Rugby: Hard Runner is a level-based game where the aim is to score a try without getting tackled and without having the ball taken from you.
Run, dodge, pass the ball at the right time, or even use an up-and-under kick to get through tough areas.
But above all, pay attention to the remaining time: the referee will not allow any errors!

The lower levels allow you to get used to the controls and decide on a strategy, while the pace gradually intensifies with more complex levels.
It's always when you're about to score a try that an opponent or an obstacle stops you, so concentrate and push forward!
Analyse the strengths and weaknesses of each opposing team to advance through the levels.
How high can you score?

Concentration, fast reflexes and precision will be needed to beat the different levels and become the best "hard runner" in rugby.

In-app purchases allow you to get immediate access to all teams.

What’s New

Version 1.3

iOS 15 compatibility

Ratings and Reviews

2.6 out of 5
21 Ratings

21 Ratings

gambit666 ,

No save function

Has all the right ingredients but there’s no save so I have to start over at the beginning every time.

Sledder dad ,

Play once and throw away

The people who made this game clearly cared little about rugby and all about money. You have a limited number of balls for the whole game and if you fail 5 times, you need to start all the way over, going through the gruellingly slow paced tutorial level(s!!!). That is, unless you pay for unlimited balls. But still if, like me, you ran out at level 17 that doesn't exactly alleviate the pain of going through those first levels. Not even a classic rugby keg stand would ease that burden. The "team" layout is all well and good, unlocking new teams as you go through levels. Though I'll admit which teams they have shows just how little the developers care about rugby, including Germany, Russia, and the USA as playable teams, but not Wales, Ireland, or Scotland. Half of the teams in the biggest sports tournament in the world (in terms of attendance it surpasses the FIFA World Cup) seems short sighted. Of course for real world currency you can pay to play as the powerhouse teams. Though $2 seems a lot for a simple skins pack that frankly defeats the whole purpose of playing the game-- that is to say the only unlockables ARE the skins. At least give the teams some sort of statistical advantage. I get it. It's a free app and Rugby isn't exactly the MOST popular sport in the world. It's a fun enough way to waste a couple minutes. But if you mess up even a handful of times, as is easy to do with the clunky mechanics, you're more likely to end up deleting the app than wading through that dull tutorial again.

JenLa74 ,


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