Just Shout

Just Shout

Just Shout continues the trend of having action games here but this is the simplest app of all three action games that we just reviewed. The game belongs to the survival genre and this is what you have to do here – survive!

The app needs about 22 MB of free space, which means it does not offer tons of features and this is the case here. Once you fire it up, Just Shout will take you directly to the action – you have a knife that you use to kill your enemies but a bit later help is on the way – you can use a pistol or a rifle with limited ammo in both cases but you will be getting more and more firearms with time passing by. In addition there will be health packs falling around you so if you get injured use one of them. With time passing by, things will become tougher so if you find yourself in a hopeless situation then use an airstrike to kill the enemies around you. This is what the game is all about – you can imagine there will be time when you will finally be overwhelmed so the number of kills matters at the end.

The game, being simple, will not make you say “wow” with its graphics but they are by no means bad. The app comes with cartoonish visuals that we actually liked so there are no points off here. The same is true for the sound so you will enjoy nice sound effects.

Just Shout is a great action game that is perfect for killing time. It has numerous kills inside as well as blood so it is only recommended to adults but what you will get is worth it so kudos to the developers!

Just Shout is here on Google Play.

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