Defeat Professor E. Vil & His Doomsday Machine
AgentDroid | pixelclash
Defeat Professor E. Vil & His Doomsday Machine in 007-inspired Agent, Run!
In Agent, Run!, players take on the role of square-jawed, stylish Agent Robert Robertson in order to defeat the villainous Professor E. Vil and his horrific “Doomsday Machine”—which has the potential to end the world as we know it. The game includes all the staples of the Connery-era Bond flicks as obstacles: shark tanks, irradiated rooms, mustache-equipped bad guys, menacing guard dogs, falling logs, and much more.
Agent, Run! is a fast-paced 2D endless runner with sharp gesture-based controls and a unique look. Swiping the screen allows players to destroy drones, open doors and even freeze (!) sharks. The game also includes cool unlockable gadgets such as a Hazmat suit, bazooka, and zipline. (See Key Features below for more.) Finally, the soundtrack punches above its weight with a sly mix of jazzy beats and ‘60s electric guitar sounds.
“We decided to create Agent, Run! as an homage to the best Bond films of all time—and we knew that an endless runner would be a perfect match,” says Matthias Maschek. “The world of the game also pokes fun at those films. We’ve got bad guys with 1970s-era moustaches and a hedge trimmer as a gadget!” concludes Wolfgang Knecht.
- Charming graphics reminiscent of classic James Bond films
- More than 60 missions and 9 different achievements
- 4 levels with randomly-generated challenges:
- Endless/non-endless modes
- 24 interactive objects
- 8 gadgets:
- Hedge trimmer
- Freeze ray
- Hazmat Suit
- No ads!
- Online leaderboards (Google Play Game Services, Game Center)
- Agent ranks and cloud saves (Android-only)
- Supports English, German, and Spanish
Agent, Run! is free and comes with Level 1 unlocked. The three remaining levels can be unlocked for $2.99.
About the Developers
Agent, Run! was created by Matthias Maschek (AgentDroid) and Wolfgang Knecht (pixelclash) hailing from Vienna, Austria. To learn more, please visit http://www.agentdroid.com/ and http://www.wolfgang-knecht.com/.