Rust Bucket

Rust Bucket

Rust Bucket is a game that will offer gameplay that we haven’t seen in quite some time. Here you will guide a knight (maybe) through a dungeon infested with enemies that you must avoid.

The game seems simple at first but this is not quite the case. Rust Bucket offers decent graphics and sound but both of them are nothing special – the graphics look like they have been taken from the 1990s but this is not a deal breaker – after all the graphics are not that bad! The gameplay is the thing that matters the most here – your knight has to find his way around a labyrinth that happens to be endless. The problem is that the dungeon is full of enemies that you must either avoid or attack at the right moment to destroy. Eventually you will fail so Rust Bucket suddenly turns into a game of survival – something that has been right from the start. Playing is easy – just swipe your finger in the direction you want your knight to go and this is it. Of course timing is also crucial so be careful when moving around!

Rust Bucket is a game that will surprise you with the depth that it offers despite being so simple at first. The app will not surprise you with fancy graphics but the real strength here lies in the gameplay, which is so addictive you will be playing for hours. The gameplay also requires perfect timing and quick thinking so here’s a challenge for you. All in all Rust Bucket is a really nice game that has a lot to offer to people who like the puzzle genre and this is always good!

Rust Bucket is here on Google Play.

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