Crash Bandicoot: On the Run! Wiki

Crash Bandicoot: On the Run! Wiki

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  • Category: Games
  • Last Updated: 2021-07-27
  • New version: 1.70.70
  • File size: 809.30 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later. and Android 4.4. KitKat or later

Crash Bandicoot: On the Run!


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Crash Bandicoot: On the Run! is an iPhone and Android Games App, made by King. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - King, with the latest current version being 1.70.70 which was officially released on 2021-07-27. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 57080 Reviews on the Apple App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4.7 out of a possible 5 stars.

Video Manual: How to Use the Crash Bandicoot: On the Run! App

How does it Work?

Join Crash Bandicoot and his sister Coco on a mission to save the multiverse!

Think fast to keep Crash and Coco running, jumping, spinning and smashing in lanes loaded with obstacles. Speed through mysterious lands, defeating the henchmen of Doctor Neo Cortex.

Swipe to explore wild and exotic locations. Customize Crash and Coco with N.Sane Skins, build an arsenal of stupendous weapons, and hone those running skills for rewards.

Get ready for the run of a lifetime!

- Legendary locations and infamous bosses -

A variety of running challenges await Bandicoot fans, both new and back for more!

The Wumpa Archipelago is vast, featuring classics such as Turtle Woods, Temple Ruins and The Great Gate to delight all Crash fans. Every adventure is a thrill ride, risking dangerous Sewer or Later or a dash through the perilous Snow Go Mountain.

Dr Neo Cortex has pulled from the multiverse Crash and Coco's most dangerous enemies: Nina Cortex, Dingodile, Dr N-Gin, Fake Crash & Coco plus many more old and new bosses are stealing Power Gems. It's up to Crash and Coco to stop them!

- Team up for greater rewards -

Get ready to join the best Bandicoot in the asynchronous multiplayer runs!

Teams are about playing with friends and pulling together, with bragging rights for being the best and seeing your name on the leaderboards. Who went farthest, or lasted longest? By challenging others, your Team could claim huge Trophies.

- Adventure in bold Bandicoot style -

There is more than meets the eye with incredible skins available to unlock.

The classic Crash Bandicoot and Coco are yours from the start, plus Punk skins to make a statement. As you explore the multiverse, you'll unlock skins that give extra Trophies, bonuses, modifiers and even an Aku Aku Mask!

- Unlock new lands to explore -

Choose where to take Crash or Coco running for prizes or just for fun.

Rewards offered, or enemies faced, influence choices of Skins and weapons to take running with you. Islands pose varied challenges with multiple routes and lanes weaving to-and-fro, above and below. The resources to collect depend on the path you take, so choose wisely.

- Perfect that aim, boost your game -

When it comes to boss battles, Crash and Coco make weapons to take ’em down!

Serums to sloosh Frosty Ant Drone out of his lane. Bombs that rattle Nitro Crab in his shell. It takes a Ray Gun AND Bazooka to humiliate Nitro Neo Cortex.

- Build and upgrade your bandicoot base -

Help Coco to develop her Wumpa Island HQ.

Coco or Crash go on-the-run to comb Wumpa Island for resources. Parts are used to build high-tech labs where weapons get made, such as Nitro Bombs and Frosty Ray Guns.

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Instagram: @CrashOnTheRun

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Crash Bandicoot: On the Run! is completely free to play but some optional in-game items will require payment.

You must be connected to the Internet to access the game.

The download of this app is only a partial download of the game. Additional content will be installed upon opening the app.

You can turn off the payment feature by disabling in-app purchases in your device’s settings.

Easily sync the game between devices and access full game features when connected to the internet.

Do not sell my data: King shares your personal information with advertising partners to personalize ads. Learn more at If you wish to exercise your Do Not Sell My Data rights, you can do so by contacting us via the in-game help centre or by going to

© 2021 Activision Publishing Inc. CRASH BANDICOOT: ON THE RUN!, CRASH BANDICOOT and CRASH are trademarks of Activision Publishing, Inc. KING and the KING crown logo are trademarks of Ltd.

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Top Reviews

  • By Sidney E.A

    This is pretty ‘Nsane.

