Iron Kill Review (Sony Xperia Z3): Fun Robot Fighting Game with Pretty Nice Looking Graphics (Video)

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  • 14 Dec 2014
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  • It’s strange to see that Real Steel has a bit of a monopoly on robot fighting games for some reason. Well, that monopoly is gone, since there’s another game of this type that you can enjoy. It’s called Iron Kill and it was launched in November, being available for free in the Play Store.

    We played it on the Sony Xperia Z3 and while it does resemble Real Steel, it’s also less frustrating and more fun. It sticks to the idea of rock’em sock’em type games and turn-based combat. The variety of robots is quite impressive and each have their own personalities. There are 3 buttons included here, virtual buttons for heavy attacks, quick attacks and parry moves.

    The game is quite easy and brings you gold, that you can spend on robots and upgrades. There are also special abilities, depending on the bot you buy and those include stun, critical strike and there’s also sort of a poison feature. We’ve got a special attack bar that charges as you attack the enemy and allows you to pull those special moves. You get free cash every once in a while in the game and there are also timed challenges.

    The artwork is great and sadly the parry doesn’t always work, since heavy attacks can’t be parried. Overall, the game is fun and looks good, getting from us a solid 8.4 out of 10. You can download it here.

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