Release date: Jun 28, 2012
Genre: Slingshot / Arcade
Developer: Thunder Game Works
Publisher: Thunder Game Works
If you are a lover of slingshot games, then Thunder Game Works have an exciting treat for you in the form of their new slingshot action game called GibsNGlory that’s packed with many new exciting features. This time it’s the mighty soldiers who are going to go down into bits and gibs. Thunder Game Works have been giving us some really cool zombie title like Trenches 2, Stenches and many more are yet to hit the app store.
GibsNGlory Game Review
As leader of the zombie horde, you take control of the horrifying Brutes and the graveyard will be your staging ground. Use your unique ideas and raw power to launch your minion zombies to destroy the marching ‘British Royal Expeditionary Force’. These soldiers are the living foes of the undead horde. They swarm from the dirty bunkers and make their way right for you, intending to send you back to the netherworld. So dish out revenge on the British Royal Force that doesn’t let you live a peaceful life at the graveyard. The game starts with 4 different packs; a beginner pack, a destruction pack, a terrain pack and also the community levels. There are unlimited numbers of levels which require your logical skills on choosing the correct zombies and targeting them towards your enemy, with prefect elevation and force for you to win your life at the graveyard. In the game, you can earn up to three star ranks on the field and save them to unlock the in game items to customize your playing experience.
GibsNGlory also has a special community centre pack for all and a level editor for the iPad gamers who can create custom levels. You can also redeem some of the cool wallpapers from the store as you get the points. The gameplay is smooth but as you level up the game starts to feel sluggish which slows down the entire game. The physics are creepy but that didn’t matter a lot, because after all this is only a virtual graveyard and not a real one! The entire design adds an incredible element to the game and just watching those zombies in action makes this even more of a pleasure to play.
The controls are as simple as found in every other slingshot game; hit the correct minion found at the bottom left and swipe your finger to drag the hand of Brutes to aim at your target. Scroll to the far end and look for the incoming enemies, in the gameplay you can also zoom in and zoom out for positioning your target. When guiding the dead zombies through the levels, there is a guide line (a white beam of light) with a red target point which assists you to hit the soldiers, but that is limited to a distance. This might be helpful when you get further into the game getting more hits and gun shots from the soldiers, but to survey till the end you need to build your own skills, and also to earn continuous bonus stars. On the whole this is an amazing game; the graphics, horrifying background music and playing ability are all very refined for a thriller slingshot game. The game gets more challenging with every new level. The graphics are great – take for instance the soldiers marching in the grounds crossing different obstacles. They are designed with so much realism which makes the experience of playing this game even more interactive. GibsNGlory is totally worth giving a shot if you’re looking for something new in the slingshot genre. It’s time to catapult those little zombies and defend your territory.
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