Super Muzzle Flash

Super Muzzle Flash

Super Muzzle Flash is a prime example of a game that is very simple, yet it offers a lot. As the name of the app suggests it is all about shooting but this time you will be killing ghosts instead of other kinds of enemies.

Everything is simple in this game – once you fire it up you will have to choose a difficulty level with Easy being the only one available until you score 100 points. Then the Normal difficulty level will unlock but quite honestly Easy is also somewhat hard. The thing is that you can’t really see while playing because everything is dark. When you shoot the display will flash showing you where your targets are so you have to be both quick and accurate in order to make it in this game. In addition to this, there are civilians going around so this will make your task even harder. Shoot one of them and you fail. You also fail when you miss a ghost. So as you can see Super Muzzle Flash is not an easy game.

We said that Super Muzzle Flash was a simple game and it is – it needs just 21 MB of space and it comes with really simple graphics. When you look at it you will feel like the game comes from the 1980s but we can’t say whether this is good or bad – maybe the developers wanted such an effect. In reality this is all you need – simple 2D graphics for a point-and-shoot game. Super Muzzle Flash will definitely not capture your attention with the graphics inside, but the gameplay is a different story. It is addictive and difficult and that’s what will draw your attention and keep it there.

We like Super Muzzle Flash – it lacks fancy graphics but the gameplay is what makes this game. You will have fun with it for sure – for free and with virtually no hardware requirements.

Super Muzzle Flash is here on Google Play.

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