Fury

Fury

Fury is one of the apps that you can find on Google Play and just by looking at the game you can tell that here we are talking about an action app.

The game, however, is surprisingly simple – measuring just around 10 MB in size Fury puts you in the shoes of some guy who has to defend himself from a ton of angry bears. You always find yourself sitting in the middle of a structure that looks like a large plus sign and the bears come to you from all four sides. Strike them by tapping on the screen of your Android device and you will send them flying away. The problem here and the main challenge in the game is that you must make quick decisions and be fast – if a bear gets you, you die and the game ends. In the sound and visual departments Fury is nothing special but you cannot expect much from a 10 MB game. Still you will be able to play the app, which means that the visuals are not that bad.

Fury is a casual action game for all of you who want to have some quick fun. If you want a game with tons of levels, a story and numerous bad guys, then Fury is not for you. But if you want a casual action app, then definitely take a look at this one.

Fury is here on Google Play.

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