The Infinity is the largest spaceship ever built by mankind; flung into the void of space to secure humanity a new home amongst the stars. However, instead of discovering paradise, the inhabitants of The Infinity unlocked the door to a long forgotten nightmare.
User reviews: Mixed (92 reviews)
Release Date: Jul 14, 2014

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"A made for PC runner game, often found on mobile such as "Temple Run". Didn't think I'd like it, but the game surprised me in the best way possible."
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May 14

Latest Update - Obstacle Tweaks, Boss Fight & Bug Fixes

What's New?

Hey all! You may have noticed we recently released a small update to the game and so here's a quick list on what's new.

  • We've adjusted a lot of the obstacles to streamline the gameplay. The biggest difference you may notice is the placement of certain objects in each difficulty setting, reflecting and easy, medium or hard rating.

  • The Story Mode panel now displays information on which levels have been completed with no deaths, giving you instant feedback on your progress through the Wolf Modes.

  • The final fight sequence has been tweaked so the last QTE sequence has been removed.

  • Various other smaller bug fixes and improvements throughout the game.

    We want to thank you all for your support with the game and if you have any questions or issues with this latest update, just drop us an email at

    Wales Interactive Team

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March 30

Major Update - New Visuals, DK2 Support & Sale!

The time has come for us to release our first major update since the launch of the game. As some of you may know, Infinity Runner is making its way to next-gen consoles, which means the Steam version will have all the new features (and more) available for those builds. So read on and find out what’s new in this slick, sci-fi action runner! … UNLEASH THE BEAST!!

What’s New?

  • Upgraded Visuals – We’ve revamped the game with a new stylized look, improved texture maps at higher resolutions and enhanced post-processing effects.

  • VR Support – Here’s one you’ve all been waiting for! We’ve overhauled the Oculus Rift support and the game now features full OR DK2 Support!

  • General Improvements – We now have more streamlined gameplay with improvements to obstacles for a better flow, QTE fights feature a better difficulty curve and further improvements to the user interface, controller support and audio throughout the game.

  • Bug Fixes – Every bug (and more) that’s been logged since the initial release has been fixed along with a complete optimization pass across all areas of the game.

    To celebrate the release of this major update, we’re offering a huge 60% off the game from 30/03 for a limited time so spread the news, get your friends involved in the multiplayer mode and reach the top of the Infinity Runner scoreboard!

    If you’ve missed any of our recent announcements then don’t forget to check out our latest Soul Axiom update, which features a brand new level from Chapter Three, the Mansion. Keep an eye out, as we’ll also be unlocking the final level from Chapter Three this week!

    Thank you all for your support and we hope this update brings you what you’ve been waiting for, especially all those ready to kick things off with the Oculus Rift DK2! If you have any questions, problems or if you just want to get in touch with us then you can at

    Wales Interactive Team

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“Infinity Runner looks good, with decent graphics and a strong sci-fi visual style....the running itself is shockingly enjoyable...and surprises in how fun it can be.”
7/10 – Escapist Magazine - Jim Sterling

“Infinity Runner does a great job in maintaining its momentum as the game progresses, feeding you new hazards regularly to keep you on your toes when you least expect them.”
8/10 – The Indie Mine

“Developers Wales Interactive successfully engage with the most basic element of a gamer, fun”
8/10 – Game Smack

About This Game

The Infinity is the largest spaceship ever built by man-kind; flung into the void of space to secure humanity a new home amongst the stars. However, instead of discovering paradise, the inhabitants of The Infinity unlocked the door to a long forgotten nightmare.

Deep inside this leviathan something terrible hunts, out of myth and legend the last werewolf stalks the ship. Infinity Runner centres on a prisoner desperately trying to escape the decaying ship and the clutches of the terror within. It’s a sci-fi action running game for PC, Mac, and Linux that features 14 stunning levels, Oculus Rift support (DK1) and multi-player.

In Infinity Runner, the player controls the protagonist, the prisoner, from a first-person perspective as he is challenged to escape from the gargantuan spaceship. This is accomplished by use of techniques and movements inspired by the disciplines of parkour and mixed martial arts, the game-play conveys the players strain and physical contact with the environment whilst dealing with the constantly changing and expansive surroundings. As well as these evasive elements there’s also combat sections in the game where a dynamic targeting system is used which calls for fast reflex combinations. The game supports the latest virtual reality technology as well as having multi-player mode which enables up to 32 people to play head to head.

