Respawnables

Respawnables

Respawnables is a nice 3D shooter that brings a few fresh ideas to the genre. You can see this in the title of the game – you are not expendable, you are respawnable!

The game is action-oriented and it can’t be any other way as it puts you in the shoes of a soldier that fights the enemy. So expect intense battles wrapped up in nice 3D cartoonish graphics. In addition you get several game modes including multiplayer, short battles just for fun and more not to mention a large number of weapons, customizable items, gadgets and maps. In a few words you will have fun with this one.

Unfortunately fun has a price and in this case it is all about system requirements. The game is large and once you install it, it will download more stuff off the Internet. In addition you will need a fast CPU and a fast GPU to enjoy it to the max.

All in all Respawnables is a nice game for Android devices. You can take a look at it here on Google Play.

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