Bushido Bear

Bushido Bear

How much time did it take you to guess what genre Bushido Bear belongs to? Our guess is just a second or two and it cannot be any other way – the name of the game says it all.

The story behind Bushido Bear is somewhat simple – by chance a lost bear meets an old samurai who protects an ancient forest from evil spirits. The samurai is getting very old, though, so he needs someone to replace him. And this is you! Here in Bushido Bear you will fight countless evil spirits that, fortunately, can be killed with swords. The gameplay is somewhat simple – just swipe near the evil spirits and the bear you are playing with will slice them with his swords. But make sure not to touch the spirits as this will instantly kill you. Basically Bushido Bear is a game of survival – beat as many enemy waves as you can and get as many points as possible before you make a deadly mistake. This is what the game is all about.

A few words on graphics and sound – the app comes with cartoonish visuals, which are nice, but do not expect 3D visuals here. This is not a drawback, though – Bushido Bear is just as good as it is. The sound effects are there as well but they are just sound effects and nothing more.

Bushido Bear is a fun casual action game for all fans of the genre. The app comes with interesting and challenging gameplay so there’s a serious chance you will be playing this free Android game for a long time.

Bushido Bear is here on Google Play. Enjoy!

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