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  • Summary: Only 24 hours remain between now and the apocalypse! You have one mission: save as many innocents as possible before the clock ticks down to the zero hour. Battle missiles, mutants, aliens and a world that is literally falling apart around you. This, apocalyptic, endless runner takes that countdown beyond the in-game narrative and, every 24 hours, leaderboards reset in the real world! So, you really do only have 24 hours to save them all! • Play the compelling STORY MODE or jump straight to the action with ENDLESS MODE • Use special powers like VORTEX to rescue survivors from spaceships or BULLET TIME to slow the action down • Master the FLIGHT and unleash the hero inside! • Compete ACROSS THE GLOBE to save the entire population in each 24 hour period • UNIVERSAL - Looks amazing on iPhone 5, iPhone, iPad and iPod touchFor the latest deals and offers on all Chillingo games visit Collapse
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  1. Positive: 1 out of 6
  2. Negative: 0 out of 6
  1. Nov 1, 2012
    Don't let its unpolished look fool you--you can't save everyone, but Save Them All is still tons of fun.
  2. Oct 19, 2012
    This is a game great in theory, and smashing nukes with bare fists is never not just exceptionally awesome, but it only goes so far to raise the quality of the experience.
  3. Oct 24, 2012
    Save Them All has some neat ideas that at times become too ambitious. It tries to combine the arcade action running found in Don't Run With a Plasma Sword, and the skill based patient running of Canabalt. When it works it is brilliant, but too often a cluttered screen with too much going on, and a hero that melts into the background hindering the brilliance.
  4. Oct 29, 2012
    The lackluster story mode isn't a deal breaker, as this isn't a game style that really lends itself to storytelling, but neither is it a particularly strong selling point.
  5. Oct 19, 2012
    If you really want another runner in your life (and, critically, you've already purchased and exhausted Polara), there's no reason you won't get a dollar's worth of fun out of Save Them All. Just don't expect a revolution in the genre that goes behind the time-limit gimmick, and do expect the occasional moment of frustration.
  6. Oct 26, 2012
    It doesn't reinvent the endless-runner genre, but it's a good, low-investment game perfect for those obsessed with chasing leaderboard scores.