NHL Hockey Target Smash

NHL Hockey Target Smash

Depending on where in the world you live there’s a sport that dominates everything – for instance soccer is the thing in Europe, in Australia and India this is cricket, while in the USA it is hard to decide whether basketball or ice hockey is the most popular sport. In any case you will be dealing with ice hockey in NHL Hockey Target Smash so if you live in North America, Russia or Scandinavia this might become your favorite app.

What does NHL Hockey Target Smash bring to the table? The game looks a lot like soccer apps such as Flick Shoot and Flick Soccer. So you get to choose and name a player and then you face other teams in the NHL for the Stanley Cup. What do you get to do then? The answer is simple – you shoot the puck at the goal net and the ultimate goal is to score. Each successful goal brings you points and if you break something that looks like a dish inside the goal net you get even more points. Time is limited too – you have thirty seconds to shoot so you have to be both quick and accurate. Do this three times and the game against your opponent is over. Then NHL Hockey Target Smash adds all the points earned and the points your opponent has achieved and the final victor is decided. If you win you move to the next opponent, if you lose – you know what follows.

In a few words NHL Hockey Target Smash is the hockey version of Flick Shoot with a few more features. The game is nice and you will like it a lot if hockey is your favorite sport. Moreover the app is free and features nice 3D graphics and great sound, which make is a really good app. So if you are tired of soccer then take a look at this one.

NHL Hockey Target Smash is here on Google Play.

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