Fist of Heroes

Fist of Heroes

One of the Android game reviews that we just published here dealt with Tadpole Tap – a free and simple game, designed to easily bring you fun with no extra stress, action, fancy graphics and the like.

Now, surprisingly enough, we will be dealing with a game that is the opposite of Tadpole Tap – well, at least on the action side. The new game in question is called Fist of Heroes and just the name of the app tells you that there will be a lot of action inside. What is this game all about – the app makes you play as an unnamed young hero who knows martial arts and hence, he beats the bad guys. In fact the game is as simple as possible with a lot of action inside – the main protagonist stands in the middle of the screen and then kicks the bad guys who look like zombies for some reason. One beaten (defeated) zombie counts as one point. Kick as many zombies as possible outside of your screen and score as high as possible and this is it. At one point in time the zombies will become so many you won’t be able to manage them all and once they get you the game is over and you can start all over. Simple, isn’t it?

Fist of Heroes is all about being simple and that’s why the game does not offer great graphics and the like. In fact the app is in 2D graphics only, while featuring nice sounds and music that complement the atmosphere.

Fist of Heroes is clearly a game for people who want to have some quick action here and there. The game does not bring a lot to the table but people who are in the quick action genre will surely like it thanks to all the simplicity inside and then the fast-paced action.

Fist of Heroes is here on Google Play. The game is free.

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