Runouw is known for their games, and here is where you will find everything you need to know about them. As students of video game design, they are generating small tech demos and game demos occasionally, and when the time comes, they put their collective might into a full game. We all wait for those days with barely restrained glee, and it is a day of celebration on the forums, let me tell you.
So, without further ado, a full listing of Runouw's creations, with links to all the info you will ever need for them.
Runouw's Main Games
|Last Legacy Info: Wiki Page - Original Site Page - New Site|
|Last Legacy Level Portal: Wiki Page - Original Runouw.com Portal - New Site Portal|
|Guides: Last Legacy Play Guide - Last Legacy Level Design Guide|
Last Legacy is the latest game from Runouw. Focusing on the adventures of a mage who can alter the level around him, this is actually a series of games, with two chapters released thus far. It is hosted on all the major portals, and is the biggest fully original game Runouw has made. As a result, Runouw has decided to create a completely separate site for it, and the attached level portals.
Super Mario 63
|Super Mario 63 Info: Wiki Page - Site Page|
|Super Mario 63 Level Portal: Wiki Page - Site Portal|
|Guides: Super Mario 63 Play Guide - Super Mario 63 Level Design Guide|
Super Mario 63 is the game that really put Runouw on the map. A flawless original fan-art, SM63 is absolutely worthy of being considered a full fledged Mario game worthy of Miyamoto himself. With great control, tons of levels, and a deep Level Designer, this game has it all and more. Most of the people who found the forums came through the link in this game, and we still get a dribble of new users from it even as a C&D from Nintendo removed it from the major portals. The internet is forever, after all...
GT and the Evil Factory
|GT and the Evil Factory Info: Wiki Page - Site Page|
|Guides: GT and the Evil Factory Play Guide|
One of Runouw's unsung heroes is the little gem called GT and the Evil Factory. This action puzzler is chock-full of charm, and handles like a dream. Challenge the evil Lord Foreman and free your robot brethren. Check it out!