The premise of Running Fred is nothing new. In fact you may have come across a similar concept in other Android games before, notably hits like Temple Run. Essentially, the game is about Fred, who has to navigate his way through different trails, all with increasing difficulty, as he leaps over challenges, earns points, and overcomes traps. The sequel to the equally popular Falling Fred, Running Fred utilizes the same elements and style that have made its prequel a smash hit. In RunningFred, you take full control of Fred as he struggles to remain alive and still be part of the living. Similar to Falling Fred, there is a lot of over the top gore in Running Fred -- something that lends a hint of excitement and fun as you level up in the game. There are three game modes that you can choose from: Adventure, Challenge, and Endless Survival. Adventure mode is best for players who are just starting out and who would like to have a feel of the game. Challenge mode is a little trickier, with greater difficulty level and more traps to deal with. Endless Survival, on the other hand, is the most exciting mode, allowing you to make full use of the game's features as you keep Fred from dying. One of the main draws of Running Fred is the dynamics of the game itself. Each trail presents unique traps that your character should combat.