Godzilla: Strike Zone

Godzilla: Strike Zone

Godzilla: Strike Zone is definitely an ambitious software project for Android. The game is large at 80+ MB so make sure to have free Internet access so that you can download and install it without incurring heavy traffic charges.

The game plot is to save people from the wrath of Godzilla and as expected you take command of a special unit character. The app tries to challenge you the minute you start it as you have to navigate your man during a free fall jump and later land it successfully while avoiding tall buildings. We can say nothing else but good words for this free application as it treats your senses with nice sound and colorful 3D graphics. The game is challenging and intense and resembles popular 3D shooters that you can expect to find for PC. A particularly nice feature is that when you fail you start at the point of failure instead of at the beginning of the level, which saves you both time and effort.

Godzilla: Strike Zone can be found for free here on Google Play. We think you will enjoy it – just give yourself enough time to be able to download it.

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