Run the Joint

Run the Joint

Run the Joint is a game that is all about running as you can see in the title but this time you will have two characters to take care of, which adds an entirely new dimension to the genre.

The game allows you to command two inmates who are chained to each other and the goal is to guide them to freedom. Just like many other games of the same kind Run the Joint has numerous levels to complete and various obstacles on the way but you will also be able to collect goodies such as power-ups and gold coins while playing. The obstacles that you will encounter can be overcome with jumping so this is good too. This is the place where you will encounter another unique feature of the game – you will have to make both characters jump at a specific time in order to overcome obstacles but this is done in an easy way – the left half of the display makes the left character (in the form of a prison iron ball) jump, while the right half does the same for the human character on the right. So it turns out that Run the Joint is a game of perfect timing and when you mess up the jumping you fall down and fail the level.

The game will not treat you with 3D graphics but even then Run the Joint is a game worth looking at. The app has great new features, addictive gameplay and tons of fun to offer at no cost so not playing it would be a mistake, especially if you are into fun runner games.

Run the Joint is here on Google Play.

Related posts

Samsung presents Galaxy Alpha smartphone

Samsung presents Galaxy Alpha smartphone

The eagerly expected and rumored Samsung Galaxy Alpha smartphone has been officially unveiled by Samsung at a special event. The new Samsung product comes with an exceptionally thin and light chassis that measures 132.4 x 65.5 x 6.7 mm (total weight 114 grams) and sports a high-quality metal...

Samsung unveils SD850 corporate class monitors

Samsung unveils SD850 corporate class monitors

Samsung has officially presented a new corporate-class line of monitors that carries the SD850 brand name. The line currently consists of two models that are known as S27D850 and S32D850. As the brand names suggests the first model comes with a 27-inch PLS display and offers 350 cd/m2 of...

Google ends Chrome support for Windows XP and Windows Vista

Google ends Chrome support for Windows XP and Windows Vista

Google, the developer of the popular web browser Chrome, has announced plans to end support for both Windows XP and Windows Vista. This should not be surprising – Windows XP came out in 2001, while Vista debuted in January 2007 and currently just 11 per cent and 2 per cent of people...

Leave a comment