Running Circles

Running Circles

When you have some free time and you need a casual game that can help you kill it you may want to take a look at Running Circles – a game that you will either like or hate.

As always Running Circles is a free game for Android that you can download from Google Play with no problems. It is around 25 MB in size, which means it will be on your device quickly and with no problems at that. In addition when you take the size of the game into account you will see that you can’t expect much out of Running Circles.

Indeed the game offers just simple 2D graphics and sound that is okay at best. It apparently wants to make money for its developers in other ways as well and that’s why it shows ads too. Moreover some in-game content is paid so expect to be looking for your wallet if you want to play the game in Easy mode, for example. We can’t say this adds value to the game but these features are there and that’s it.

The actual gameplay is simple as well – you are in command of a creature that runs on top or inside circles that you can see on the display of your Android device. You have to tap the display exactly at the right moment for the creature to jump on the circle that sits next to the circle you are coming from. In addition there are various treasures to collect as well as enemies to avoid – and they can kill you!

Unfortunately for some players Running Circles will prove to be too difficult. The game is very demanding and you will find yourself dying more often than previously expected. In some way Running Circles is one of these games that can drive you mad after playing for 5 minutes so as you can see this is not an app for everyone. Apart from this, though, the game is a nice effort and will bring fun and good moments to people who like such games but if you are not one of them, then keep on looking for a another game to spend time with.

Running Circles is here on Google Play.

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