run-and-gun

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run-and-gun ‎(not comparable)

  1. (video games) In which the player's character runs on foot and uses a projectile weapon.
    • 2002, Andy Slaven, Video Game Bible, 1985-2002
      Play switches from an overhead run and gun to a platform jumping shooter in this mediocre game.
    • 2006, Mort Castle, On Writing Horror
      What makes a horror game different to write than, say, a run-and-gun first-person shooter?
  2. Alternative form of run and gun