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Published on July 3rd, 2015 | by Craig Forshey


Climb A Colossus In Mayan Endurance Runner Kukulkan Rush

One of the more interesting games to sneak in under the radar last year is a fascinating Mayan themed physics runner called Kukulkan Rush that brings to mind what would happen if there were ever to be a mobile version of Shadow Of The Colossus. This arcade style runner from indie developer Baktun Games tasks players with riding the head of a giant Mayan snake deity for as long as possible without getting accidentally eaten, snatched up by a bird, or being blown off the humongous reptile’s back by the strong winds encountered at higher altitudes. In order to ride Kukulkan’s head players will first need to climb his back by tapping rapidly when the coast is clear and hanging on for dear life whenever it decides to do a barrel roll for funsies. This is easier said than done however due to the flying snake’s propensity to dip up and down in the air and send players flying either forward or backward at high speed if they’re not careful. If you like tap heavy arcade games and are in the mood for something a little different give Kukulkan Rush a try.

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