One Finger Death Punch

One Finger Death Punch

Sometimes you simply want to break something. Sometimes you want to hit someone. Sometimes you have so much anger inside you, you want to scream. Or you simply want to kick someone’s butt? Then One Finger Death Punch is for you.

One Finger Death Punch is one of the simplest Android games we have seen so far. It takes you to a Chinese-themed fantasy world where you happen to be a kung-fu master. So you have to beat the bad guys (again) and survive. This is not that hard to do – after the welcome screen the app takes you to the action directly – you are a stickman that kicks and punches enemies that come from both sides. A bit later you get weapons like swords and maces and you know what you have to do with them. Sometimes you will get hit too and this means you will lose life points. Once you reach zero life points you die and you are taken back to the main screen where the game play repeats. This is it – One Finger Death Punch is a simple game that lets you kick butt and relieve tension and this is good.

One thing in particular that we did like a lot is graphics –they look like carefully drawn cartoons and are really beautiful. You can easily see the effort put inside. Sound is also great and by the way the graphics are 2D only.

All in all One Finger Death Punch is a really nice game. It takes you directly to fast-paced action in no time and does not require special skills or a lot of thinking. All you need are fast fingers and some luck and you will be victorious. Did we say the game is free?

One Finger Death Punch is here on Google Play.

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