Fun-Action-Packed Comic Book-Themed Endless Runner!

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Everyone from time-to-time dreams of being a super hero, coming in to save the day….maybe doing the heimlich maneuver on some poor choking person to save his/her life, or something even more dramatic. Don’t Run With A Plasma Sword (by XperimentalZ Games) is an iOS universal game featuring Cornelius, a young kid who has been dreaming of being a hero and finally get the chance to prove himself by killing the attacking aliens and saving planet Earth. In this game Cornelius is no longer dreaming about being a hero….he is the hero. Run down endless platforms in the endless game mode seeing how far you can last. There are obstacles such as aliens and bossess to deal with using your trusty plasma sword. In story mode there are 6 scenes, each complete with level gameplay, again featuring plenty of obstacles and plenty of aliens to take out.

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Don’t Run With A Plasma Sword has a unique comic book storyboard artwork that is fantastic, colorful and creatively-cool. Besides all the action packed gameplay, you can customize and upgrade Cornelius, giving him better jump, slide, and speed (not to mention additional attacking moves). Don’t Run With A Plasma Sword is a side scrolling platformer with more personality than most, leveraging excellent graphics and in depth gameplay that will keep you running and jumping for awhile….just like a real hero — at $0.99 this is a steal. Watch our other iPad video app demos for more awesome iPad app videos. Crazy Mike

Don’t Run With a Plasma Sword iPad App Details

Title: Don’t Run With a Plasma Sword
Price: $0.99
Size: 67.3 MB
Category: Games
Developer: XperimentalZ Games
Store: iTunes App Store

Don’t Run With a Plasma Sword iPad App Download Link

Don't Run With a Plasma Sword - XperimentalZ Games

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Don’t Run With a Plasma Sword iPad App Developers Description

iOS Universal
★★★★★★ Launch sale! 50% off ★★★★★★

For a long time Cornelius has been working at the local comic books stand shop. For about as long, he’s been daydreaming about how somehow, someday, he’d become a Hero. After all, wasn’t what the fortune cookie was saying, right? … Right?
Fortunately the Aliens invasion would be just in time to provide with this opportunity…

Don’t Run is a breathtaking, retro sci-fi, combat based, funny sidescroller with tons of content.

Anyway, what can you ask more for than running with a plasma sword slicing invading aliens?

★★★★★★ Main Features ★★★★★★

✔ Universal App
✔ Retina display
✔ 4 environments: City, Factory, Mother ship, Alien Planet
✔ 2 Game Modes:
☛ Story mode with fixed game progression, save points and boss fights
☛ Endless mode with 4 level of difficuly, random map generation and objectives to accomplish
✔ Did we say it? Boss fights!
✔ Breathtaking action! Hundreds of small hand crafted map sections put together dynamically to make sure to bring out a maximum of diversity and generate a controlled difficulty progression.
✔ A unique 3 buttons contextual controls scheme: jump, slide, slash which becomes double jump, dive and dash in the air
✔ Several monsters type with their own gameplay, traps to avoid, power-ups and rewards to collect
✔ Upgrades! Collect xp in game and level up your avatar on skills and avatar customization
✔ Openfeint and Game Center leaderboard and achievements
✔ Comic storyboards
✔ Original sountrack and sound effects
✔ 2 supported languages, English and French
✔ Updates and support? Of course.

About Michael Vallez

Michael Vallez - (CrazyMike) is the Founder of Mike is a regular guy who has a tech side, specifically a love for mobile apps and touch gaming. He is a retired cop, husband, father, and son. Current Devices: Galaxy Note 3, iPad Air, Nexus 7 and Kindle Fire HDX. Twitter - @MichaelVallez.