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  • Summary: Grudger puts his life on the line for the morally ambiguous strangers he calls his customers. He's a lowlife free runner in a dangerous steampunk world and he always delivers the goods.

    There is no life bar in this puzzle-runner hybrid; only the sound of crushed bones. Run, jump, roll,
    Grudger puts his life on the line for the morally ambiguous strangers he calls his customers. He's a lowlife free runner in a dangerous steampunk world and he always delivers the goods.

    There is no life bar in this puzzle-runner hybrid; only the sound of crushed bones. Run, jump, roll, slide and bounce off walls to proceed. Use your environment to master all thirty levels in this acrobatic adventure.
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  1. Feb 21, 2013
    60
    Grudger is a decent title that could have been even better. It’s fun, challenging, and has a nice bit of replay ability due to the aluminum scavenger hunt and survival mode. And with 30 levels spread across two worlds (with the promise of more to come), there’s enough content to justify a purchase.
  2. Feb 27, 2013
    50
    Grudger is an auto runner that lacks some heart, as well as quality controls.
  3. Feb 23, 2013
    30
    Grudger isn’t the fun experience I had expected from a game following the formula from Mirror´s Edge. A lack of personality turns what should be a cool steampunk future into a bland run through what looks like an industrial area in the mid eighties.

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