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Package: com.nekki.vector2

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Vector 2 features intense gameplay with procedurally generated environment and lifelike animations in a dystopian world.

RUN FOR YOUR LIFE
Descend through a huge and complex research facility and try to get out alive – over and over again.

GEAR UP
There's no good run without good equipment! Try out experimental high-tech gear that will help you survive a little longer and discover ways to upgrade it.

ADD STYLE TO YOUR SKILL
Learn stunts to dodge deadly traps – and do it in the most badass way ever possible.
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Vector 2 1.1.1 APK for Android 4.1+

Version 1.1.1 for Android 4.1+
Update on 2019-09-13
Installs 50.000.000++
File size 100.997.725 bytes
Permissions view permissions
What's new fixed occasional bug with incorrect beginning of chapter 2

FAQs

  • What is the story of vector 2?
    Legacy. The game received a 2016 sequel titled Vector 2 that continues the storyline of the original. The protagonist from the first installment was eventually captured by security forces, but, instead of killing him, the antagonists decide to use his skills to test some new equipment in a secret research facility.
  • Can we play vector 2 offline?
    Now, Vector 2 presents the same with a modern concept. This time, you get high-tech gears and a steep track to run on. It is a worthy sequel to the previous adding sci-fi approach to the game. Undoubtedly, our favorite pick while considering the free offline Android games in the Endless Running category.
  • Will there be a vector 3 game?
    Since the release of Vector 1 and 2 and the Shadow Fight Trilogy, there has no been a single teaser or official intel on the release of Vector 3 by Nekki. Fans of the Vector franchise have been patiently waiting for some good news about Vector 3 but the future looks bleak.
  • Is Vector still on the app store?
    Popular vector-based design app Sketch is leaving the App Store in order to move back to a direct-selling model. The developer announced the move on its official blog this morning. This isn't the first time developers are complaining about the state of the App Store on the Mac.

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