Review: Smash Hit

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The ironically named Smash Hit from Mediocre studios invites you to:

Take a surreal journey through an otherworldly dimension, move in harmony with sound and music and smash everything in your path! This experience requires focus, concentration, and timing to not only travel as far as you can, but also break the beautiful glass objects that stand in your way.

As it turns out, for such a meagerly named studio, the game lives up to its title. Smash Hit feels like games such as Super Hexagon or Flappy Bird where you are mainly competing against yourself. You make a mistake and you lose, but if you can keep your focus you’ll get further.

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As you progress down the track your path will be blocked by glass obstacles. You can break them by throwing steel balls by tapping the screen. you supply of ammunition is replentished by breaking the blue pyramids and diamonds.

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As you chain consecutive hits on the pyramids, you throw more and more balls for the cost of one. eventually you throw four or five balls or more. the shot gun like pattern makes hits easier, but the game’s speed increases on later levels as well, so you’ll need the help.

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Smash Hit is free on both the Google Play and App Store. A $1.99 Premium in-app purchase lets you restart from check points in addition to cloud saves and statistics. Either way, Mediocre’s new game is a great mobile game.

Story 5
Gameplay8
Graphics8.2
Sound7.5
Fun8.5
Replay Value8
7.5

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JL_Snorlax began gaming at the age of four and hasn't stopped since. Classically trained on the Atari, NES, SNES, N64,PS1,PS2,PS3, Wii, and Xbox 360 he has graduated to the PC Gaming master race and enjoys playing games on Android when he should be working.