Crash Bandicoot is a 1996 video game released for PlayStation 1. It has an average rating of 93% on Metacritic. Crash Bandicoot is a series of video games created by Andy Gavin and Jason Rubin.
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The player controls Crash Bandicoot, who is a talking bandicoot. Crash Bandicoot must travel around the world and stop his archenemy, Doctor Neo Cortex, from destroying the world. Crash has to stop the Doctor and his gang from stealing the Crystals, which are the source of the world's power. Crash has to find the Crystals, but he must do this before the Doctor finds them. Crash Bandicoot has three lives to complete the game with. Crash Bandicoot: On the run is an endless runner game with two different modes. The first is an endless runner with a boss fight at the end. There are three different difficulties to choose from but the game will automatically choose your best difficulty. You can also collect special prizes by doing tricks, collecting gems, and performing a side attack. The second mode is a boss fight. You will have to fight your way through three rounds of enemies and bosses. In order to progress through the game you will need to collect crystals and gems.
The graphics were made using 3D rendering. The graphics in Crash Bandicoot: On the run are cute and cartoony, but they are also very detailed. The backgrounds are filled with trees, bushes, and other natural items. It has a vibrant color palette and the animations are smooth.
This game can be played again by finding hidden crystals in the levels. This game is a lot of fun and it can be played over and over again. There are multiple difficulty levels so that it can be enjoyed by players of all skill levels. The graphics and gameplay are great and it is very addictive. The only downside is that the boss fights are very difficult and take a lot of practice.
Crash Bandicoot: On the run is a great game that can be played over and over again. Crash Bandicoot is an addictive and fun game that is loved by many people. The only downside is the high level of difficulty.