You know what games don't have enough of these days? Censored cartoon nudity. Everyone knows it's true. Particularly in the running games category. Sure, we've got secret agents, gingers escaping death, and Pixar heroines, yet all of them are decidedly clothed. Streaker! attempts to remedy this problematic conundrum. In this adventure, you're the other man fleeing the scene from a sordid affair. Did we mention this probably isn't for kids? Because it's not.


While it's not quite as polished as games like Agent Dash, it's still very smooth and easy to play. Tilt controls are responsive and jumping, turning, and ducking are fluid. Though there is a slight pain that runs down your spine every time the entirely nude man slides on his knees over solid concrete underneath the passing trucks. Even in an exaggerated, animated world, that makes my jimmies rustle.

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Streaker! is free in the Play Store. In-app purchases obviously make an appearance, allowing you to accelerate the process of acquiring power-ups, bonuses, and yes, even an "uncensored" mode (though this is quite expensive). However, all of the in-game currency that you can buy with out-of-game monies can also be earned by doing more runs. So, it's not necessary to spend a dime, just time. There's even one in-app purchase that removes ads for $0.99, no bizarre "bucks" or "gems" scheme required. A respectable approach to IAP.

We can't say for sure how long this will remain in the Play Store, what with unlockable cartoon nudity, so you may as well grab it sooner rather than later. Unless you want to avoid explaining to your loved ones why you run through neighborhoods sans pants in your free time.

Eric Ravenscraft
Eric is a snarky technophile with a taste for the unusual. When he's not obsessing about Android, you can usually find him obsessing about movies, psychology, or the perfect energy drink. Eric weaves his own special blend of snark, satire, and comedy into all his articles.

  • onpoint G

    let me be the first to type lol

  • KB26


    is this crap

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=653761033 David Chan

      It's fun crap!!

  • neopanther

    Uh yeahhh...I'll pass.

  • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii

    Now *that* is a running game I can get behind.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1849765376 Jordan Rushing


    • DeadSOL

      Or get in front of... depending on your orientation. ;)

  • btod

    great another temple run clone to add to the already unbelievably long list

    • iTKe2k

      less is never better then more...

  • br_hermon

    "...that makes my jimmies rustle." Haha I LOL'd at this :) Nice write up Eric.

  • Deltaechoe

    best temple run ripoff ever

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=653761033 David Chan

    I am on the dev team and I have to say this review has the best use of the word "jimmies" in a review that I've ever read.

  • abbur

    I dropped the cash on Uncensored, and what you find under there is not exactly what you might expect.

    • Mister Fuzzy

      Same here, I hope that doesn't make people angry. Still, it's funny.

      • http://www.facebook.com/krisrk Kris Kenny

        What is the big deal?

  • iTKe2k

    this game is fun to play and its hilarious lol
    the only complaint i have is not being able to exit with the back button

    • tookieboy

      Android apps don't need an exit button.. if there is a need, the developer is doing it wrong. there are many articles talking about this, including stackoverflow

      • iTKe2k

        "Android apps don't need an exit button"
        what do you mean?
        when i tap on the "capacitive back button" at "main menu" in most games
        i exit the game.

        "if there is a need, the developer is doing it wrong. there are many articles talking about this, including stackoverflow"

        so what are you suggesting, tap the home button and let the application run in the background?

        because the way i close it now is by taping the home button
        task manager

        and thats pretty annoying lol

        or you miss understood what i said, and if so i meant closing app with
        hardware capacitive back button

        • someone.asdf

          If the program continues to run when you press home, the developer did do it wrong.

          While back from the main screen should return toy to the previous activity, pressing home should suspend, peferably saving it's state so Android can close it for you if it needs the resources.

  • Haejin23

    What does uncensored mode look like??