    When the news broke that Crash was going to have his own game on mobile, I was excited. Then I looked at the gameplay, and thought it was a copy of Subway Surfers. But I was very wrong. The gameplay is extremely similar in terms of how you play the game. Run straight, while turning side to side along with jump, and slide. But what makes this game so unique to all the competitors that use this method, is that it’s CRASH! And no, I don’t mean the IP only makes it good, but all the perks that come with it. First of all, if anything, Subway Surfers copied of of Crash! This style of gameplay was first used in his early games and fits very well with this mobile introduction to Crash. There are boss fights, missions, skins, and even different islands which makes it completely unique. Another thing is, it’s a great time consumer. Super addicting. Music is catchy, game looks, and runs smooth, and most of all, it’s FUN! What’s a game’s purpose if it’s not fun to play and puts a smile on your face? King and Activision outdid their selves on this one. I’ve only played for a little while, but enough for me to give it a good review. Can’t wait to see what’s to offer in this game!

  • By B-Man94

    Either spend a bunch of money or wait hours to play

    The game is fun when your playing, but it’s full of systems made for you to put your money in the game. Every official level has a boss at the end of it, that can only be taken out by special weapons you craft. The thing is you have to craft the resources to make those weapons, and before you know it it takes an hour just to craft ONE of those, then the weapon itself will often take longer. The whole game just becomes about waiting for resources to respond, then waiting to turn that into weapon parts, then waiting to craft the weapon (which is only one use, you have to go through the same process every level) This could of been a great mobile game but every aspect of it was made to get as much money out of people through microtransactions, and if you don’t want to spend money, get ready to wait hours just to play a level that takes 2 minutes.

  • By _Philippus94_

    Game shutting down!

    I usually never write a review but this must be addressed.. will make it short. First of all it’s a beautiful game with tons with interaction between collection and survival runs, and much more! The bosses are different but somewhat easy to beat, however the more you advance the longer it is to get the materials in order to defeat them. I am a big fan of Crash Bandicoot and I really enjoy the game overall, which is why I’m giving 5 stars!! NOW let’s talk about survival runs!! EVERY TIME I’m playing my FIRST survival run the game just crushes. I’m running and once I reach around 250 trophies on my first run without dying, the game just shuts down. The annoying part is that I have to restart again loosing the trophies and losing one daily ticket to run!!! Doesn’t matter which character I choose, the game just dies. Im not sure if I am the only one but I hope the developers are aware and can fix this issue!!

  • By Kaden Nokes

    Fun game ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜

    This game is awesome but I do have a few suggestions to add in the game for a update in the future ok so I feel like the music for when your running should be different than the music when your changing your skin and second when you change your skin you should just hit the screen to run and not the button and that’s all. I love this game because I love crash and I love running games so this is just made for me because when I saw this game on preorder I saw it was free and so I got it and then I could not wait until the release date. You guys did a outstanding game on the game and I hope you guys can keep it up in the future. And these hearts are for the love that I put in this game when I first started playing it today ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜🖤🤍🤎❣️💕💞💓💗💖💘💝💟❤️❤️🧡💛💚💙🤎🤍🖤🖤💜❣️💕💕💞💞💓💓💗❣️💖💘💝💟❣️💜💜❤️🧡🖤🖤🤍🤍💛💚💙🤎🤎💓💞🖤💜💕💞💓💗💟💟💘💖💖💟🖤💜💜🧡🧡🧡🤍😍🥰😻 Thank you for creating a awesome game.

  • By Mischief_of_NU

    Good Fun, Good Graphics, but a Big Grind

    A Crash endless runner seems like a fantastic idea. Especially when you factor in things like jumping around, sliding, and of course spinning into boxes. And while this game most certainly accomplished that, it also added in a resource management/crafting system to not only pad out game length, but also to have Microtransactions. While this game isn’t too evil, the wait times can be atrocious if you don’t have much else to do in the day. Not on the level of say, Dungeon Keeper Mobile, but still pretty tedious. Let’s just pray King doesn’t make them worse with future updates. Other than the crafting system required to enter the main levels, the main gameplay itself is quite fun. It’s Crash on your phone, what more could you ask for? It isn’t an endless runner however, despite controlling as such, but it’s still well done. That being said, do make sure you set aside some other tasks to do if you’re going to play a quick round. Otherwise you’ll be either waiting around or pointlessly paying up.