Even though it’s a slick action game the story is very important part of your journey, as well as being your call to action it will reveal revelations along your action packed ride. Some of the story is told at high pace but there are some slower paced transition sections at the end of each level where we develop the narrative for the player. Without giving too much away you have someone guiding you through the game who talks to you telepathically. Their role is not only to orientate you but to help unfold the story for the player as you find out who you are and why you’re on the ship.

The Oculus Rift mode literally transports you inside the Infinity spaceship to be totally immersed in the thick of the action. The game-play is designed to complement the VR mode so you get the best experience possible and it enhances the game by adding another dimension to the playing experience.

There is also another feature that transforms the game into a unique experience, the multi-player mode. This allows up to a 32 players to battle it out head to head to find out who’s the ultimate Infinity Runner.

Infinity Runner packs a lot into one super slick sci-fi action game bundle and with it re-invents the running genre!


Over 150 miles long and nearly 30 miles in diameter at its widest point, the progress of The Infinity's construction at the Tranquillity Ship yards on the Moon could clearly be seen from Earth. The revolutionary ship requires a crew of 5,000,000 people to keep it running and is designed to house another 10 million people as general population ready for the colonisation of new worlds. The Bio-domes, seen along the side of the ship, house forests that cover nearly 60,000 square miles in total, providing oxygen and a food source for the population and an environment for rest and relaxation. The greatest technological achievement can be found in the engine room, which houses the revolutionary Infinity Drive. It is vastly smaller than previous engines at a mere 10 miles long and far more powerful than traditional models which would take up to a third of the length of a starship, creating space for more brave colonists heading out into the unknown.

System Requirements

Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    • OS: XP SP2
    • Processor: 1 GHz
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: OpenGL 1.1 compatible
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB available space
    • OS: Mac OS X "Snow Leopard" 10.6 or later
    • Processor: 1 GHz
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: OpenGL 1.1 compatible
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB available space
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.4
    • Processor: 1 GHz
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: OpenGL 1.1 compatible
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB available space
Helpful customer reviews
6 of 7 people (86%) found this review helpful
5.4 hrs on record
Posted: March 20
I find this game good!, and once you grow used to the controls it can be very fast paced and exciting almost.
the werewolf is very well done and interesting the last fight i had to go through was the most panic inducing key pressing ever, having to go through trial and error.
but while I do enjoy this game greatly i do have a problem with it, one mainly being on the level where you are in the garden/forest dome. the quick time events with the guards glitched badly! always killing me instently insted of the keys even popping up giving me a chance to dodge them. so the only way i was able to "fix" this was rabidly pressing pause giving me a chance to see the keys and press them, finally getting past the level.
but i say if you like werewolves. and playing as a naked character turning into the unstopable monster, this is the game for you lol
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
114.5 hrs on record
Posted: May 18
Fun game for a little price, the obvious content if how i found it, but its fun play like an Audiosurf is why i intend to beat the game. =D And the achievements look fun :)
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
0.3 hrs on record
Posted: May 21
this game is a HOWLING good time! you're a werewolf and you run around and fight bad guys in space for infinity forever.
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5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
4.1 hrs on record
Posted: May 14
Temple Run on PC? I was curios about that.
Werewolfes in space? 10/10
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4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
9.9 hrs on record
Posted: March 31
I'm really quite fond of this.

There aren't many games like this on the PC and it's not 'with good reason' really, either. I could understand disdain for this if it were endless, or if there were exploitative microtransactions. This game has neither. It has a level structure, and it even has difficulty settings which affect the game in very interesting ways. Also: It's a bloody werewolf on a spaceship, you miserable old sadsack. What more could you ask for?

To throw some more details into this ball of words than that -- it's similar to endless runners on the tablets, except not at all. The level structure and controls (which feel rad) make it feel very different, it's more 'inspired by.' So the end result is a game that has more in common with SkyRoads and '90s PC shareware games than it does Temple Runner. That's not a bad thing, since Temple Runner and its ilk are 'pay to keep going' games. This is a 'be good enough to keep going' game. And if you're simply awful at it, well there's an easy mode for you, too (as I mentioned!).

I don't know what there is to dislike about this, really. It's aesthetically pretty, it's fun to kill a few minutes with (when you don't have much time to spare), and it's priced accordingly. I can't understand why you'd hate this other than perhaps a.) you're young and your money is limited so you want your games to last longer and thus you're very invested in the fallacy of quantity -> quality (you'll learn), or b.) you're xenophobic and you hate Welsh people and werewolves?? Bizarre.
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