QWOP is the local sporting hero of a prosperous country in the scandinavian alps. Unfortunately, it is too cold there for an outdoor track, and QWOP has come to the championships without completing his training!
You can help QWOP achieve his sporting dreams! You just need to show him how to run.
Control QWOP's legs and arms by moving your thumbs around in the diamonds on the screen. Move your thumbs in clockwise circles to make him run. Make QWOP lean forward and back by tilting your device.
And whatever you do, don't let QWOP's body touch the ground!
- Five game modes: 100m, Hurdles, Long Jump, Steeplechase, and 50km Walk!
- Hilarious physics engine.
- GameCenter leaderboards. Set a high score and challenge your friends.
Updated for 64-bit, so you can continue to play on new versions of iOS.
This was a bit of an adventure, since I haven't released an iPhone app in 5 years. If you see any issues, let me know and I'll fix them up as soon as I can.
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Fun, but just as ridiculous as the web-based original...
I haven't had any problems running this on my iPod Touch 4th gen. However, I have had problems actually running in-game :)
One could say this game is an acquired taste, but it's stupid fun.
I have only one suggestion: make a "reset" button in a corner of the screen or something, instead of just double-tapping anywhere. I end up resetting when I try and jump. Kinda disappointing.
I'd honesty give it zero stars if it would let me... let me start with this is no QWOP. Instead of you pressing the buttons Q, W, O, and P you now have to rotate TWO joysticks each with four functions for the legs that the joysticks control... the only thing that this states with QWOP honestly is the title, the motivation, and the fact that your character is apparently named QWOP. If you had a hard time using four buttons then have fun with what essentially equates to 8 and half the time you legs are very much exaggerated and don't match what they should be based on where the joystick is moved.
Use to love this game and now I love it again !!!!
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Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.