Door Kickers Review (Lenovo Phab Plus): As Close to SWAT Tactical Action as the Smartphone Takes You (Video)

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  • 19 Mar 2016
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  • I’ve had the chance of playing the game SIEGE from Ubisoft at the same time with Door Kickers and that was excellent, because they go hand in hand. They’re both tactical simulations of SWAT and police actions, especially taking down terrorists after kicking down doors and doing a surprise attack. Door Kickers is reviewed below.

    The game is priced at $5 and we played it on the Lenovo Phab Plus phablet. It’s got to be one of the most original action games ever made, because every move you make has to be triple planned and smartly analyzed. Made by Killhouse Games, a small Romanian team that did a brilliant job, this title lets you control a team of professionals, who can take down doors, use a spycam to see what’s inside a room before bursting in and throw a stun grenade or two when need be.

    The Rainbow Six vibe is clearly present and the creators of the game recommend that you play their title on at least a 5.7 inch diagonal device. Controls are rather finnicky, since there’s a ton of actions to perform with each character and each move you make. 2D graphics look great and there are 80 single player missions to enjoy here, in 6 campaigns, or you can play each mission separately.

    Campaigns will get your characters killed and once they’re done you can’t use them for future missions. You can spend points and upgrade your weapons and soldiers, as you progress. Levels are non liniar and there are many ways to go about a mission. You can in full force, be sneaky or be cautious, but blood will be spilled. There are also documents to pick up and stashes of drugs, hostages to save and bad guys to kill, including the aid of a sniper in the mix.

    Fog of war covers up all the big building at first, but you’ll clear it, as you peek into doors and make your soldiers advanced. You can draw the trajectory on the screen and you’ll probably have a hard time figuring which action to choose, when the action heats up. Aside from the imprecise controls, I had a blast with the game, so I’ll give it a 9.2 out of 10. You can get it here.

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