Platform-type arcade-type platformer from independent developers of Sluggerfly. Ben and Ed is a three-dimensional runner with cartoon styling, an unusual storyline, and a dynamic gameplay. All this is decorated in a good-natured comedy style and will suit both children and those who are older. Ready for adventure? It remains to download Ben and Ed from our site and begin the passage of this arcade runner.
The protagonist Ed was only recently an ordinary athlete, his last achievement was the victory at the Candy Marathon – she was given a silver medal and Ed died in a few minutes from a heart attack – the joy of victory was stronger than the load during the marathon. For some time his body peacefully rotting in the field no one could find. It is not known exactly what happened with Ed, but he became a zombie. A few more days passed in aimless wanderings around the neighborhood until it was noticed by another protagonist, a boy named Ben. Ben is an ordinary schoolboy, although he did not deserve much popularity at school, he does not have any friends, but Ben does not really care about it. He had long had the habit of sticking around in various ruins and ruins looking at local gloomy landscapes. Finding Ed, he decides to take care of his new friend and finds the meat of animals for feeding this unusual zombie. Everything goes perfectly until the main antagonist, Hans Schumacher, learns of what happened.
Hans Schumacher is the owner of his own show, a rich and ruthless businessman is rich in creating recreational activities. They distract the attention of the population from their numerous problems. empty and lifeless game world for a time ceases to excite them, which is only in the hands of the authorities. After learning about the unusual zombie Hans decides to organize another show, which no one before him did. If the project takes off, it will have a huge rating due to its unusualness, and it is impossible to miss such a chance. Hans’ plan is simple, to steal Ben and wait until the zombie Ed does not claim to save his friend. He will not have to wait long.
By itself, the gameplay is pretty standard, over dozens of levels you are looking for ways to overcome various obstacles, avoid traps and try to survive in every possible way. Though it does not make much sense, Ed has long been dead and new injuries are unlikely to change anything. At the same time, you need to reach the goal in a relatively efficient state. What cannot you do for such an honorable task as saving friends from the clutches of a dangerous villain?