Run or Die by Team Flow

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About this game

Run or Die is a fast paced Endless Runner game that focuses on movement based abilities (and a huge Ion Cannon)! Players must make decisions in the blink of an eye and react quickly in order to run and jump through a hazardous city environment where every run is different! Can you make it and keep running to reach the Lab to save Flow?

Warning: Run or Die is not a casual running game!!!!

• Tight, customizable controls
• The R.O.D Suit which gives you access to 5 different Abilities
• 3 Playable Characters (Including a cute cat. Or is it a dog?)
• Over 170 handcrafted maps
• Day & Night Cycle
• Endless Mode
• Daily Runs in which players from all over the world compete running through the exact same city layout and have one shot a day to grab the highest score
•Training Mode, hone your skills to prepare for the run
• Challenge Mode, collect all the Intel and reach the goal
• Online Highscores to compare your score with the rest of the world. Running with Friends!
• Retro Pixel Art crafted with love
• Music by Vidboy & Lifeformed
• A quick restart button (trust us, you will love that one)
• No Internet connection required to play!
• Optimized for Tablets with customizable button size!

P.S.: Run or Die is only available in English, but there are no refined English skills required to understand and enjoy the game.
Updated on
Aug 19, 2023

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642 reviews
A Google user
September 17, 2018
I'm tickled to have run in to another highly difficult platformer(-esque) game that Lifeformed had his hand in. Though on a serious note, I really do like this game. It took a bit of time for it to stick with me, as well as some fiddling with the controls, but when it clicked it clicked strong. It does have its issues though: Some of the obstacles are not as visible as they really should be, and I find myself running in to things I believed were background decoration. Also, I dig the 90s cyberpunk Anime as filtered through an Western artist from the mid 2000s as filtered through an artist from the current year. If that doesn't make sense don't worry about it.
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Damian Luna
May 27, 2020
I love this game, it's very addicting and difficult, but satisfying to play when you learn to not die. My one issue is that a lot of obstacles seem to blend in to the background, for example, sometimes I fail to notice the upcoming lasers and die to them, as well as the yellow striped blocks, they just blend in to the background too much with the yellow crane sometimes. I wish there was a option to make obstacles stand out more, like with outlines or to make the more pronounced.
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March 25, 2022
Excellent game and pretty much the best runner I've ever played (I'm yet to try Canabalt). I love the art, the music, the background story and setting, and most importantly the gameplay is what you'd expect from the likes of Super Meat Boy and Dustforce. My only issues are nitpicks at this point. In rare cases for example, you can lose to obstacles blending with the environment and background.
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Team Flow
April 5, 2022
Hi Ali, thank you! You really have to try Canabalt, it is superb. Fun fact: The composer of Dustforce also worked on the Run or Die Soundtrack! Regarding the nitpick: You are right on that, there may or may not come an update at some point trying to alleviate that issue.