New Android Game: This Could Hurt Free

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  • 15 Nov 2012
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  • Developer Chillingo has recently released a few titles on the Play Store. The titles are named This Could Hurt and Grow Away and both games are very different from each other. The games are certainly worth every gamer’s attention as the first is a very attractive 3D platformer and the second is a “vs” type of game.

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    This Could Hurt Free  cough our attention due to its addictive gameplay and unique elements. Your character is an Oakguard apprentice struggling to become a fully fledged Oakguard some day. To do that he must complete the Path of Pain. The road to becoming an Oakguard is very difficult and filled with traps at every corner. It will take one very skilled gamer to reach the end and when he does it will be an experience not easily forgotten.

    The game features good 3D graphics and the controls are very good implemented. Among the game’s features you will find:

    – Avoid spinning blades, pitfalls, giant mallets and more in this unique puzzle-packed adventure.
    – Guide your character with one-touch controls, choosing the perfect time to stop or go.
    – Features four worlds, each with 10 challenging levels. Environmental hazards like ice and lava also make appearances to make things more challenging.
    – Beautiful 3D mazes filled with death-traps that you must climb, run, jump and occasionally fly through
    – Collect the golden Acorns hidden throughout the world to unlock a variety of achievements and power-ups

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    This Could Hurt Free can be downloaded at no cost from the Play Store.

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