Modern Toss game: Escape From Planet Sneeze
Modern Toss character Sneezeman is the unlikely hero of a new iPhone game app in which players must sneeze their way through no less than 60 levels to escape an ever-following pollen cloud...
Players of Sneezeman: Escape from Planet Sneeze, developed by Sensei Games, must guide the hapless hero across five themed worlds and through over 60 levels whilst using various modes of transport and avoiding an assortment of baddies including zombies, ghosts, rats, aliens and robots.
The object of the game? To help Sneezeman collect pils vital to controlling his incessant sneezing and enable him to make it to the each level exit in the best possible time.
Here's a demo video:
Sneezeman: Escape from Planet Sneeze is priced at 69p and promises future updates with more levels, more vehicles and, of course, more sneezes.
More info here.
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