Battle of Toys

Battle of Toys

Battle of Toys is another action-oriented game that will interest fans of this genre. The app takes you to the distant future when various highly technological live toys battle each other for supremacy. You take the role of a toy and you have to defeat your opponents like in other games such as Street Fighter, Mortal Kombat and others.

Battle of Toys differs somewhat, though. Here you will not have various controls over your character – instead you will get a circle, some of which is red and some green and an arrow inside the circle. The arrow spins and you have to tap while it is inside the green zone to place a blow; if you tap while the arrow is in the red zone, you fail and you have to wait for another suitable moment to place a blow. Unfortunately there’s some lag between the actual tapping and the reaction of the Android device you are playing the game on, so you may experience some undeserved misses. Each fight has a single 30-second round and whoever has more life points left wins. Simple, isn’t it? In addition every toy has a special weapon or move so this makes the game even more exciting. Battle of Toys also excels in the graphics department – the game comes with excellent 3D graphics and sound that will please you.

When looking for a new action-oriented game you might take a look at Battle of Toysthe game is simple to play (although it has some downsides), fun, beautiful and exciting. You will have fun with this one, especially if you are into this genre so go ahead and try it. What is there to lose except some time?

Battle of Toys is here on Google Play.

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