mic_888 · Sep 5, 2011 at 01:10 am

Help Helm Knight Defeat The Evil Tribe On Android

Helm Knight is a 2D side scrolling action adventure platformer brought to you by XDA forum member The_R.

Named after the helmet-headed protagonist, help Helm Knight defeat the evil tribe from taking control of the magic crystals and bringing chaos to the lands.

The aim of the game is to guide Helm Knight through 15 challenging levels by helping him run, jump, hack, slash and cast magic to avoid the various dangers that await him and secure the crystals to save the lands. You’ll need to fight different types of enemies which include goo-monsters, snakes, carnivorous plants, blobs, ice monsters and the evil tribal warriors.

Helm Knight is available to download free in the Market.

For more information and screenshots of the Android game, take a look at the application thread.

 


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