Review Stickman And Gun
It's stickmen with guns
Author: Brandon Girod
Date: 17 May 2017, tested on HTC One M8
Excellent and compelling gameplay mechanics, the unlock system is nicely balanced, features a ton of content and classes to keep you busy
Constantly force closed on one device, the graphics are pretty poor
Stickman and Guns for Android is a game whose name pretty much explains exactly what it is. There are stickmen and there are guns. You’re one particular stickman who is trying to protect yourself from all over the other stickmen and stick things trying to take you down.
If you judge this book by its cover then you’re not really going to get too far because the graphics and overall aesthetic aren’t that great. Sure, it’s charming on some level but c’mon now, we’re looking at stickmen! The core of this game lies in the gameplay itself, which is actually pretty fun.
You’re thrown into the middle of the level and are suddenly attacked from both sides. You’ve got a pistol to begin with and you’ve gotta slowly dispatch all of these enemies before they overwhelm you.
Tearing through these enemies are simple at first but they continue to grow stronger every wave and every level. As you kill them all they throw money all over the level and it’s in your best interest to pick it up so you can buy new weapons, upgrade them, and level yourself up so you can build yours stats up as well.
There are a ton of weapons and skill to upgrade and this is ultimately the main reason to keep coming back to Stickman and Gun. They spoon feed you enough money to continuously upgrading to a point that it becomes addicting. Levels and environments change, the controls are responsive, and the gameplay is great.