Apache Overkill (iPhone) Reviews
Product Type: Miniclip.com software for handheld and PDAs
Description:Manufacturer: Miniclip.com / Type: iPhone Game
Newest Review: ... helicopter appears on the far left of the screen, enemies on the right. Your movement is limited to right, left , up and down ... more
Customer Apache Overkill (iPhone) Reviews (1)
by - written on 16/04/12 (Very useful, 42 readings)
When I first saw that Apache Overkill was based on a Miniclip game, I feared the worst. The last such title I played offered simplistic, repetitive gameplay and didn't make for a fun gaming experience. Happily, Apache Overkill is a lot more promising. OK, the gameplay is still simple and repetitive, but it's also a massive amount of fun, keeps me entertained in short bursts. It might not be a game that I ever play in long doses, but it is one that I regularly turn to for a bit of fun when I have a few minutes to kill. Apache Overkill is unashamedly retro in almost every aspect. Its graphics, sound and gameplay would not have been out of place in ... Read the complete review
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