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Ace Run

Ace Run
  • Publisher: EzMoBo
  • Genre: Arcade
  • Released: 13 Jan, 2011
  • Size: 18.0 MB
  • Price: FREE!
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Method: Push, accelerate, destroy, death

Ace Run Basic Gameplay

The characters of Ace Run are usually in one of 3 statuses
The basic control method of the game is swiping to push the characters forward. Pushing accumulates energy as speed, and when obstacles are topped with more speed, the damage from crashing is reduced.

Normal Status: Characters in this status suffer the most damage when running into obstacles. The faster the speed the less damage a character takes.

Charge Hit: Characters in this status receive a bonus in damage reduction to further reduce damage taken upon hitting obstacles.

Crazy Mode: When you meet requirements in charge hit mode, the character will enter crazy mode! At this point the player can stop swiping, but maintaining charge hit requirements will further reduce the damage taken by the character.

Ace Run Characters

1. Zombie
This is your average character. He achieves charge hit mode easily and has a good crazy mode, but once the frenzy is over he enters a temporary state in which he is powerless.
Once living the harsh life of a salary man, he one day heard a mysterious voice which urged him to run. Once he began running, he found that his body began to slowly rot.

2. Mosaic Undead No.1
Although his basic attributes are very low and he does not have a crazy mode, his speed easily increases. He requires no skill when running. Just push him hard and he will perform.
He’s Zombie’s friend, and for undisclosed reasons he doesn’t want any exposure so God granted his wishes and “decorated” him a little.

3. Santa Claus
Slow in speed, Santa Claus makes up for his shortcomings by having a crazy mode that ends without losing too much speed. Due to respect for our elders, on specific days, Santa will drop outrageously awesome equipment.
This kind old man spends each year running to the ends of the earth doling out presents and is what you would call the original express deliveryman! There’s nothing to it, so just watch him run.

4. Frankenstein Quarterback
Although his starting speed is terrible and his acceleration is painfully difficult, Frankenstein Quarterback’s awesome stamina and staying power in crazy mode still makes him a formidable character.
He is one of the strongmen of the monster world who has recently taken a liking to American Football. Obviously, there’s not much out there that can stand in his way.

More characters coming in future updates!

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What's New in Version 1.1

- Added the Frankenstein Quarterback character to celebrate the NFL Playoffs and Superbowl!!!
- Added new equipment
- UI fixes
- Game balance adjustments
- Added new Openfeint achievements and two new leaderboards
- Gamecenter support added


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