Talking Tom Gold Run Review, Gameplay, Pros / Cons and Video
The never-ending run style
is here again , and this time it is by the name of Talking Tom. That`s right. We will be talking about Talking Tom Gold Run published and developed by Outfit7 Limited. This is a strange game for me. I mean the style well known and we all know such games as Subway Surfers. But this time in the “Talking Tom” version we have some new and interesting things that you need to try if you like such type of games.
Talking Tom Gold Run is not something new as I said above. The principle is simple – You will have to run on the streets of a city. There are three lanes with different obstacles. The choices to avoid them are three – duck, jump or go around them. On the way, you will collect some gold and these are the points that you are collecting in order to unlock many cool features. But we will talk about them in a minute.
The plot of Talking Tom Gold Run
is something to talk about. I have noticed that in all Talking Tom games there are some villains. And these bad guys are the raccoons. A raccoon has robbed a bank and it is running with a bag of gold. Your goal is to capture it. The only thing that you need to do is to follow the trail of gold. There are some checkpoints so don’t be discouraged.
Let’s talk about power-ups
As in any other never-ending runner, you will be able to collect some power-ups on the way. In the case of Talking Tom Gold Run, you will get a magnet – to collect all the gold on the screen, a helmet – that will allow you to hit an abject without dying, and a jet plane – with it m you will travel a great distance and reach the checkpoint faster.
Let`s sum it up
Talking Tom Gold Run is a nice game, in my opinion. The gameplay is simple and clean. What makes this game different from the other of this genre? The style and the dynamic. A favorite part of mine is when the little Tom, looks back and give you a wink, or shows you a thumbs up. It is nice it makes you smile. Talking Tom Gold Run is free to play and could be downloaded from both Google Play Store and Apple App Stores. Google Play StoreApple App Store