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Temple Run | 4.4 ⭐️ | Free with IAP | 47MB |
> The addictive mega-hit Temple Run is now out for Android! All your friends are playing it - can you beat their high scores?! You've stolen the cursed idol from the temple, and now you have to ...
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it's a mobile game
Android Studio is for making a brand new app, I think.
You just wanna install an app like Temple Run, or Reddit is Fun, or Spotify?
It's tiring to see things like this.
I dont mean to rant here, more to educate because I pretty much have to do so in order to find videogames that are playable.
What you mean when you say roguelite is "arcade."
Look at Jetpack Joyride.
Look at Temple Run
Look at Atic Atac
Look at Oregon Trail
Look at Gaunlet
Look at Age of Zombies
Those all have the same gameplay loop you're referring to when you say "roguelite" yet not one of those games(or in the case of gauntlet, series) is a "roguelite."
"Roguelite" was a term initially devised to refer to "metaprogress laden roguelikes" like the Mystery Dungeon games.
>They're Roguelites. If you're familiar with the genre and looking for a challenge look past, but they're good for new players and those that may enjoy the genre but don't consider the "die, restart" nature of it appealing.
~Glal, penny arcade 2009.
The trouble with calling things like this roguelites is that it's a non-functional call-back to the game Rogue that people keep mistaking for roguelike. It's gotten to the point that people are now arguing that many modern arcade games are now "traditional roguelikes" when they're not roguelikes to begin with!
This is particularly problematic when you're half-blind, one armed and turn based genres like real roguelikes/roguelites are the totality of what you can play. Please call your game anything but a roguelike/roguelite. It'll go a long, long way in preserving the wealth of disabled-accessible games that genuine Rogue likes are.
Here's a mod that let's you do just that: