Bit.Trip Runner is the fourth installment of the Bit.Trip series. Runner features over 50 levels. The gameplay involves players controlling Commander Video and making him jump, slide, kick, and more through various obstacles in his path. The special guest band Anamanaguchi provides menu and credits music. Though it has over 50 levels, breaking the 3 level norm of the last games, these levels are divided evenly amongst 3 zones, which each have their own distinct background and musical feel; each zone houses twelve levels, including a boss level. For every level (except boss levels) there is a retro challenge awarded should the player collect all gold bars in the normal level. Each retro challenge is harder than the normal level and usually has more gold bars. The perfect completion of a retro challenge will award players with an exclamation point beside the stage and the word "PERFECT" beside the score in the scoreboard, but only if they have done everything "extra" (i.e., jumping on top of springboards that they do not need to in order to finish) in the level beforehand. Bit.Trip Runner won the 2011 Independent Games Festival (IGF) Excellence in Visual Arts award.
PC System Analysis For BIT.TRIP RUNNER Requirements
BIT.TRIP RUNNER requires at least a Radeon HD 2400 Pro or GeForce 8200 to meet recommended requirements running on high graphics setting, with 1080p resolution. This hardware should achieve 60FPS. 512 MB will also be needed to achieve the BIT.TRIP RUNNER rec specs and get 60FPS. Make sure your GPU can run DirectX 9 or BIT.TRIP RUNNER won’t run. We suggest a 11 year old PC to play smoothly.