Cannon Crasha Review

Cannon Crasha Review

Oct 3, 2014

Man, Cannon Crasha is ‘one of those games’. In a good way! When you like games like Worms and Swords and Soldiers, you will definitly like this instant classic Android game.

Go play it. No seriously. This is one of those games. One of those games where the only thing you need to know is that you need to play it. It should be one of those games everybody should talk about, you know, like the time you were in high school, still playing those GBA games. Cannon Crasha is a turn-based-ish, real time strategic-ish game that borrows elements from games like Worms and Sword and Soldiers, covered up in light-humoured conversations and easy to learn controls.


When I say Worms and Swords and Soldiers, you kinda get the idea of this game. On screen, there are two bases. One is yours and the other one is your enemy. That’s basicely all you need to know. The goal of the game is to destroy each others base, the castle. You can do that by simply rocking your cannon. That part is similiar of how Worms games felt at the moment you tried to launch a well aimed bazooka attack. But the next layer resembles Swords vs Soldiers and offers more options.

That layer offers different kind of helpful characters and items that can help you in your goal to destroy the enemies base. There are also options to enhance the speed of much needed resources so that you can build even more items or produce more soldiers to aim you. And you do this all while defending your own castle, by building structural steel that takes a lot – a lot – of inspiration from the Worms games if it comes to design and the way it is placed on to the field.

There is so much stuff you can do and the game makes it easy for you the get used to the controls, gameplay and mechanic, with massive and not irritating tutorials that are levels on its own. From the start, Cannon Crasha is a fun game to play. And it stays fun, right ‘till the very end.

Cannon Crasha Review Rundown

Graphics/Sound - Solid looking retro style.
Controls - Easy to pick up and very accessible.
Gameplay - Fun and strategic.
Replay Value - This game has so much to do!
Overall - Go play it!

Download: App available at the Google Play Store »

Wesley Akkerman
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