Jump Through NYC in Louis Vuitton's 'Endless Runner' Video Game

Inspired by Virgil Abloh’s FW19 collection.

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Virgil Abloh is no ordinary creative director. Aptly using his influence as a platform for many facets of creativity, Abloh recently took to Instagram to reveal a new Louis Vuitton video game inspired by the designer’s Fall/Winter 2019 runway collection. Titled Endless Runner, the new game has been finished in a retro 16-bit style, with the backdrop of the game resembling New York City’s metropolis.

The game’s concept remains rather simple in that players simply jump over obstacles as they attempt to collect various Louis Vuitton-themed tokens to increase both their score and health points. As you continue playing, the speed of your player slowly increases, making it more difficult to time your jumps over the various objects.

You can play Endless Runner via Louis Vuitton’s website.

For more related news, take a look at Louis Vuitton’s Neon Green Fall/Winter 2019 pop-up.

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