Relic Rush

Relic Rush


Silver Award Winner from Pocket Gamer!

Relic Rush is an addictive adventure game. Use one touch controls to help our fearless hero navigate dangers as he collects the idols. Explore exotic locations like jungles and deserts as you race against the clock. Can you collect them all?

- Beautiful Pixel Art
- Easy One Touch Controls
- Over 100 Levels to explore and navigate
- Original Chiptune Soundtrack
- 5 Unique Worlds to Adventure through
- Retro Sounds
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$0.99
80
4.0
User ratings
58
Installs
500+
Concerns
1
File size
12533 kb
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About Relic Rush
Silver Award Winner from Pocket Gamer!

Relic Rush is an addictive adventure game. Use one touch controls to help our fearless hero navigate dangers as he collects the idols. Explore exotic locations like jungles and deserts as you race against the clock. Can you collect them all?

- Beautiful Pixel Art
- Easy One Touch Controls
- Over 100 Levels to explore and navigate
- Original Chiptune Soundtrack
- 5 Unique Worlds to Adventure through
- Retro Sounds

User reviews of Relic Rush
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jan 13, 2015
Love it The best little time waster yet
A Google User
Dec 18, 2014
8 Bit Trip I initially reviewed this basic runner with less stars. I decided to replay with my eight year old and we had hours of fun earning diamond rank on each level. The gameplay is one touch, which stops the character from running. The simplistic gameplay is actually quite challenging and the graphics, while early NES era, are charming and match the level design. No Google Game services are offered, no rewards can be earned,and the four worlds lack variety. Easy to complete, difficult to diamond. Keep it! Thanks
A Google User
Aug 10, 2014
One touch indie Loved the music and pixel perfect graphics. None of this faux pixel style. Great design.
A Google User
Jul 7, 2014
I bot this game because its awesome
A Google User
Apr 27, 2014
Was excited, but... ...won't start and gives a black screen, just as others have said. -LG Optimus L9. - UPDATE: I got a new phone, and now the game works fine. It's a pretty rad 8-bit style game and was worth the wait (which feels like a year). I love the retro graphics and sounds. -Samsung Note 3
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