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The fourth in its series. Flood Runner 4 is bigger and better than ever before. Run jump and glide, while avoiding obstacles.

There is an auto upgrade feature. The more you play the more you unlock and the more things you can do.

There are 30 levels of upgrading all of which is automated. The more experience you earn the more levels you will unlock. You will unlock dragons, panthers and more.

**Game Updated: 4 Aug 2012
Controls default to Keyboard now.
The scuba gear works underwater with a mouse. Character follows mouse cursor and exits underwater.
The combo keys that were being hidden was from the plants. The keys combos now appear over bugs and land.

**Game Update: 6 Aug 2012
In-game lag should be reduced. Key Combos are fixed for the plant.

*If you still lag, you can change quality from the Title Screen.
Lag seems to be happening mostly with the Newgrounds version. Players in Kongregate and other sites don't have so many lag complaints. We are looking into it.

Reviews


ivanhoeintightsivanhoeintights

Rated 0 / 5 stars August 17, 2012

Flood Runner 3 was SO much better. It was actually possible to get somewhere on the first level, and was simpler to navigate. This takes away from the skill of the game, and forces you to wait for levels. Really? What kind of avoidance platformer has LEVELS. Flood Runner used to be about skill, not how long you've played/how much you've unlocked. Flood Runner used to stand out in the crowd. Thanks a lot, you've ruined the series.



Brood-ForceBrood-Force

Rated 3 / 5 stars August 17, 2012

I liked Flood Runner 2 much more than 3 and this one. Not that they're not good, it's just...The simplicity of the other ones made it much more enjoyable, and it was easier to just have fun, instead of having your eyes dart up and down the screen to see what kind of random stuff is flying about the screen.


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PetronecPetronec

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars August 16, 2012

Is a separate button for attack really that much to ask for. I understand that the original two games could be operated with just the directional buttons but they didn't have hostiles. Just a thought



CrazybuttrueCrazybuttrue

Rated 4 / 5 stars August 16, 2012

this game is peaceful and nice
but it really isn't clear how you can attack enemies, ride on birds etc. A lot of things you simply don't know how to do until you accidently do it and you're like "how did I do that?"



comandantedavidcomandantedavid

Rated 4 / 5 stars August 16, 2012

What are those green boxes under the glide bar?


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