Android Game: Robots and Monsters

Immerse yourself in a world filled with action and monsters. Jump, dodge, and show off your skills in one of the most entertaining games invented. With a style of play reminiscent of the retro era, you can take on your friends at this frenetic game thanks to our incorporated tags. During the game you'll encounter dozens of different enemies and monsters, many levels and scenarios, including teleports and areas of water and lava. It has been thoughtfully designed, with highly accomplished monster animations. The playability is excellent. Keep an eye on how each type of enemy moves. Some monsters only walk from side to side, while others leap from one platform to another, making the game more challenging. Delve into a world of robots and monsters. The platform game of the year!!

Category: Arcade | Views: 539 | Reviews: 2 | Added: 2015-03-24

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App features

  • Very addictive
  • Many action
  • Great graphics
  • Good gameplay
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