Up the Wall - although this project can be attributed to runners, but its distinctive feature is that the protagonist is to move not only on horizontal surfaces, but also on vertical surfaces, which, you will agree, is very rare for such a genre. There are a lot of protagonists in the application, moreover, they differ not only in appearance, but also in characteristics, for example, some are swift, others jump better, and still others combine both the first and second qualities. The characters are opened gradually, as the stages go by. That is, at each level, initially its protagonist, and if you successfully pass the stage, the hero will automatically be transferred to the list of available, and it can be used at any time, guided by its pros and cons. The character automatically moves around the location, which is randomly generated directly in front of it, so the user can not know in advance what awaits the hero, which is exactly the complexity of the project, but provides him with incredible replayability. Manage the character, the user will be familiar with the svaypami, but even this does not save you from frequent losses and replay levels. Up the Wall - is able to become an excellent timekiller, as the gameplay is clear, the control is intuitive, and the complexity is not prohibitive. In general, quite a good runner, able to compete on an equal footing with the best representatives of this direction.
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