Crash Bandicoot: On The Run has dropped early on iOS devices and we have everything you need to know about Crash and Coco's latest world-saving adventure!
Release & Price
Although Crash Bandicoot: On The Run was originally slated for a March 26th release, King has decided to launch their new Endless Runner early! Wumpa Wumpa!
The new Crash Bandicoot game is now available on all iOS devices. If you're an Android user, though, you might have to wait as it is currently not accessible on Android devices.
It could be sticking to the original launch date on that platform though and launch on March 25th.
Crash Bandicoot: On The Run is currently free to play on iOS devices and we expect it to be free on Android Devices too. There are in-app purchases though, as you'd expect, so watch out for them.
How To Download
If you want to download Crash Bandicoot: On The Run, it's pretty straight-forward on iOS devices.
All you need to do is open the App Store and either head to the Games Tab or the Search Tab and look for Crash Bandicoot.
This is the only Crash Bandicoot game on iOS at the moment so a simple search for "Crash Bandicoot" will reveal it at the top of the list.
Then, you click "GET" and it will prompt you to download the game as usual.
As it stands, it clocks in at just over 247MB in size. This might grow as it gets updated, but it shouldn't take up too much space.
Crash Bandicoot: On The Run isn't anything too new, but it does do what it's trying to do very well.
How To Play
Like any Endless Runner mobile game, the core mechanics of Crash Bandicoot: On The Run are grounded in swiping and tapping.
You can swipe across three lanes of running and defeat enemies via jumping and spinning like in a standard Crash Bandicoot title.
The only difference is, Crash Bandicoot is always running forward in On The Run due to the nature of the title.
There is also a base-building mechanic involved in Crash Bandicoot: On The Run and this is also fairly standard to mobile games of a similar genre.
Levels & More
Crash Bandicoot: On The Run is promising over 100 hours of gameplay to its' players on top of the replayability factor Crash Bandicoot games often have.
There will be 12 lands for players to explore and over 50 bosses to face throughout!
Crash and Coco are on a mission to save the Crash Multiverse from Cortex's evil deeds and this promises to be the "Crashiest Crash game ever"!