  • By Finch Paslick

    So far so good

    I dig it so far! It’s good to see Crash getting his mobile debut! I know it’s day one and all so some things to iron out. I feel like Crash runs really slow. I know he isn’t the fastest character but it seems to take a while or feels like it takes a while to beat a level. There’s not much going on and it would nice if he ran just a tad bit faster. Also I don’t like that there is no feedback whatsoever when I do anything. Give me at least some vibration when I throw a boom berry! Doesn’t have to be intense just a small nudge is fine. Hopefully this is something that is added once it gains that traction it will gain cos it’s Crash! Enemies are also very same-y.. Crash is known for a variety of enemies in the game and I dunno how long they can hold ppl with the same like 2 enemies each world. I feel I’m only saying negative things so here’s some positive. It’s fun. It’s gonna be a great time killer even without these things. I look forward to see what’s done with it!

  • By MeekTiki

    Snooze fest

    I was sooo excited when I saw this game come up for preorder. I actually really don’t like the temple run style games but I absolutely love the crash bandicoot games and I thought for sure an IP with that much history must surely know how to make this entertaining. Boy was I wrong... I played for a solid week through the launch event just to be sure but it just gets “bang your head against the wall” repetitive and boring. The competitive mode was mildly fun and at least had stakes but the (bot) runners almost always won unless you were willing to watch 2 or more ads to keep running. I totally get the “farm stuff to make more bombs and stuff mechanic” but I could see that that was quickly going to escalate to just constantly waiting for stuff to brew just to keep playing and I just don’t need that. The last thing is, it seemed like almost every time I returned to the home screen there was some banner popping up saying buy this crap or get more of these things spend real money! Greed greed greed. And then they hit you with a subscription! For a toilet time mobile game? No thanks. Anyway, it’s not for me, but maybe it’s for you so I still gave it three stars.

  • By Ony Of Cabal

    N’sane complaints (PLEASE VIEW) updated 6-8-21

    So I WOULD have rated better stars, but there are some things that make this game painful! 1. The cool down times on the supply runs and challenges 2. Not enough crystals or supplies on the runs 3. You need to gather WAY TO MUCH to make the bigger things 4. Three spaces per elemental crafting is not enough 5. You need to have internet to play the game 6. It makes me feel like you’re pushing your players to feel the need to spend a lot of money on crystals to really advance in the game. 7. It takes way to much grinding and it’s set up in a really slow manner to do that type of grinding. 8. There are TOO MANY “coming soon” attractions that need to be added, which makes the look and feel of the game unfinished Now I’d be more than happy to change my review if you could make changes to better the experience for your players. 9. During survival runs it crashes when you get past an accumulative amount of 600+ trophy I’ve lost so many because of this! I do hope you view these, thank you.

  • By Court Jeunehomme

    Great Game, Annoying Bugs

    I absolutely love the game. As an app game, it has a lot of potential and seems easy enough to play for both younger audiences but also challenging for an older audience through other methods of play. There are many different types of runs you can go on, including competing against other runners. My biggest issue, and the reason for only giving this game three stars, is the fact that the game seems to overload itself and kick me out in the middle of important things. I’ve only been able to complete two competitive survival runs. The rest of the time, the game locks up and kicks me out. It does this more frequently now than it did in the beginning. If this issue for me was fixed, I’d completely change the review to five stars because of the great concept of a game. However, since it’s an issue causing me performance problems, I can’t rightfully give it that review as I struggle to even load in a game sometimes without it freezing up and kicking me out of the game.

  • By :$:-$:1234123443214321

    A half decent buggy mess

    Let me preface this by saying that I have gotten my fair share of enjoyment out of this game, but some issues that have come up are flat out unacceptable. As far as gameplay goes this is a pretty standard runner, though I will say that the level diversity is nice. I’ve noticed that the game doesn’t do so well when doing a lot of things quickly (jumping and spinning at the same time for example) and I can say there will be times where you just want to yeet your phone because of it. Other than that the gameplay is pretty smooth and I experience very little lag when playing (on an iPhone XR). However the real issues start with the competitive and account aspects of the game. Right now there is massive loss of trophies (competitive points) and purple crystals (premium currency) happening and from what I can tell King isn’t doing much to try and fix it, so don’t be surprised if all those trophies you grinded for magically disappear or all those crystals you’ve been saving just vanish. If I’m being honest, I’d just wait until these issues get fixed before playing the game, trust me you’re not missing out on much. It’s just another runner game that has some unique quirks but overall is still pretty average. If you don’t really care about game breaking bugs that ruin progress then have at it and play to your hearts content but if you are expecting a polished and genuinely great game this is not it and I’d wait until a patch gets released.

