Lode Runner 1 - an interesting Android platformer from the guys from NEXON, the protagonist of which travels through the game locations with a special blaster weapon at the edge. With the platformer genre is for sure familiar to virtually any gamer: the protagonist moves through the game levels, hoping to find a way out or performing some mission, prepared for him by the developers. In our novelty the gameplay principle is the same - the user already from the starting point of the location can see the locked door leading to a new stage, and in order to open it, it will be necessary to collect all the crystals located on the current location. And that's exactly what the user does and will have to deal with throughout the game process, except at the later levels, the complexity will increase slightly, but not enough to consider it hardcore. Without enemies, too, it was not, try not to contact them without unnecessary need, since this is a big trouble for the protagonist. But the protagonist has at his disposal a powerful argument - a blaster cannon that can even destroy some partitions on the level, which allows the character to pass the most difficult sections of the path. Levels in the application Lode Runner 1 developers have prepared for the passage of several hundred, but given the monotony of the gameplay, we doubt that one of you will pass them all - just get bored.
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