Review Go Alien, Go!
Arcade about aliens with iconic game play
Author: Sergei Blyudov
Date: 14 Aug 2013, tested on ASUS Nexus 7 (2013)
Go Alien, Go! - Is a simple and addictive arcade game for Android, in which we have to help the alien kidnap forest animals for study and subsequent return to the ground. To catch the animals, we will create traps in real time, cutting off pieces of land on the playing field.
Development of the game deals with a young studio AMUSE, which gave us such an exciting game like Candy Play. The game idea is not new, this is another variation on the theme of cutting the excess space, but the developers have tried very hard to make the game was different from the others.
GameplayEach level consists of a board game - forest, desert, snowfields and more. Space-level will move the various animals that we need to steal. To steal the animal, we have to make a small cut around it so as to form a blank white area. This should be done very quickly, as if at that moment the animal steps on our tracks, we will lose one life.
Animals constantly on the move in a chaotic manner, and if at the first levels you can still predict the trajectory path, then everything becomes much more difficult. At the bottom of the screen will display the current mission, is usually not necessarily capture all the animals on the map, we need certain individuals in specific quantities.
Operated game with simple gestures, you should consider a limitation in the distance, which we can pass at a time, in the beginning it is very small. Points earned on we can improve endurance and speed of our alien, and buy a variety of items.
Features Go Alien, Go! for Android:
- Nice HD-graphics;
- Simple controls with gestures;
- Interesting gameplay;
- Several locations in different parts of the earth;
- More than 100 exciting missions;
- Great soundtrack;
- Global table of records.
Summary. Go Alien, Go! - This is a good arcade game for Android, which fans of the genre will enjoy. If you are looking for something similar, but without advertising and in-game purchases, then pay attention to the paid analogue Dig! with better graphics and gameplay.