Metal Soldiers

Metal Soldiers

Metal Soldiers is a game that hints of action even in the title. Indeed this is what the game is all about.

The app is free for Android as always and belongs to the arcade genre. There isn’t a story behind it – instead you are given a gun and you start killing enemies. The actual gameplay is simple – you get two buttons in the left half of the screen that let you go left and right and two buttons in the right half that allow you to shoot and jump. This is it. So you get to explore various areas where you will encounter enemies and gold – kill the enemies and collect the gold. Every once in a while there will be falling bombs as well so try to avoid these if you can. Sounds a bit boring, right? Well, every time you run Metal Soldiers the level design will be different so this adds value to the game. The app is also in 2D only and has decent sound as well.

Metal Soldiers is for people who like the action genre and want to kill some time. The app does not offer a lot but at the same time it does not require a lot too, except quick fingers. We think the deal is fair. What do you think?

Metal Soldiers is here on Google Play.

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