Super City Run is a brand new video-game for PJ Masks and is available to download now on Amazon, Apple and Android devices for £2.29. The game offers young players a PJ Masks themed challenge.
If you have not heard of PJ Masks, it revolves around three six year olds, Connor, Amaya, and Greg, who lead relatively normal lives by day. They are neighbours, classmates, and friends. However, at night, they become Catboy, Owlette, and Gekko, and fight crime as the superhero team PJ Masks. They get together to go on adventures, defeat villains, solve mysteries, and learn valuable lessons.
In this Super City Run app, players must traverse each level as quick as they can, while collecting totems and toy power-ups and defeating the villains from the show. The story is based around the same concept of the show itself. Those pesky villains have been up to mischief again and have stolen lots of things from around the city.
Now you can choose one of your favourite heroes out of these three and start your adventure through the PJ Masks maze style city. You then have to race around the city and park collecting the missing items from bicycles to the Rock of All Power! You also have to watch out for the traps they might have set and their pesky sidekicks – avoid Romeo’s Robot, Luna Girl’s moths and Night Ninja’s sticky splats. If you spot a villain, don’t forget to run after them! Then collect the golden amulets that unlock your character’s special power, which will help you along the way! When a large obstacle blocks your way, choose another PJ Masks hero and use their super power to help you get past the obstacle. The PJ Masks are always stronger as a team.
There are no adverts or in-app purchases in the app. Ms C was very excited when she saw this game. She has seen a few vloggers play this on YouTube and was very keen to play it. It is very easy to play by younger children and the app keeps track of progress in a number of different ways.
Disclosure: We received the free code to download the game for the purposes of writing this review, however all thoughts and opinions remain our own. Images used with permission.