Endless Runner - Smart TV Game

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Content rating
Everyone
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About this game

Endless Runner is a colorful and interesting jumping 3D platformer game. Provides great fun onto your Smart TV and Android TV Box (No Gamepad Required)

Enjoy this infinite 3D jumping game featuring challenging and colorful 3D platformer worlds to conquer and various very stylish teenage characters to play with.

Avoid AI driven enemies by jumping above moving obstacles at the right time, in the right direction. Enemy damage increases as you progress further along the game.

Compete against your friends onto your Smart TV to see who collects the most points and survive longer playing this fun and easy to play Smart TV Game.

ğŸŽ® Game Features: ğŸŽ®

▶ A lot of cute 3D characters ✨

▶ Collect points to increase your shooting range ✨

▶ Easy to play, hard to master ✨

▶ Smooth and responsive mobile controls. Can also be played with Smart TV Box Remote Controls. ✨

▶ Infinite beautiful 3D levels with thousands of color palettes combinations to explore. ✨

▶ Astonishing graphics / Dynamic visual effects ✨

▶ Play against various enemies of different sizes and strength. ✨

▶ Simple TV Remote buttons controls. No special device is required to play this 3D game onto your Smart TV or Android TV Box. ✨

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Updated on
Oct 23, 2022

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