Hopeless: Space Shooting

Hopeless: Space Shooting

Hopeless: Space Shooting is a free Android game (as always) which strongly resembles the already launched Hopeless: The Dark Cave. The only difference here is that the action takes place on an unknown planet sometime in the future.

So you get the yellow cute creatures again armed with laser weapons. They sit in a relatively well-lit spot and everything around them is dark. The main goal of the game is to shoot the monsters that will come your way and survive for as long as possible. Occasionally you will get more friendly blobs that will help you defend your territory but you must make sure not to shoot them while they are coming your way. The blobs that will come to you are the key to longevity – the game will become really hard after a certain point in time and the monsters will succeed in getting at least one blob. So the more blobs you have, the longer you will survive. When the last blob gets kidnapped the game is over so shoot quickly when you see a monster!

Hopeless: Space Shooting offers just 2D gameplay but the way the game is played does not require any other visual effects. We have to say that the gameplay is fun – there isn’t a learning curve and the app does not require much from you. So if you want to kill some time Hopeless: Space Shooting is definitely for you! You will not be let down by this game!

Hopeless: Space Shooting is here on Google Play.

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