Cartoon Sprint Lite2: Added Hurdles

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# TOP 100 Paid Apps in Games in Japan (Full version)# TOP 100 Paid Apps in Games > Racing and Sports in Feb, 2010(Full version)<<< Full Version (Cartoon Sprint: Added Hurdles) >>># Games - 100m, 200m and 400m Sprint games. - 100m, 200m and 400m Hurdles games.# Feature - 3 Players creates. (you can to use a name) - Player grow up and ability grow up. - You can to set a growth. (4 kind of ability) - Final round can to connect online which is ranking system to get a best 7 data. This data set a CPU. - It's consist of Local, Country, World round. (more buttons and more fast appears a button lights. - Support a Best Record in the World and Country. (show 100 list) - You can challenge a best world record. - Race of kind following gets a different Exp.<<< Lite Version >>># Feature (Lite 1.0) - Just 100m Sprint game. - Just 100m Hurdles game. - 1 Players creates. (you can to use a name) - Player grow up and ability grow up. (until age 21) - You can to set a growth. (4 kind of ability) - Final round can to connect online which is ranking system to get a best 7 data. This data set a CPU. - It's consist of Local, Country, World round. (more buttons and more fast appears a button lights. - Support a Best Record in the World and Country. (Just Show)# Game Play - Setting a growth of your players. - You just click buttons in game when lights buttons. (together click a left, right side buttons) - Fast click is fast running of your player. - To important set a growth setting. - In Hurdles game, you can to jump when just a touch in screen without buttons.# Review site (support link in Goldfish Homepage) * English - http://www.slapapp.com/cartoon-sprint * Japanese - http://www.appbank.net/2010/02/23/iphone-application/95788.php * Korean - http://ipodart.net/551
License Free
File Size 2.67 MB
Version Lite2 1.0
Operating System iOS
System Requirements Compatible with iPhone and iPod touch., Requires iPhone OS 2.2.1 or later., iTunes account required
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