Bullet Boy

Bullet Boy

Do you like flying like a bullet? If yes, then you will enjoy one free Android app called Bullet Boy.

This game belongs to the action genre, which means that fans of this genre will have fun. The story behind the game is simple – you must escape from a deadly tornado and to do so you must cover a distance. While doing so, however, you must avoid obstacles and, of course, not make wrong moves. But why flying then? Well, you will be using floating cannons to shoot yourself forward and you will also have to time your actions very precisely in order to succeed. Each successfully completed level brings you a piece of a mysterious artifact and you will also have to collect all the parts and rebuild it again to see what it does and how. How does all this sound?

Well, if you are not satisfied we will tell you that Bullet Boy comes with some really nice graphics, dynamic mechanics, various in-game power ups and more that 30 beautifully crafted levels that will keep you occupied. Moreover, the game will treat you with randomly generated sections so this will add to the fun.

In a few words the game is fun – it brings addictive gameplay, nice music, great graphics and the mystery of the artifact. Even if action games are not your favorite thing on Google Play, try this action game – it does not contain violence and it is not too dynamic so it may appeal to you too.

Bullet Boy is here on Google Play.

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