[FREE][GAME][4.1+]Chicken Run 2 : An adventure ascape

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  1. michelle johnson

    michelle johnson New Member

    Aug 14, 2017
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    Run or get eaten! A speedy little chicken needs to escape the clutches of a terrifying Grizzly butcher in chicken Run!


    Chicken Run 2 : An adventure Escape is a FREE game with addictive and exhilarating arcade gameplay. Help the cute chicken as he runs, jumps and whirls through the underbrush to outrun and outmaneuver the fearsome Grizzly animals in this high-octane chase!

    Lost in foreign lands
    You are a cute little chicken escaped from the butcher and escaped into a strange forest. Eyeing you suspiciously is a grizzly animals, and he's looking super funny. Suddenly the animals lunges at you - run, Chicken Run! It’s a jungle out there but with enough speed you might be able to get away!
    Run for your life!
    Enjoy this exciting, fast-paced running game featuring an incredibly cute and cuddly chicken. Make the fluffy chicken run, jump, slide and glide to safety. Use your reflexes to control the chicken’s movements and keep him out of the bear’s jaws. Are you up for the challenge? Find out in this action-packed runner!
    How to play:

    Touch your screen to jump. Timing is important!
    Collect as many eggs as you can – you’ll need them for energy
    One touch control makes so easy to play
    1. One touch 2D platformer run game makes the game playable for any age. Even a small kid can easily play.
    2. Want to check the surprise of 4 different worlds with 24 different stages.
    3. Have more than 80 different enemies.
    4. Have eggs and hearts powerups.
    5. Have background music and sound effect make gameplay realistic.
    6. Support SD card installation.
    7. Simple and playable for all including kids.

    DOWNLOAD LINK : https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=stem.chicken.run.two

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