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Run for Your Life (Windows)

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Run for Your Life presents The DarkVomit Portfolio of Kelly Hutchison's oil paintings made between 1998 and 2009 as an interactive art gallery with first-person shooter gameplay. The game is the sequel to The Virtual World of Dark Vomit, where a similar idea was explored incorporating her art. Previously, the galleries were also offered as non-interactive CGI movies with a similar style. This game is a short 3D shooter where all of the rooms are decorated with paintings by the artist. While walking around, it is possible to collect weapons such as a machinegun, a shotgun and grenades, and engage different enemies. To access one of the final rooms, a key needs to be found. Movement is controlled through the keyboard while the mouse is used to look around and shoot.

This title is not to be confused with the Windows Vista version of the game, using the same name, as it has a completely different environment, new enemies and weapons.

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Run for Your Life Windows Main menu
Run for Your Life Windows One of these contains a message from the artist
Run for Your Life Windows The art style fits the general environment of the game.
Run for Your Life Windows The future of Wal-Mart is envisioned here.

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Plné Hry Jun 09, 2009 78 out of 100 78

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Sciere (269140) added Run for Your Life (Windows) on Jun 13, 2009