New app time everybody. Welcome our new friend Astrå. In this game you’re kinda stuck in a solar system type of place and your goal is to jump from one earth to another. Warning motion sickness folks you might get a headache (kidding). Mainly you’ll be running in the orbit of a planet short jumping (small tap) from rodents thingy and long jumping (long tap) to far planets. You’ll start at gate 1 and you’ve to reach gate 2 bypassing all obstacles. It’s a good time killer game which won’t bore you.
Does any of you awesome folks can recognize this old handheld video game device and the memories attached to it, well there’s an emulator app for that too but that’s not the app I want to talk about today. But then why you wasted my time with that intro you ask, it’s because to give you a picture about the graphic and gameplay of this game. I know there’s a screenshot of the game attached but that was a failed attempt of mine to make you nostalgic. So in this game you and the com will hit each other turn by turn and the objective is to hit when you attack and dodge when cpu attacks, more like a Pokémon fight I’d say. This is not a game everyone would enjoy but if the screenshots amuses you in any way, it’s no harm in trying something new.
Remember the app which I suggested a while back that goes with the name GI Joe Strike? This game is very much similar to that in gameplay, but different in other things. Enemies will come from both sides and you’ve to tap on either side to beat them. This game will test your reflexes by counting how many suits wearing bad asses you can beat. Graphics are pretty much average I’d say. There are five characters and scenes to be unlocked, and though the first unlock is easy but the others really require you to break a sweat. Rush Fight has a respectable rating on Play Store and you should definitely check it out.
I am always into trying new apps and I must say this game has potential to stand out in the crowd. Play the endless reactor arcade, trying to hold all those moving ninja stars (or whatever you would like to call them) in a octagon which ain’t an easy task.