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Mr. Run and Jump from Atari and Graphite Lab is out now

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Originally created for the Atari 2600 back in 2021 (yes, really), Mr. Run and Jump has been recreated properly for modern systems from Atari and Graphite Lab. Seems it caught Atari's eye if they wanted to team up to remake it in full. Like a lot of recent games published by Atari, it also has Native Linux support.

What is it? A very vibrant and colourful precision-platformer, one for those of you who like a good challenge. More: "Thrust into the beautiful Realms of Color, the titular Mr. Run and Jump embarks on a fast-paced, fluorescent adventure to defeat the menacing Void and rescue his missing dog, Leap. This title demands players use their wits as well as their dexterity. Mr. Run and Jump features precise controls, silky smooth gameplay, and free-flowing level design, making it a speedrunner’s dream. As the titular hero, players must run, jump, dash, and roll to hard-to-reach locations to find collectibles. Players can also adjust the difficulty level via Dynamic Assistance to enjoy a more approachable experience with the heart-pounding peril cranked down a couple of notches." — ÜberStrategist PR for Atari.

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Game Features:

  • Dozens of unique levels within six distinct, vibrant, and beautifully illustrated worlds.
  • A variety of devious enemies, each with their own attack patterns and personalities.
  • 30+ hours of gameplay including Time Trials, hard-to-reach collectibles, achievements, and more.
  • Precise controls make Mr. Run and Jump’s platforming as smooth as butter.
  • An original story of a transformed world, a devouring Void, and all the wonders of the Realms of Color.

Available to buy on Steam.

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2 comments

Chuckaluphagus Jul 25, 2023
I am not great at this type of game, but my goodness is that a beautiful aesthetic. Kudos to the developers.
slaapliedje Jul 25, 2023
Gonna have to pick this one up on the VCS. Where Native Linux games is the name of the game!
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