FFX Runner

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FFX Runner Instructions

FFX Runner is controlled by using the keyboard. The left and right arrow keys are used to steer your car while the up and down arrow keys drive forward and backward respectively. The spacebar is used to brake.

FFX Runner Walkthrough

FFX Runner is a straightforward 3D Shockwave car game. This driving game features simple controls, excellent graphics, and exhilarating gameplay!

In FFX Runner, your goal is to escape enemies who are chasing you and trying to run you off of the road. No backstory is given as to why you are being chased, but you are here for action-packed gameplay, not storylines, right? Well, you won't be disappointed by this car game, because it has lots of action! Playing FFX Runner is almost like playing through a chase scene in an action movie. Unfortunately, you cannot use any weapons, but the gameplay is thrilling nonetheless!

The controls of FFX Runner are simple. The left and right arrow keys are used to steer your car while the up and down arrow keys drive your car forward and backward. The spacebar is used to brake. The P key pauses the game. Unfortunately, there is no key to mute the sound of this racing game (it gets very loud at times).

In order to beat FFX Runner, you will have to keep an eye on your fuel level (indicated by the bar in the upper-left corner of the screen) and your car's health (indicated by the bar in the upper-right corner of the screen). If either of these bars are depleted, the game will end. In order to replenish your fuel or health levels, you can pick up powerups scattered about the world of this driving game. Blue orbs with wrenches repair your car, while blue orbs with the "FFX" symbol replenish your fuel. Collecting powerups will also improve your score at the end of the game.

FFX Runner is a wild ride that fans of driving games are sure to enjoy! This game has great 3D graphics, but it can still be enjoyed on lower-end computers! If you decide to sneak in a gaming break at school or in the office, just be sure to mute your speakers!