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Jun 2, 2009 | 3:25 PM EDT

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The sequel to Run Soldier Run arrives and it delivers a frantic action experience, you will need nerves of steel and the reflexes of a cheetah to help Bobby survive the huge, relentless air attacks.

Luckily your not alone...Aided by a Battle Copter you are given a fools hope of going the distance. Intercept air attacks with its powerful machine gun to make Bobby's path that little less daunting.

Run Bobby Run sees a huge step up in action levels and the gauntlet thrown down is far more challenging than its predecessor (Run Soldier Run - /portal/view/439070). If you've got what it takes to get over 50,000 points, we'd be delighted to hear from you, the attacks eventually become almost impossible to avoid!

Game Controls:

* Run left and right - Keyboard Arrows or A & D
* Jump - Up Arrow or W Key
* Fire Battle Copter - Left Mouse Button
* Disembark from Missile - Left Mouse Button



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars June 3, 2009

Great game!

The music is good and the action is exciting.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars June 2, 2009


Nice graphic/music, the game is fast and easy.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars June 2, 2009


I enjoyed the frantic action of "Run bobby Run"

This game was brought to life by the great animaations style of the backround, the helicopter, and bobby himself. The double control scheme realy brought this game to life by making it even more frantic, puting tension on the gamer. Though there is not much of story, and the enimies may get a bit repetitive, This game is a good quick game to play. Very frantic, and awesome gameplay value.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars June 2, 2009

very epic fighting

i liked it, very epic, animation and images are good and its nice


Rated 4 / 5 stars June 2, 2009

Interesting concept

This game is a fairly good balance of difficulty and innovation. A little more explanation as to what exactly you control would be useful. I didnt realize I didnt move the battlecopter. Having said that, I havent beaten the game, but one life with no powerups makes this more of a survival game than an arcade run n gun. Not sure how long the game is but if it is longer, would be nice to see either multiple lives or health drops at some point, since the game does eventually increase in difficulty.

Aside from that, I thought everything else was well done. I liked the variety and consistancy of attacks, it felt challenging to play, just wish I had survived a little longer to enjoy it. The music I also enjoyed, seemed to fit the atmosphere very nicely.

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