Crash Bandicoot Mobile review
The game Crash Bandicoot: On the run is a 3D platformer developed by Vicarious Visions and published by Activision Publishing in 2017. The game is a sequel to the original Crash Bandicoot series, but is not a remake. The gameplay is very similar to the original Crash Bandicoot games, the graphics are high quality, and the game is replayable. Crash Bandicoot: On the run is a mobile game that was released in 2012. It is a side scrolling game that is reminiscent of the old Crash games, and has a 3D feel to it.
The gameplay is very similar to the original Crash Bandicoot series. The player controls Crash, and the gameplay consists of jumping on various objects to collect items, avoid obstacles, and battle enemies. The player has to complete levels in a certain amount of time. The levels are linear, and are divided into five different areas.
Crash Bandicoot: On the run follows the same style as the original Crash games, with the main character running from left to right while collecting items and jumping over obstacles. In the game, the player controls Crash and must help him get through each level while avoiding enemies and hazards. The player can use Crash's spin attack and jump on enemies that are on the ground to defeat them. These levels have some challenging areas, such as spikes that are not visible until the player is right on them, or enemies that come out of pipes. The game is played from an isometric perspective.
The graphics are high quality, and the game is 3D. Crash Bandicoot: On the run is a high-quality game. The graphics are cartoonish and 3-D. The backgrounds are brightly colored and busy with detail, and the sprites are large and clear.
The game is very replayable, and the levels within the game are available in the order the player decides. The player can complete the game in a few hours, and the player can also complete the game in the order the player wants to. The player can also complete the game in a few hours, and the player can also complete the game in the order the player wants to.
- Fast-paced and challenging gameplay
- Graphics are bright and animated
- Controls are simple and easy to learn
- The game is free on the App Store
- Limited replayability
- Levels are short
- There is no music
- There are no high scores to beat