Gun Fu: Stickman 2

Gun Fu: Stickman 2

You probably know by now that when you see the Stickman word on Google Play you will be playing a bloody game filled with bullets, gruesome deaths and blood. Gun Fu: Stickman 2 is not much different.

The game is simple – you are given a weapon and you must kill your enemies. The actual gameplay reminds us of the Wild West since there are many similarities – you have a gun, you sit in the middle of the screen and you shoot at enemies that appear around you. This is what the gameplay is. Each kill brings you points and sooner or later you will get killed since there will be too many enemies around you at one point in time. This is what the game is all about but there’s more – the app allows you to customize your stickman in almost any way possible and in addition a bit later you will also be able to choose weapons. Just like in many other Stickman games, here you will get cartoonish 2D graphics but made really nice and nice sound so we have no complaints here.

Gun Fu: Stickman 2 will bring fun to fans of the genre or to people who want some quick action. As always the game is free and can be seen right here on Google Play. We think you will like it!

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