ThumbZilla

ThumbZilla

ThumbZilla is one of the most dynamic action games we have played recently. In fact it may be number one!

The game will satisfy anyone’s desire for destruction and violence since this is one of the most violent games we have seen. Your role here is to act as a human Godzilla and destroy everything that you can see on your screen. Just tap with your finger and destroy buildings, scared humans and more – virtually anything you see! The city you are in will fight back, though, so expect policemen, tanks and aviation but really nothing can stop you. In fact ThumbZilla is an endless game so just destroy as much as you can. All this is complemented by great 3D visuals and various destruction events (plus killings) so no wonder the game is rated 18+. But all in all ThumbZilla is tons of fun!

ThumbZilla is for all the people who are mad at the world and want to destroy things. The app will help you do this and then have fun so action fans should own this app for sure!

ThumbZilla is here on Google Play.

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