Fast Like A Fox

The treasures of the Golden Fox tribe have been stolen

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Niv DrorHiring@nivo0o0 · Words @ProductHunt & @AngelList
One of the most funnest (and fastest) games out right now 🏃💨
Sanem AvcilHunter@sanemavcil · Augmented & Virtual Reality Influencer
DESCRIPTION: Fast like a Fox uses your device’s internal sensors to detect movement. Learn the tapping technique to have the best precision. The treasures of the Golden Fox tribe have been stolen by mysterious minions. You are chosen to return them to their rightful owners. Control the Fox by tapping the back of your device and dash through exciting and challenging worlds. Rush your way through cloud temple, snow-covered valleys, mountain tops, fiery caves, subways and city highways await you! Find all coins, emeralds and diamonds while breaking time records to get the best score. Those who have the skill and reflexes will beat the challenging Final Run and unlock a secret character with special power! Remember, learn to control your fingers… and be Fast like a Fox. NOTE: If you feel that the Fox does not run properly, try to tap at different spots or turn the device the other way around, for example on tablet devices. Cases may affect the playability. Features: - Innovative tapping control – easy to play, hard to master! - Fun and fast platformer with lots of replay value - Unlock everything by playing! - Collect all coins, emeralds and diamonds – be as fast as you can! - Go on an adventure through challenging worlds - Upbeat soundtrack - Cool geometry and vector based graphics inspired by retro console games - Share your score with a screenshot with your friends! - Who will get the best score? Race to the top of the Leaderboard! Fast like a Fox is developed by WayBefore Ltd. and published by Fingersoft Ltd.
eamonncarey@eamonncarey · Early stage investor.
One of the best games I've played since Granny Smith. Really fast. Really simple. Nicely addictive. The ads are handled well and aren't obstructive or annoying. They've done a great job with this game. Also, as a fan of so many 90s/00s games where furious button bashing was the order of the day, this reminded me a lot of painful finger muscles and the fun associated with them...