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Introduction[edit | edit source]
Tunnels are long tubes formed from tiles and boxes. Tunnels can be man-made or formed naturally by themselves. They are found in outer space, and they are initially connected to the Planet. All gameplay in the Run series takes place in tunnels.
Gameplay[edit | edit source]
There are a plethora of tunnels that form the game of Run 3, and these all house levels that can be played in game. Basically, these tunnels are areas in game which you can select and play levels.
There is the Main Tunnel, consisting of sixty-five levels, which begins at the planet. The levels inside the tunnel is named as "Level 1" to "Level 65", implying that this is the central tunnel that connects to the others. It also has several side tunnels stretching out from the tunnel. For instance, Low-power Tunnel, part 1 branches out at Level 28 in the Main Tunnel, and there are several others, such as the G-Tunnel, M-Tunnel, and L-Tunnel.
Some side tunnels playable later in the game are not connected to the main tunnel or side tunnels connected to the main tunnel, but rather floating a short distance away. These detached tunnels are believed to lead onward to the Wormhole. (Level N-1)
Gallery[edit | edit source]
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