Nun Attack Review: Catholic Nuns Are Running and Gunning (Video)

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  • 10 Dec 2012
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  • Nun Attack is a game that tackles an unique theme: religion. They attack it using 4 charming characters, 4 nuns who are on a rampage to destroy demons and battle their former colleague, a fallen nun. The game comes from Frima Studios, takes up 175 MB of storage and it’s available for free in the Play Store ever since Black Friday..

    You control 4 nuns, each with their special powers and weapons and make groups of 2 in order to take on various missions. There’s a nun with a shotgun and the power to increase her defense, a nun capable of healing herself and packing a pistol and a nun who can become invisible and uses a long range weapon. Finally, there’s a nun that I feel is the leader of them all, able to make a double of herself and trick the enemies into shooting at that one. The Catholic ladies will attack through 40 missions, using 80 guns and 7 miracles.

    The miracles include poison, shock, freeze, burn, stun and slow. You can also heal your characters using a special miracle and the battles take places in waves. The two nuns can be moved all over the screen by tracking a path with the finger on the screen. You drag the path to the enemy and they instantly start shooting. There are portals to travel through, a shop for the huge number of guns and a pretty hard gameplay, to be honest. We give the game a 9.3 out of 10 and you can download it from here.

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