Crazy Fist II Android Game Review

Okay so the first time I played Crazy Fist II I was immediately thinking Temple Run. The game mechanics are quite similar where you swipe left or right to turn and swipe up to jump. One thing different though is that there are no monkeys running after you. What is present are monsters that you can attack using a variety of weapons which you have access to.

Crazy Fist II is created by PG Soul Games which also brought us Crazy Fist I which was a wall breaking game. This sequel has a different gameplay though from the first version. You will be able to download this title over at Google Play for free. You need a device running on at least Android 2.0.1 and a space of 18 MB.

Aside from its similarity to Temple Run you’ll also notice the impressive 3D graphics of the game. According to the game developer he used the Unity3D engine in creating this title.

If it’s your first time to play this game you will be presented with a tutorial on how to use the controls. The first levels are generally easy to play but as you advance you’ll soon find out that the difficulty level increases.

Some of the game features include

  • Exciting combat combo
  • Simple screen touching and stroking operation
  • New acting elements of parkour style, great feeling of hitting, speed and operating
  • Warblade, Magic, Boomerang. Different Hero has variously gorgeous visual effect of attacking
  • Combine interesting items and skills to pursue high score

I tested the game on a smartphone that has a single core 1 GHz processor, 512 MB of RAM and an Adreno 205 GPU. The game played smoothly with hardly any lag. Swiping the screen from left to right was very responsive.

This is a great game to have when you have a couple of minutes to spare and want some quick action.

via Google Play

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