Gamsole releases teaser video for upcoming endless runner game, Gidi Run

by | Mar 6, 2015

Gamsole has released a teaser video in anticipation of its soon-to-be-released game title, Gidi Run.

Gidi Run is a three dimensional endless runner set in Lagos, and is based the relationship between Policemen and transport workers. The comical video teaser features Musa, a truculent cop who has set up a makeshift checkpoint at which he extorts public transport workers. But he didn’t reckon on Shanko, a dare devil bus conductor that cannot be bothered to stop for even the police. The trailer also introduces Bamidele, another cantankerous cop, and Ebuka, a taxi driver.

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Gamsole is not only pushing the envelope with slick 3D graphics, but is also exploring a richer experience with unique and better developed in-game characters. Gidi Run’s characters all have distinct personalities and a rich spectrum of expressions.

The Subway Surfer and Temple Run-esque game, Gidi Run is coming soon to the Windows Phone store and Windows PC marketplace.

Watch the trailer:

http://youtube.com/watch?v=VuvyYoK5WLk

Odunayo Eweniyi
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jimbavia
jimbavia
7 years ago

Profound Skit!

Brenda
Brenda
7 years ago

The graphics are bad ass!!! I can see Shanko being my fav character already, can’t wait to play this game. Kudos Gamsole team.

Godwithus
Godwithus
7 years ago

Why is it not available on android and iOS too?

Leslie Williams
Leslie Williams
7 years ago

Honestly, the last 20 secs of the video could have been put to better use…..like showing actual game play footage.

Adewale
Adewale
Reply to  Leslie Williams
7 years ago

Hmmm, that’s true.

bondox
bondox
Reply to  Leslie Williams
7 years ago

That was what I was expecting. We watch trailers of games online and that makes you anticipate their release. As much as they tried in the graphics, showing us footage of the game would make people want to get their hands on it when it is released.

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