Hammer Time!

Hammer Time!

Hammer Time! is a simple game that requires perfect timing in order to play it successfully. But what is it all about?

Well, Hammer Time! takes you to medieval times. In this game you will have to defend your castle from endless boulders coming at it with the simple task of destroying it. Fortunately you have a big hammer that you can use to knock the boulders back or even kick them out of your screen. Eventually you will fail since the boulders will become too many so Hammer Time! is a game of survival where the ultimate goal is to score as high as possible. Being a simple game Hammer Time! comes with 2D graphics only but the visuals are really nice so we cannot take points off here. In addition the app has really nice sound effects which add value to the game.

All in all Hammer Time! is a very nice game but it has the potential to make you really mad if you do not swing the hammer at the right time. But this is your fault anyway and not the game’s. So Hammer Time! is a casual free game that brings unusual gameplay and lots of fun so we think it is worth considering.

Hammer Time! is here on Google Play.

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