World of Warriors: Duel

World of Warriors: Duel

World of Warriors: Duel is a true contestant for the title of being one of the simplest Google Play games. This is because the app does not have a tutorial of any kind – once run World of Warriors: Duel takes you to the actual gameplay and this is it. In fact you won’t even recognize when the game has begun.

The idea behind World of Warriors: Duel is extremely simple too – fight your enemies by tapping on the display of your Android device. You will have a single opponent and you must tap once right after you hear the word FIGHT but not before that because this will lead to your loss. At the same time you must be faster than your enemy or you will die. Each round takes place within a few seconds and you get more and more enemies before you eventually get defeated along the road. This is it! This is what the game is all about! We told you it was a simple one!

We have to say a few words about the graphics and we have a nice surprise here since World of Warriors: Duel is equipped with 3D graphics and other visual features that show your defeated enemy. The sound is only OK, though, since you will be hearing “Ready, steady, fight!” all the time so nothing good to say here…

All in all World of Warriors: Duel is a great game for people who like the action genre and simply want to kill some time. The app is free, small-sized and simple so what is not to like here?

World of Warriors: Duel is here on Google Play.

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