  • By Veronica Michelle Ochoa

    Data download seems never ending

    I was eagerly anticipating getting to play one of my favorite childhood games and was pleased after the first “intro” type level, which lasted around two minutes. It was very enjoyable, and that’s what earned this review two stars rather than just one. I understood from the onset that I would need to download additional data in order to access further levels, and I was okay with that. However, it had me download a seemingly never ending string of data packs of varying size (anywhere from 65mb to 475mb) before I could advance. Unfortunately, I ultimately wound up deleting the app because I got frustrated. Again, I understand that by nature, this type of game requires large, additional downloads. But I feel that they can be better distributed, or at least can inform the user of how much data needs to be downloaded in total before advancing to the next level. Had I known what percentage I had already downloaded, perhaps I would have considered completing the remaining downloads. But since I didn’t have this information and didn’t know how many more downloads were left, I preferred to let it go and delete the app altogether, which is disappointing.

  • By Pinkypie008

    Needs fixing and better design

    If you’re playing casually then it should not be any problem. However if you’re playing competitive on the survival runs, beware. There are major problems with higher speeds that crash the game or if you’re lucky just clip through the ground. I’ve ran into two different times where the game just closed on me, loosing trophies. It’s clear that the game wasn’t made for speeds greater than 1.8 as that’s where mushrooms have zero hit box and certain maps like bear it don’t load and you have no choice but to watch bots and yourself drop into the void. Now the main design problem I have with the game is with the top side. Turtle woods and Dino might have tree brushes that completely obscure your vision, forcing you to drop and risk falling into a hazard. Bear it has platforms that clip through the cave arches that may as well be a wall. Didn’t realize it was a solid object, thought it’s more of a visual. If there is any way that King can thoroughly go through the game and troubleshoot it and hopefully fix it I will gladly move the rating to 5. I’m a huge crash bandicoot fan and this game has a great concept especially in competitive.

  • By UnevenM14

    Worst boss fight

    I just battled frosty N. Gin for the weekly season boss and boy let me tell you. HE’S BROKEN. And I’m not saying he’s difficult my first try got him down to 1 health. But since the map isn’t for ever and loops with a narrow path you have to take N.Gin takes that path too. However instead of realigning him self in the center he’s on the right side so his double ground slam attack is impossible to dodge like seriously. I can’t move to the center because his spikes are in the center I can’t move to the right even though theoretically his attack should be off the map it’s still on the right lane so I just run into and die. Like seriously I can’t beat him when the map repeats and he gets thrown off center. It’s basically you have to beat him before that or else to bad you’re dead watch and ad, pay gems, or lose all your steps. So you had me but this is it I’ve been fair with it given fair review for all the other boss fights and all the other bugs but this. this is something so dumb and broken that is no doubt going to make players mad. So fix your game I’m not buying any more passes or skins until I fee you’ve earned it. Don’t care if there’s a cool coco skin I’m not sinking money into a bugged out game.

  • By Cr7yusuf18

    Don’t like this game

    This game is not as amazing as I thought it would be. First of all, I like the concept. It’s a pretty cool concept. The only problem is that it is waayy too easy. It’s also extremely slow. I would appreciate it if the speed gradually increased as the game progresses. I also feel like there are too many things going on at once. You have to make the serum, get the ingredients for the serum, etc. It’s pretty overwhelming. I also think the concept kind of gets boring at some point. It all the same thing. Run until you see the henchmen. Throw the serum at the henchmen, then repeat that same process again for multiple times until you defeat all of the henchmen. Then you move on to the boss. I didn’t think this was extremely challenging. It was actually pretty easy to defeat the boss. And this game is not an endless runner. An endless runner would run forever. The goal of an endless runner is to beat the high score. In this game you stop after beating the henchmen or the boss. I honestly think this game should have a free running mode where you can actually compete to beat your own high score. This game could use some tweaks.

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