Free Run – It’s New York

Free Run – It’s New York

Freerunning is a relatively new social phenomenon in which practitioners try to express themselves by avoiding or going through limits of movement. This often includes jumping and rolling from dangerous places with all risks included.

Free Run – It’s New York is a game that will let you practice freerunning right at home. You are put in the shoes of some guy who runs around and tries to find a red beacon, which guarantees the successful end of the level and then moving to the next one. In order to make this experience more realistic the game uses 3D graphics but your movements are limited to two – jumping and then jumping again while rolling your body. The time you have is limited at 5 minutes so the game also requires you to think quickly and efficiently in order to successfully complete a level. This is pretty much everything we can say about this one but as a whole this game is a good app.

You can take a look at Free Run – It’s New York here on Google Play. Go ahead – the application is free.

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