Temple re-run, just like in the old days
by on January 27, 2013
If you are a gamer of a certain age, then Pitfall will be well known to you. Before Temple Run jumped and slid its way on to mobile devices and Tomb Raider made temple raiding sexy, Pitfall was the game that gamers went to for a bit of ‘how’s your explorer’. Now, Pitfall has found itself on Android in freemium form – so you can play for free, but if you want power-ups and what-not then they are going to cost you.
Now, this is a bit of a bittersweet game for Android. The recent news that Atari has gone into administration means that we may never see games like Pitfall again. There is talk, however, that it is trying to change into a mobile gaming enterprise and we really hope this is true given how playable Pitfall is. Revised for a new ilk of gamer, Pitfall brings a relentless amount of gameplay which comes with just the right amount of addictiveness. The new graphics may be a bit to cute for some, but it is backed by a game that’s aged beautifully over the last 30 years.
Buy this app: Pitfall
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