Timing Hero: Colosseum & Raid

Timing Hero: Colosseum & Raid

Timing Hero: Colosseum & Raid hints that this is a game for action fans and indeed it is. Here you will have to battle numerous enemies and of course emerge victorious.

The first thing that you will see is that the game has been designed to look, act and sound like a game from the 1980s. This is intentional and maybe the developers behind Timing Hero: Colosseum & Raid wanted to immerse you into the 1980s. The gameplay is simple – there’s a short but not interesting story behind the game and then a very short tutorial that will show you how to play. You can select a character such as Warrior or Soldier and more with each one of them having unique skills and abilities. Then you have to battle a single enemy in something that looks like a battle field. Doing this is easy – you are given five buttons. Three of them allow you to go up, down and backwards, one of the buttons is used to attack and the last one allows you to use a single special ability, for instance to heal yourself. If you get too much damage you will die and you will have to start anew. At the same time you must be quick in order to dodge the enemy attacks that you will encounter. So be quick and be lucky and you might be able to make it through. By this time you should have probably guessed that Timing Hero: Colosseum & Raid does not come with great graphics – in fact the game is monochromatic and very pixelated but you cannot expect anything else from a game that wants to take you back to the 1980s. The sound effects are also very, very simple.

Timing Hero: Colosseum & Raid is a game that will take you to the 1980s and perhaps to the years of your youth. Thus the app will appeal to adult gamers and perhaps to people who want to have some fun beating the bad guys. It will, probably, be disliked by young people but Timing Hero: Colosseum & Raid does a really good job in one thing – it makes you feel like you are back to the 1980s.

Timing Hero: Colosseum & Raid is here on Google Play.

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