Smash Hit

Smash Hit

Have you ever wanted to just break something? Well, now you have the chance to do so and for free at that!

Smash Hit is a new hit on Google Play. This free application for Android lets you smash various objects on the go and rest assured – you will always have something to break! The game takes you to a virtual 3D field, where you are automatically moved from one location to another. You can throw a limited number of balls at various objects during your way using your finger and the goal is to break as many as you can. This is also valid for various barriers that you will encounter and if you fail to hit one of them you lose 10 balls; on the contrary if you do well the game will give you more balls. Just be careful though as to lose balls is really easy and quite logically if you run out of balls the game is over so try to make as many hits and points as possible.

Smash Hit is a really nice application so take a look at it here. We are sure you will enjoy it.

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