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Every played the prop hunt games? Most players hide themselves as an object, with a seeker trying to pick them out. Run Prop, Run! plans to offer up another unique take on it. In development by PlayTogether Studio who previously released Mad Experiments: Escape Room.

While the basic idea is the same, it's been adjusted to have a bit more to it. There's some platforming involved and a few special skills too, like props having an ability of shooting out a cloud of smoke to confuse the seeker. Different phases of each game too with props hiding, trying to escape and then becoming an extra hunter.

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It's not just enough to spot a player, the hunters actually need to capture them. The hunter seekers are, amusingly, a big hopping gun and you need to hit them with it and stay around them for three seconds for the capture. With everything having googly-eyes stuck to it, I have to say it looks truly hilarious.

Overall it really does sound like a fun and unique twist on prop hunting thanks to the platforming, skills and capture system. Looking forward to seeing the full thing.

You can wishlist / follow on Steam, and gather a few friends together to try the demo. The developer mentioned there's no time limit on the demo, it's staying up for the foreseeable future.

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Rooster Feb 11, 2021
Played it. It has potential. If I was the developer behind this, I would make it free to play and sell custom skins. That's what Fall Guys should have done imo.
joni909 Feb 13, 2021
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