Former Writer · Jan 7, 2013 at 11:00 pm

Are Your Fists Crazy Enough for Crazy Fist II?

When developers release new games for Android, it’s always good news. Whether it’s a simple puzzle game or a full featured game with great graphics, every game adds to the Android gaming experience. Recently, a new game came out that brings a little flair to an old favorite.

XDA Forum Member pgsoulyed has released a game built on the fantastic Unity 3D game engine called Crazy Fist II. The premise of the game is pretty simple if you’ve ever played a scrolling shooter. Movement is constant with the genre, and user inputs allow for things like attacking, jumping, and turning corners. Here are some of the other features:

Game Features:
* 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

Also according to pgsoulyed, there is actually a goofy and fun story line for players to enjoy. Unlike many simple games, this one doesn’t make the mistake of taking itself too seriously, and that’s part of its charm. So if you’re looking for a fun game to play and Temple Run is getting old, this is a game to try out.

For more details, check out the original thread.


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