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== Gameplay ==
 
== Gameplay ==
First, the player selects the difficulty and the dragon to play as. Then the race starts against a randomly selected computer player. The player has to go forwards by repeatedly hitting left and right on the D-pad. Sometimes there are obstacles that need to be jumped over by pressing up on the D-pad. After the race is finished, the player is judged on how well they did. If they did well enough, they can play the nex
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First, the player selects the difficulty and the dragon to play as. Then the race starts against a randomly selected computer player. The player has to go forwards by repeatedly hitting left and right on the D-pad. Sometimes there are obstacles that need to be jumped over by pressing up on the D-pad. After the race is finished, the player is judged on how well they did. If they did well enough, they can play the next level. If they didn't do well enough, it's game over.
 
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== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==

Revision as of 09:17, May 2, 2016

Dragon Running
Publisher ABAB Soft, Trump Grand
Developer Hummer Team
Console Famicom
Sound engine Hummer Sound Engine
Dragon Running is an unlicensed racing game developed by Hummer Team.

Gameplay

First, the player selects the difficulty and the dragon to play as. Then the race starts against a randomly selected computer player. The player has to go forwards by repeatedly hitting left and right on the D-pad. Sometimes there are obstacles that need to be jumped over by pressing up on the D-pad. After the race is finished, the player is judged on how well they did. If they did well enough, they can play the next level. If they didn't do well enough, it's game over.

Trivia

  • The menu used to select the difficulty and the menu is nearly identical to the one used in War of Strike Mouse.
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