Defend Yourself from the Crazy Mob
You really never know when a horde of strange animals will attack. For these moments, it’s best to prepare yourself in advance. And if you’re looking to escape from, let’s say, a crazy mob of critters, you’d best be served by practicing with Crazy Mob by XDA Junior Member ipkapu.
OK, fine. You’ll likely never have to defend your home from such a bunch of beasts, but it still makes for quite an interesting game. The goal of the game is to do whatever you can to stop the crazy mob from attacking. While there are more than a few games of this genre, Crazy Mob is unlike most other defense games. For starters, at your disposal you have several “weapons” such as watermelons, bubbles, gift boxes, snowmen, and anvils. Next, you can also change the gravity to spice up game play. Finally, you can even choose to play as one of the monsters if you so desire.
Whether you’re looking for a simple time pass the time or you’re looking for something to sit down and play for extended periods, Crazy Mob may be worth an install. To get started, head over to the game thread.
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