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Ostrich Runner is a race through eight different worlds with a lot of obstacles and lots of competition. Four secret hidden bonus levels and up to six power-ups per challenge should keep you happy and hook you too while youВ’re trying to win a race. But beware! DonВ’t run into too many closed doors or step into any buckets - and that lawn mower will make mincemeat of you! We will accept absolutely no responsibility for broken computer keyboards or for the loss of office work time!! Features: * 8 different worlds with many obstacles and rivals * 4 secret bonus levels * Up to 7 rivals in the single player challenge * Up to 6 power-ups per challenge * Split-screen fun available for 2 on one PC * Multiplayer challenges via LAN and Internet * Cell shading technology for fantastic toon-style graphics.

Download http://falcoware.com/OstrichRunner.php

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