Overall, Runbow is easily one of the best indie titles currently available on the Wii U, and the single best local multiplayer game I have played on the console. What really sets Runbow apart though isn’t just its multiplayer gameplay, but its plethora of modes, innovative level design, charm, and overall gaming excellence.
At its heart, Runbow is a game to break out during a big gathering, rather than play on your own. Nothing is more fun than hooking up controllers and playing with a whole bunch of your friends for a night, and Runbow offers that in spades, provided you have all the Wii Remotes and attachments at your disposal.
Ultimately, Runbow disappoints. Bowhemoth is a fun distraction. Single-player is a pretty traditional and unimaginative series of levels that only major platforming fans will maybe enjoy. And online is a hit or miss (mostly miss) collection of modes that is fun for a little while, but falls under the shadow of the Wii U’s insufficient online multiplayer ecosystem.
People who have a Wii U should buy this game. The idea of game is really bright and brilliant.
variable colors appears and block our way, and we have to handle a controller for passing a stage. It makes us feeling fun of the game. Also diverse characters are in, which are unlockable. If you have this game, you can hold a controller for several hours, I'm sure.
Great fun with other players, good platforming, tight controls and I love to play as indie icons as Shovel Knight and Juan from Guacamelee.
A real must have. Even more if you use to play with friends (I find this game much better played that way)
SummaryRunbow is a fast-paced action party game with a novel color mechanic: Up-to nine players race against each other as platforms and obstacles appear and disappear when the background changes vibrant colors.