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My young weeb self would have bought it if they'd used this cover in the US

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Floating Runner. It's not exactly a great game, but as an early 3D platformer effort (from before Mario 64) it's pretty interesting. Feels a bit awkward especially because of the camera (it has this pseudo isometric view, but it's not a fixed camera), but it's worth playing if you enjoy early low-poly graphics with plain textures. Even with the primitive 3D graphics, the game doesn't look that bad, it has a rather dreamy, surreal feel. (unlike Bubsy3D which is a total clusterfuck)



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