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Drew Mitchell's Runnin' Rugby

$0.99
iPhone / iPad
Genres:
  • Sports
  • Games
  • Action
  • Sports
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You must help International rugby player, Drew Mitchell tackle the gorilla props, side-step beefy flankers and tiny scrumhalves oppositions players and avoid a grizzly dislocated ankle!



Obtain the highest score with a perfect kick and catch on the full, pick up bonus footballs, flame boosts and valuable jersey and cap points. Collect all the bonuses for a perfect score to share with other competitors.



Be careful of those forwards, they want to injure you! Those little scrumhalves aren't your friends either. You definitely want to avoid the pot-bellied loosehead prop! 

If they knock you out, the medical team will be on field to carry you off on the Cart of Death. Avoid this at all costs.


**New**
- Hilarious narration by Drew Mitchell
- Easily share your result on Game Center, Facebook and Twitter
- 72 levels to play


**Highlights**
- Classic joystick running control
- Developed with Drew Mitchell
- Obtain a perfect score per level for online Game Centre Trophies and Leaderboards
- Score bonus points by collecting seagulls, caps and jerseys.
- Tweet and Facebook your progress
- Never makes friends with the forwards
- Avoid the Cart of Death and the medical team at all costs

**Acclaim**
#1 iPad app - Sports - UK
#1 iPad app - Sports - AU
#1 iPhone app - Sports - UK
#1 iPad app - Sports - AU

**Quotes**
Drew Mitchell: "As I was recuperating from my ankle injury earlier this year, I was involved in making my first gaming app. Once getting over the memory of the sight of my ankle, I thought why not document it in a way where I could have a laugh about it but more importantly, others could as well."

Stephen Fry: "My Australian business partner in all things digital, Andrew Sampson, has betrayed all that is holy and created a tongue-in-cheek game app for Australian international rugby player, Drew Mitchell. Of course, I am fiercely loyal to England and hope for a victory in New Zealand this autumn.