Fast like a Fox

Fast like a Fox

Fast like a Fox is a runner game that comes with a unique feature that we haven’t seen before. Want to find out what it is? Then read on!

The game takes you to times unknown when the treasures of the fox tribe get stolen by unknown evil forces. It is up to you to catch them and find out why they took your valued items. To do this you will have to cover numerous levels as quickly as possible while playing as a fox. This means you will be running a lot, which makes the game a runner game. But running is performed in a really unique way – you will be tapping the back of your Android device to make the fox run, while touching the display will make her jump. Interesting, isn’t it? Then while running you will collect golden coins, jewels and other similar valuables that will bring you points. You will also be jumping a lot so try not to fall in holes or in precipices that you will encounter. This makes the levels short but full of adrenaline since everything will be flying around you. Fast like a Fox does not, however, come with 3D graphics or other fancy features but, according to us, this is not a negative.

Fast like a Fox deserves high scores for both its gameplay and innovative way of commanding the fox you will be playing with. The app is both simple and addictive and promises you will have a great time with it.

Fast like a Fox is here on Google Play.

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