Transformers Age of Extinction

Transformers Age of Extinction

Transformers Age of Extinction is a relatively new game that currently occupies one of the top spots on Google Play. As the name of the game suggests it is closely related to the popular movie Transformers and heavily borrows from it.

The goal of this free game is simple – discover and defeat your enemies. You are given various tools to do so including ranged and melee weapons as well as the special ability to turn yourself into a vehicle. We cannot but praise the gameplay, graphics and sound as they are excellent. It is obvious that the developers have heavily invested time, effort and money into this app. Graphics is vibrant, colorful and high quality and so is sound. If you are into the Transformers fan group you are likely to enjoy this game very much.

There are downsides, though, and we cannot pretend they are not there. Transformers Age of Extinction will tax your Android device as it seems it needs considerable processing power in order to work properly. In a few words expect some lengthy loading periods. Then there’s the request to log in with your Facebook account but fortunately you can play as guest if you want to. The controls are not great either – you have to tilt your device left and right in order to make your Transformer move left or right. Still, we did not encounter deal breakers so chances are you will enjoy this game.

Well, how does all this sound? In case we got you interested you can check Transformers Age of Extinction out on Google Play before you download it. You can find the game here.

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