Crab War

Crab War

There are numerous genres on Google Play and tap games are one of them. Essentially in these games all you have to do is tap and in Crab War you will do this thing all over again.

The game starts with a short story where crabs were attacked by dangerous reptiles. With time the crabs evolved and now they come with more powerful claws, hardened shells and in larger numbers and now they want revenge. Will you give it to them?

Basically the gameplay in Crab War comes to touching the display of your Android device. A single touch will create a single crab that will then automatically hit the enemy reptile in front of it. Each hit causes damage to the enemy, which is measured in lost life points. Take all life points from the enemy and it will die so that a new one may take its place. This goes on and on and on and on….

Crab War comes with 2D visuals although we have to note that they are really beautiful and nice and we do not consider the lack of 3D graphics as a big problem. The game has nice sound effects too so you will enjoy what you hear.

All in all Crab War is an average game that will make you tap and tap and tap. If this is a favorite activity of you then get Crab War – if not, then you’d better find another game to waste your time with.

Crab War is here on Google Play.

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