Shadow Fight 2 recently exploded onto the Android platform with a lot of momentum behind it. It was a success on the iOS platform, and phone gamers were eagerly awaiting its Android release. Well, we are happy to tell you it came to the droid with a bang, and with over 5,000,000 downloads within a couple of weeks, and over 10,000,000 to date we are happy to bring you a Shadow Fight 2 Android review. Here is the hack tool you might wanna try to use: http://gamerbounty.org/shadow-fight-2-hack/
Part of the hook that entices gamers to give Shadow Fight a try is its price tag, it’s free. Free games can be a bit hit or miss sometimes, but this one is incredibly good value. You will literally end up playing this game for hours on end, and while there is the option to make in-game purchases it’s not mandatory.
The game play revolves around you controlling a ninja character, you battle other characters in the arena, upgrade equipment, work on skills, level up, there are all the usual in-game progression methods, plus some extras thrown in. The gameplay is really smooth, the way the characters move is very ‘lifelike’, and the combat is really fun.
The graphics and sounds are very good by phone app game standards. There is a trend of games raising the bar on the expected quality of graphics, and Shadow Fight 2 more than holds its own. It also has a smooth and reactive control set-up. You use a toggle on the left side of the phone screen to control where your character moves, and there are a couple of buttons on the right side to kick and punch.
Mastering the combat is a skill in itself. This is not the kind of fighting game where you can get away with button smashing. You have to time your punches and kicks carefully to counter your opponents moves. The combat is more of a skillful challenge than an all out brawl, but that is definitely a plus. Combat games are much more satisfying when there is some thought and skill involved.
The only real downside to this game is the regenerating energy fight bar. Every time you fight you use one energy, and when you have run out you need to wait for it to regenerate. This has become a common feature with app games, it encourages you to spend cash to buy more energy. But it’s not the end of the world to wait a few minutes, you can always practice in the training area and sharpen your skills.
We hope you have enjoyed this Shadow Fight 2 Android review, and more so are enjoying the game. If you have not downloaded it yet, you should definitely give it a try, it is totally free with in-app purchases.