Quick Look: Carrot Mania Pirates is a new adaptation of the classic arcade game Lode Runner. This version features a bunny in search of his stolen carrots who must traverse a variety of mazes to collect them all.
The objective of the game is to collect all of your carrots as well as treasure, both hidden and in plain site while avoiding the pirates and crabs that are chasing you. You move your rabbit by using the L/R arrow keys on your remote, even though you are a rabbit you cannot jump over your adversaries, so avoid contact with them at all cost. However, being a rabbit you are adept at digging, so you can dig holes (in the sand only) using the OK key and your pursuers will fall into them. The pirates will follow you once they find you, the crabs will not chase you to different levels.
Every move costs you one "point" so you will need to collect as many items as possible: Carrots = 50 points, Red Diamonds = 50 points, Pearl Necklace = 75 points, Treasure Chest = 100 points, jumps cost you 1 point.
The game starts you out with three lives and you can earn extra lives with bonuses. There are 2 playing modes - Challenge and Adventure. The challenge seems a bit more difficult and the adventure provides you with game tips as you proceed.
The game moves much slower than the original Lode Runner but is still fun to play. Games are periodically interrupted by commercials between levels. There are basic playing instructions available and your "achievements" are recorded
Below are a few screenshots from the channel.
-- Information is current as of April 10, 2019
Roku Channel Store Description: The most popular Carrot Mania game ever! You are a cute little rabbit being chased by angry foxes and scorpions. Collect carrots, diamonds, pearl necklaces and more as you journey your way through 100 levels.
Collect carrots, diamonds, pearl necklaces and chests
Journey your way through 100 awesome levels
This is the retro classic lode runner you can’t put down!
CHANNEL STORE CATEGORY: Games
DEVELOPER: TransGaming Interactive Limited