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9. Chaser


The aim of Chaser is to catch a small stick man who is running away from you through a black, grassy world of randomly placed trees, rocks and bushes.

Starting off slowly, you soon build up speed by collecting coins which your prey hurls around. The brilliant thing which really makes this game so much fun to play is the music which builds itself up and the feeling of sheer speed once your score gets to around 1000 points. Colliding with a rock or tree will send your little guy spinning and you'll have to start again. Chaser is a must-play.


Name: Chaser
Developer: Connor Carpenter
Platform: Windows
Size: 1.65 MB

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