Free Game: Cube Runner is free on IndieGala


IndieGala is giving away FREE DRM-free downloads of Cube Runner, a 3d action platformer where you must resist the gravity, switch dimensions in the right moment and survive as long as you can.

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ABOUT THE GAME:

Cube Runner is a 3d action platformer that’s simple to learn, exciting to play, and deep enough to challenge even the greatest gamers.
This fast paced game is soul crushing, but compelling and addictive. Enjoy the blistering speed and brutal physicality, hurtle forward and master the moves. In Cube Runner, reflexes and timing are the key.
Prepare for impossible challenges and push your skills to the limit. Dodge the obstacles, destroy them and advance through the game.
Resist the gravity, switch dimensions in the right moment and survive as long as you can.

Why choose Cube Runner?
– Fast-paced and simple core gameplay
– Variety of levels
– Competitive, challenging and exciting
– Perfectly balanced and fun to play with friends
– Achievements and rewards

Cube Runner (Steam version) has Very Positive user reviews and it usually costs $10.99

HOW TO GET THIS GAME FOR FREE:

Just head over to IndieGala Store and select “add to your library”. Note that you must be logged in to do this. After you add it to your library you can download it from this page.

This is a DRM-free copy, which means you can download it, back it up and keep it forever without needing any clients such as Steam or Epic Games Store.

Game downloads are available for Window PC.


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