It's Game On At The T-Mobile Website Today
It's Game On At The T-Mobile Website Today


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While browsing the T-Mobile website today I noticed something was different.  I don't know how long it has been different, but there is now a game available there for you to play.

The goal of the game appears to be to run and jump over as many objects as you can all without crashing into one.  As soon as you crash into one you die.

The more items you jump over, the more points you accumulate.  I played for a bit on my desktop accumulating over 6000 points before I crashed and burned.  With my monitor it was a bit dizzying to play as objects blurred across my screen.  On my phone it was a bit better as my LeEco Le Pro 3 seemed a bit more equipped to handle the motion.

I'm not sure why the game is on T-Mobile's website or how long it will even be available to play.   I'm also not sure if the person in the game is supposed to represent anyone in particular.  From the looks of it I'm thinking it's John Legere who from his Twitter posts appears to like to run.  Of course, if you are going to make a game around your brand, why not feature your CEO in it?  John Legere, is that you?

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If you are looking for something to do today to kill some time, give the game a try.  You'll have to scroll down to the bottom of your screen to play it.

See how quickly you can beat my score.  I'm not really a gamer, so I imagine most of you out there that are, should be able to do it pretty quickly!

Sources: T-Mobile

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