Eat and Run: Cat's Adventures is a horizontal adventure Android runner with lots of curious features that distinguish the project from the background of numerous competitors. The protagonist of the arcade is a cat named Pattin, who loves to feast on coffee with friable cookies. Once, our hero was very surprised when he opened the next morning box and did not find there favorite delicacy - at the bottom could be seen only small crumbs from the confectionery. Most likely, a fat pig with a huge knapsack behind her shoulders stole the cookie the day before, with an unclear purpose. Actually, with this question the gamer also has to be understood throughout the game process, managing the main character in the journey through different locations. The gameplay is different hardcore complexity, so the project is simply guaranteed success for a certain user audience. As control elements, several screen buttons are used, which are responsible for tackling, jumping and increasing speed. The protagonist, meanwhile, moves to the level in automatic mode, so the user can only activate the appropriate buttons in a timely manner so that Pattin safely reaches the finish line of the stage, collecting useful objects and bonuses along the way. The main task is traditional - to go the maximum distance, for which the gamer will receive a well-deserved award in the form of ringing coins. As the route passes, the protagonist can pump his level, gaining the opportunity to use new images and styles. I must say that the purchase of amplification, of course, simplifies the gameplay, but not much, because in the foreground in any case is the dexterity of the user and his ability to react instantly to changing the surrounding situation. Gradually, Pattin will be able to enlist the support of dedicated assistants who will help him pass the most difficult sections of the route.
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