BombSquad

BombSquad

Worms for PC was (and still is) one of the most popular games ever. The app allows you to battle your enemies with various weapons and while you engage in a real war everything inside the game is presented in a very funny way, hence the popularity of the game.

BombSquad is an application that tries to do the same for you, this time under Android, however, so it has every chance to become a huge hit. The application treats you with a lot of features –first everything is in 3D, which makes the game really nice and then you have multiple ways in which you can battle and defeat your enemies. You can kick them, punch them or blow them up – it is up to you. In addition you get the opportunity to play online against friends or other people so intense battles are guaranteed!

BombSquad, however, has features that differ from what Worms offers. For instance, you play on your own – this means you do not have a team of worms to command. Second, there are just four ways to battle your enemies, so forget about exotic weapons or the like.

Other than that BombSquad is an excellent game. It is simple to play and it offers tons of fun. You can start playing immediately or you can go through a nicely laid out tutorial that will show you what you can do. No matter what you choose you will be treated well and for free, in case you wonder!

BombSquad is here on Google Play.

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