I never understood gamers who find pleasure in runners on iPhone or iPad: a minimum of actions, no load on the brain, just solid instincts. This is if we talk about the classic representatives of the genre. Today we are testing an attempt by Ruvix to cross a classic runner and a three-dimensional action game – Parkour Spy Ninja: Kour Free Runner. The first thing that catches your eye after starting the game is that there is no graphics. There is a hint of three-dimensionality, but the textures and the surrounding game world look dull. There is no need to talk about the detailing of objects and game characters at all, if the game were released at the end of the 90s, it would be guaranteed success, but in 2014, with such a picture, gamers can only be disappointed. Ok, the graphics, although important, are not always an indicator of quality, developers can be forgiven for a poor-quality shell, but only on one condition, if the gameplay of the game is not just fun, but exciting. Unfortunately, Parkour Spy Ninja does not shine with this indicator either: the gameplay is monotonous, the game does not catch a single drop. All you have to do is swipe across the screen iPhone or iPad to the right, left, up and down, oh yes, there is also a tap when you need to inflict crushing hit. The goal in Parkour Spy Ninja is to run a specific section of the path by skirting, jumping or crawling under obstacles while collecting gold coins. It is very boring to play such parkour, one hand and minimal concentration is enough to go through the first few levels and be completely disappointed in the game. A certain variety is introduced by head-on collisions with obstacles, as well as at the wrong time hitting opponents, as a result of which the game will have to start either anew or from the point of contact, if you have in-game currency (coins) in stock. If there is no opportunity to continue moving from the point of falling from the roof or hitting a wall or other obstacle (there are no coins), there is exit 2: either start the level again, or fork out to buy currency, but for real money. I would like to summarize my own impression of playing Parkour Spy Ninja: Kour Free Runner. Not only do you get any graphics with boring gameplay for almost RUB 318, but there are also in-game purchases. I got the strong impression that the guys from Ruvix are either too greedy or overestimate their development tenfold. If you received the game as a gift, you can launch it once and see for yourself that the above is true, but I’m afraid to recommend that you spend a lot of money to buy the game. I want to run, in App Store there are much more worthy runners in the face of Temple Run, Agent Dash and Sonic Dash.