Bombing Bastards: Touch!

Bombing Bastards: Touch!

Bombing Bastards: Touch! is a close relative to the Bomberman game, which took the world by storm in the 1980s bringing tons of fun to millions of people. This is very promising and gives Bombing Bastards: Touch! every chance to be a cool game. Is this the case, though?

We can say yes. The gameplay is what you expect – you are situated in a maze where you must place bombs so that you can get around and then use them to get rid of the enemies in the level. You have a time limit to achieve your goals so do not waste time. Basically there are two ways to die – you are too close to an exploding bomb or you get caught by one of your enemies. This adds action to the game and the attempts to be quick and smart turn Bombing Bastards: Touch! into a game where you won’t have a moment to catch your breath. In a few words the game combines simplicity with great gameplay so the end product is a great game called Bombing Bastards: Touch! Perhaps the only downside to this app is that it does not come with 3D visuals – 2D is all you will get but this is not a deal breaker and the game is as good as it is. The sound effects are also nice and add value to the game.

All in all Bombing Bastards: Touch! is a nice surprise and we eagerly recommend this app to all action game fans and Bomberman followers in particular. The game is easy to play and fun and does not require much in terms of hardware needed. Do we need to say that it is also free?

Bombing Bastards: Touch! is here on Google Play. Have fun with it!

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