God of War Arrives to WM
God of War is a very addictive console game developed for the PlayStation 3 and for the PlayStation Portable (PSP). For those fans out there who can’t really carry their PS3 and don’t want to leave Kratos (the game’s main character) home alone either, XDA member zarpy made a 2D version of this game for devices with WVGA resolutions. While this game does not offer the button bashing action of a console game, it allows Kratos to jump, hack with his swords, and to move left or right, all thanks to the virtual controls. The game may not be as long as the original, but it is bound to provide you with a few hours of entertainment.
This is a Short fun God of War adventure game. You play as Kratos usings your sword to hack and slash enemies. Collect treasure chests , run , jump, and slash your way to reach the mystical blue orb. Be aware if the enemies hit you, you will be teleported to the beginning of the stage. Great graphics and sound.
The game is controlled by onscreen buttons. The buttons are single-touch which means you can only press one button at a time. You have right , left,jump,exit, and hack and slash button. Enjoy and find the blue orb.
You can find more information in the game thread.
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