Ratchet and Clank: BTN

It appears that Google Play contains just a few genres of apps and that this is especially true for the free applications published there. One of these genres is runner games and Ratchet and Clank: BTN is one of the latest representatives of this genre.

Once you download and run this free game you will realize that it has been created with a lot of thought. It comes with 3D graphics right from the start and the gameplay has been enriched by various options and items that you can purchase and later upgrade so there’s a strategy that you must devise and later follow. As to the game itself you are a cat that slides using some future technology and the goal is to advance as much as possible while collecting bolts and killing enemies. You must be careful though as a single mistake will ruin your level and you will have to start anew.

A peculiarity of the game is that it has ties to Sony Entertainment and it can be related to Sony’s PlayStation 3 gaming console if you have one.

If you are interested in Ratchet and Clank: BTN you can find the game here on Google Play.

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