Bruce Lee: Enter The Game

Bruce Lee: Enter The Game

Here’s something that you don’t see that often on Google Play – a martial arts game! What’s even better is that this one is dedicated to the legendary kung-fu master Bruce Lee! It’s time for some action then!

Before we get deeper in the game we have to warn you first – the app is a large one and you will be better off if you download it over a local Wi-Fi connection instead of a mobile one. Then the app has a very long loading process, which is not nice but you don’t have a choice. Maybe the game will run better on more powerful hardware but we can’t verify this. All in all, you should run the game on a high-end Android device if you want to play it with no problems.

Okay, what does Bruce Lee: Enter The Game offer? Action, if we have to put it in one word. The game is all about action but this does not make it difficult. The secret is hidden in the way you manipulate it – to strike all you need to do is swipe your finger on the display. This is it. No need to touch buttons, arrows and more. The graphics is 2D and cartoonish but the game does not lose anything from this. Furthermore the sound is Chinese-like, which adds to the atmosphere. Once you beat the bad guys, which is not that hard, you can upgrade your character and add more vitality, more fury or more power. So plan your investments wisely in order to beat the game later on.

Is Bruce Lee: Enter The Game any good? Yes, it is. The app is for fans of the genre and since most men like martial arts Bruce Lee: Enter The Game will be a good choice for males who want to kick some butt.

Bruce Lee: Enter The Game is here on Google Play. The app is free so get it now!

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