NHL Hockey Target Smash Review (Karbonn Titanium S6): hockey goes arcade, in a static title feeling like Flick Soccer a bit (Video)

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  • 14 Jul 2015
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  • NHL Hockey Target Smash is to hockey what Flick Soccer is for soccer. It’s a free game that simulates shooting at a goal from a static position. We tried out the game on Karbonn Titanium S6 and you can check out the review below.

    The game allows us to play during the Stanley Cup and have access to 30 NHL teams and 60 uniforms. You can control a single player, that’s completely customizable and you’ll only have to hit various moving targets in the goal area. They will sometimes be frozen or protected by rubber, so they will be quite hard to hit straight in the bulls eye.

    You can unlock various pucks and sticks and sometimes the pucks will even catch on fire. One swipe up fires the puck and a swipe down triggers a very powerful hit, that may shatter ice. The title is pretty repetitive and frustrating, because sometimes the targets move too fast and they’re too well protected. Surprisingly, the graphics are quite OK for an arcade title.

    The game is fun for a few minutes, but not a keeper. We give it a 7 out of 10 and you can download it here.

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