Sky Force 2014

Sky Force 2014

Years ago when there weren’t that many computers around we lived in the dark ages of gaming. To play a game we had to go to a place where you could find arcade game machines, spend a few coins and then play for a few minutes until you get killed. This is where you could also find a really addictive game genre – we are talking about the one that lets you command a plane and shoot hordes of incoming enemy aircraft only to face the boss of all bosses at the end of the game.

Sky Force 2014 takes you exactly to these times – the game lets you command a plane and then shoot countless enemies in the form of airplanes. The gameplay is the same – you have a tiny, slow shooting plane at the beginning but you can upgrade it later to something much, much better. Every enemy killed gives you a star or in some cases wings that you have to collect in order to advance in the game. After you have killed a large number of incoming enemies you get to face the level boss and if you defeat him you get to go to the next stage.

Sounds familiar, doesn’t it? Well, there is more – Sky Force 2014 comes with absolutely gorgeous graphics. In fact this is the game with the most beautiful graphics in the genre we have seen so far. Everything is in 3D and colorful but things do not end here – you get to destroy a lot of things and they all look very realistic. All in all the graphics contribute a lot to the game and even if you only look at the app you will see what visual pleasure it brings you.

We don’t know what else to say about Sky Force 2014. The only thing we can say for sure is that if you like this genre you will have numerous hours full of fun with this app. You will have it for free since Sky Force 2014 is a free game and nothing can beat having something for no money at all. This is exciting, isn’t it?

Sky Force 2014 resides here on Google Play.

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