There are loads of endless runner games out there now. However, not all of them are really enjoyable. But you could try out Smash Hit, to see if you like it. You would be surprised at how addictive this game could become.
In this game, you get to take a surreal journey through an otherworldly dimension, and move in harmony with sound and music and smash everything in your path. This requires focus, concentration and timing, not only to travel as far as you can, but to smash everything that stands in your way.
Smash Hit is a bit of a complicated runner game with a really simple premise. All you need to do is throw balls at all kinds of surfaces. You will start with a glass surface. Your objective is to smash everything in sight and earn points. There’s a little bit of complexity with the camera, as it does not move according to your control. Instead, you throw the ball according to where the camera is facing. Furthermore, you would need to keep up with the game’s realistic physics engine, as there are times when your balls simply won’t do what you want them to do simply because it isn’t realistic.
The best part of the game is that it is super realistic. The balls bounce like real balls, and you need to see the glass shatter. The developers did a good job animating those scenes. Note that a game of Smash Hit ends when you run out of balls. Therefore, you need to be careful with yours. You don’t want to shoot them all at once. Instead, you should think carefully before you launch a ball. A good hit gains you more points.
This game is available on Google Play Store for free. Also, it has no ads. However, you might also want to consider buying the premium version which will enable new game modes, cloud save across devices, detailed statistics and the ability to continue from checkpoints.
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