Total Recoil Review: Dual Stick Shooter That’s Slightly Repetitive, Highly Explosive (Video)

Written by
  • 06 Jun 2013
  • View Comments
  • If you ever wanted to shoot everything around you in a game that takes up less than 100 MB of storage, then you’ll love Total Recoil. The game is available for free on the Google Play Store and it takes up 36 MB Of space. The game is a dual stick shooter, like the game Gun Bros for example.

    Screenshots_20130530_091942

    You basically control a soldier unit, who has to blow stuff up, get coins and buy weapons and upgrades. You can blow up exploding barrels, enemy tanks, soldiers and all types of helicopters and units. Aside from buying flamethrowers, grenade launchers and all that you can pick up weapons on the go, during missions. There are also special attacks called Killstreaks, that involve you calling an air strike, tank strike or other such perks.

    You start as a private and get promoted to corporal, sergeant, colonel and all that and you have to face waves of enemies. Each mission has a boss and the game takes you to the jungle or oil rigs, among others. You can unlock plane attacks, sentry guns and a ton of weapon improvements. Battles get much harder as you progress, so you may feel tempted to do some grinding and collect cash.

    We had a lot of fun playing the game and we highly recommend you to play it. We give it a 9 out of 10 and you can download it from here.

    If you like this post, make sure you subscribe to our RSS Feed or follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, YouTube for more interesting articles and video reviews!


    Also you can recommend Android Pipe on Google:

    , , , , ,
    Android Android 4.2 Android 4.2 features Android 5.0 Android app Android game Angry Birds Star Wars CyanogenMod Facebook Gameloft Glu Mobile Google+ Google Drive Google I/O 2013 Google Now Google Play Google Play Store Google Play Store sales Madfinger Games new android game new app Ouya Play Store Play Store sale Rovio sale Samsung Square Enix top 5 Android games Ubisoft