Smash Champs

Smash Champs

Smash Champs is a new free game for Android that deserves some attention. The app is by no means a cheap attempt at programming and it may become a new hit on Google Play.

Everything that Smash Champs offers is of high quality. The game puts you in the shoes of a fighter animal that then must get trained for matches against other martial arts fighters. Training is easy and strongly resembles Fruit Ninja for some reason, although the game studio is different. Once you finish your training, you get to fight an opponent and after that you train some more. This is what the game is all about but while fighting and training there are other powers, combos and even magic strengths that you can develop so every fight will be different and this is what makes this app so interesting.

No matter how we look at it Smash Champs will not treat you with 3D graphics but even then the game is fun. We did not completely understand how you fight your opponent as there are no buttons to press or other similar things on the display while playing the game. In any case the game comes with nice videos, music and game play. This is what makes it large and you should provide yourself with a stable connection to the Internet or you may not be able to download this game.

Smash Champs will surely keep you close to your Android device if you are into this genre. The app has everything it needs to become a hit and it comes for free at that. So there’s nothing wrong in enjoying it.

Smash Champs is here on Google Play.

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