockwise.
Its goal is painting all the tiles to one colour.
Be careful not to fall to the empty holes. It appears and disappears randomly.
The speed will get faster and faster as the more tiles are filled.
You can go next stage after all the tiles are painted.
DMONGS is an interactive art game company founded in Seoul, South Korea in 2013. A developer who studied design and a designer who majored in programming joined together to make fun things they imagine and carry out new, various experiments. The developer and the designer are working hard today in a small office with two chameleons and one bearded dragon that lead the company’s atmosphere.
The basic philosophy of DMONGS is to make something creative out of existing ones integrated with something new. DMONGS would like to make works encompassing various fields like interactive media art, not confined to game genre.
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- Indie Developer: DMONGS
- Game: Runner Run
- Genre: Arcade
- System: iOS, Android
- Website: dmongs.com
- Email: email@example.com
- iOS Download: Click here
- Google Play Download: Click here
- Twitter: @dmongs
- Facebook: dmongslab
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