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A one-of-a-kind re-imagining of the endless runner, Buddy & Me features unique "companionship" mechanics, beautifully painted 2D environments, cel-shaded characters, and accessible gameplay for all ages and skills.

- Never run alone again! Enjoy the constant companionship and help of Buddy.
- Adorable characters and creatures reminiscent of classic animated films.
- Never play the same game twice! Freshly assembled obstacles every time.
- Hi-resolution, gorgeous painted environments inspired by the Pacific Northwest.
- Adapts to your skill level, appropriate for all ages and experience.
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