A movie-themed endless runner with a few interesting gameplay elements

In a partnership with Sony Pictures, Reliance Games is releasing a new game for mobile devices based on the upcoming feature film from Will Smith, After Earth. The game, which ties in directly to the cast, plot and setting of the movie, fits well into the "infinite runner" genre made popular by games like Temple Run. Throughout the game, you're running, driving, jumping and flying along with a third-person view through levels to collect coins for as long as possible without dying. There's a complete 20-level story mode available that walks you through a complete plot and lets you unlock new levels along the way, as well as an "Infinite Mode" for additional gameplay options. The game also includes different achievements and high score tracking, as you would expect, to give the game some replay value.

The game has just gone live in the Play Store a day ahead of the movie's release here in the U.S., and can be downloaded for a mere $0.99. The graphics and gameplay look quite good, and it may just be a nice break from the other endless runner games you've been playing for a while now. You can see a quick gameplay trailer above, and can grab a download of After Earth at the Play Store link there as well.

 
There are 11 comments

RaiderWill says:

Excellent.......

Baldguy71 says:

Any one get this? Any good?

jsn204 says:

looks better than some other big movie games

might try it

thebizz says:

Hmm ok sounds fun

Lanhoj says:

Kinda reminds me of "Mirror's Edge"...looks interesting.

Cubfan says:

I hope it doesn't suck as bad as the movie.

marisdaman says:

Well that doesn't resemble Jayden Smith at all

MC_A_DOT says:

Another game that resembles Temple Run......= FAIL

Iron man 3 as well whats the point.

Says it's not compatible with my device... HTC ONE....womp womp....

Oh good... more Scientology propaganda!

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