Sling Kong

Sling Kong

Sling Kong is a free Android game that has something in common with King Kong as the name of the app suggests. You have a gorilla to play with here but you will stretch it and then propel it forward in a bid to reach the end of the level and this is where the similarities with King Kong end and how and why you get the Sling word in the title.

The app is simple – it is not a big one and you can start playing the minute you fire up the game, right from the introductory screen. The gameplay is also simple – stretch the monkey and then shoot it towards one of the colored spots that you will see. The monkey will then fly a little and will attach to the new spot, which acts like a branch (you get the idea). Then do the same and try to reach the end of the level… if you can!

Yes, if you can, because each level will have traps for you. You will have to avoid fire, spots (branches) that will drop you after a few seconds, razor blades and many more obstacles that lie in your way. One mistake and you are dead so aim wisely and act quickly. One more feature of the gameplay is the opportunity to play in-game powerups that will bring you more points in the form of golden coins so if you get too bored with Sling Kong’s gameplay you can try this too. Other than this, the game comes with 2D graphics and nice sound. They both are well above average quality so we think you will be satisfied with what you get here – and all for free at that!

All in all we have a positive opinion of Sling Kong. The game is light on the hardware, it does not need or require much and it also brings fun so what is not to like here?

Sling Kong is here on Google Play.

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