, commonly referred to as Run Mobile. On mobile devices, it is referred simply as "Run," which can occasionally cause confusion with Run 1. Player 03 released run 3 on June 5, 2014, and it is constantly being updated. There are presently more than 20 playable side tunnels, 367 playable levels (including minigames), 309 published levels, and 59 levels that have not yet been released but may be included in upcoming updates. Of these, 44 levels are located in tunnels that have not yet been made available.
Space tunnels serve as the setting for Run 3. Ten playable characters are available, and they all have unique personalities and skills.
In comparison to the previous games, Run 3 adds a variety of new gameplay elements, such as crumbling tiles, ramps, darkness, and the option to re-enter a tunnel after jumping out. Power cells, an in-game currency, was also included. Characters and improvements for different game components can be purchased in the Shop using power cells. Boxes no longer appear in the midst of a tunnel, and the incentives from Run 2 are gone. The only place where floating boxes don't exist is in Bridge Building, where rings are used to push the boxes.
In Run 3, the Explore mode and Infinite mode are the two main game types. Other game features include the Shop and the Level Editor, and thousands of other levels created by other players and published using the Level Editor are also available.
On its dedicated page, Explore mode has more details available.
Run 3's Explore mode is its main draw. It includes the narrative that is presented here and on this page. Playing through Explore mode will unlock a number of characters as well as the Winter and Halloween costumes. The galaxy map of The Runner serves as the level center for Explore mode, showing all the accessible levels and tunnels.
On its dedicated page, Infinite mode has more details available.
Pre-made levels are arranged randomly in infinite mode. Your objective is to complete as many levels in a row as you can because your progress is not stored between levels. There is no way to succeed since if you go far enough, the levels repeat. Collecting power cells, the game's currency, is the main goal of Infinite mode. To purchase additional characters and costumes, spend power cells.
The levels are identifiable by their assigned ID number in the Infinite Mode Gallery, which has a comprehensive list of all Infinite Mode levels.
On the page devoted for the Shop, more details are available.
It is a game mode, after all, isn't it? Using the power cells to make purchases can be entertaining and ought to be considered a game. This allows us to buy various clothes and boxes, which may have an impact on the Explore Mode and Infinite Mode (you can increase the number of boxes in the levels). Different characters with unique, cool skills can also be unlocked.
You're able to create your own levels! In this game mode, you have the choice to test your own level and can use various tile kinds. The level editor will display your path across the level when you playtest it, letting you make even more adjustments.
You can even alter the size, type, and color of the tiles. Additionally, you may create a level set, allowing you to connect your levels together to form a tunnel!
You can publish it and give it to your friends after playtesting it!
If you play on Kongregate, you can choose from a variety of level setups. Play on levels created by others with the Level Editor!
This is enjoyable and difficult.
Level X navigation by The Angel
The plot of Run 3 is briefly described in the paragraphs that follow. You may get more details on the tale here.
The Run series' first story, conveyed primarily through cutscenes, debuted in Run 3.
After leaving the Planet to investigate the Tunnels, the aliens return to find that the Planet has vanished. While others, led by the Runner, explore for a path to a mysterious distortion in the distance, some of them, led by the Angel, search for a way back.
Run 3 included new characters and provided recurring characters more nuanced personalities in addition to having a plot. Ten playable characters are available, with the Runner serving as the default. Other characters can be acquired in the shop for varying quantities of Power Cells and can be unlocked by performing specific objectives.
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