SoGood Review | Red Falcon Run – Indie Online Game
September 23, 2016 | Dean Clark
Game developer Tim Murosky has created his first game with his company team called Mabus Games, LLC. The game is called Red Falcon Run. With both a free practice mode and a prize-based Tournament mode, this game is a fun challenge! Only on PC, Mac and Linux, but click HERE to check it out.
The game is a bird’s eye view style game with a basic goal. It has challenging game play and even a short comic drawn story. The controls are fast paced, but easy to get a handle on after a few practice rounds. Even outside of the Tournament idea, the game itself is fun to just simply see how long you can last and how high you can get your score!
I recommend this game to all players looking for their next challenge and who enjoy setting personal goals, only to surpass them beyond expectations, earning yourself a pat on the back.
After the initial tournament tokens received during the sign up are used, the tournaments have an entry fee. All registered players get 1 free credit, or 2 free credits per tournament cycle, and then you can purchase more for $2 per 8 credits and the total prize is $50 or more! Before you enter the tournament, you can practice as much as you would like for free! You only get one try per credit, but there is no limit to credit use.
*There are rules and limitations. Please review the rules before entering tournament.*
Check out the game footage:
This game is like running out of peanut butter, but then finding nutella.
Find the game here: Red Falcon Run