Endless Runner games are a dime-a-dozen on tablets, and they’re basically working under the same principles when it comes to gameplay – your character runs automatically on a seemingly endless path, and your job is to either steer or make them jump in order to avoid obstacles and collect items/power-ups.
The main pull of the games, and the reason why they’re still extremely popular to this day, is that they can be applied to just about any IP – from Pixar’s Brave to the Minions, to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and even original ones. Now, it’s One Piece’s turn as Tony Tony Chopper gets his own version called One Piece Running Chopper: Chopper and the Island of Bonds.
Aside from the sleek visuals and the effective use of Chopper, the game does what you’d expect from an endless runner game. The best part is that Chopper has a transformation gauge, which is filled up over time and lets him transform into various forms that he can use to attack or evade enemies in the way. You can check out the screenies below:
One Piece Running Chopper can be purchased from the Apple Store and Google Play store for ¥170/$1.75.