Weak Warrior

Weak Warrior

Weak Warrior is a free game for Android for people who simply want to have quick action and kill some time. The app is just 6 MB in size, which means it does not offer a lot and when you run the app you will see that this is the case here.

But this does not make Weak Warrior a bad game. In fact its simplicity can take you right into the action without wasting any time. You happen to be a medieval warrior who fights a number of orcs, skeletons and other similar undead creatures in something that looks like a dungeon. Despite wearing armor the warrior dies on the second blow he receives hence he is a weak warrior and this is why the game is called like this. But there is more – when you kill a number of the evil creatures you get a special attack that you can use on them when you find yourself fighting a lost battle. This is nice but there are no more power attacks or even features in this game. The catch is that the character inside Weak Warrior does not move so the app turns out to be a game of perfect timing. In fact this is the basis of the game – time your attack perfectly and you will live. Touch the display at the wrong moment and you will die. The app is as simple as that. Finally when you kill a certain number of enemies (50 for the first level) you advance to the next level and as you can imagine things get tougher there.

All in all Weak Warrior is a nice game. Just don’t get too mad when you land your blow at the wrong moment.

Weak Warrior is here on Google Play.

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