You’ve heard us gush over Mediocre and their casual gaming masterpieces like Granny Smith and Sprinkle. Today, the boys are back in town, this time with an entirely new title on Google Play called Smash Hit.
It’s probably not what you would have expected from the game maker. You wont find quirky character designs are a cutesy side story. Smash Hit is unapologetically pure, casual gameplay, at its very finest. Players are taken through 50 different rooms filled with glass planes and given 1 objective: smash all the glass in sight.
Levels are on rails, meaning the only thing you have to worry about is the amount of balls in your inventory, and lining up the perfect shot. Glass and projectiles are brought to life using Mediocre’s trademark lifelike physics, and although graphics are simple, they feature realistic lighting techniques that’ll make your jaw drop.
Although Smash Hit is completely free to download, you may want to consider buying the premium version for $2. The full version allows you to save your progress at check-points and gain access to cloud game saves — nice bonuses, but something you might be able to do without if you’re feeling up to the challenge. Either way, it sounds fair deal for a game that provides some good, old fashioned fun. Link below.
Download on Google Play: Smash Hit
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