Nonstop Chuck Norris Review

Nonstop Chuck Norris Review

Apr 30, 2017

Seriously, it has that name in the title.

Need we say more? Nonstop Chuck Norris has familiar pedigree and only the most exceptional man in the world in its title. We had to check it out.

If it feels familiar — more than a little bit — give yourself a pat on the back; two claps if it invokes Nonstop Knight from the memory banks. Yes, this one runs like a newer iteration of the prior flaregames hit, except with the king of, well, all things action is the main character.ncn3

The gameplay is fairly easy, and again, identical to Nonstop Knight. Good ol’ Chuck runs through some sort of building, from top to bottom (floor to floor), taking on hordes of baddies intent on doing him harm. This is Chuck Norris though, and all one has to do is to keep him upgraded well enough to take on the insatiable enemies, as well as to unlock and execute special moves when necessary.

After the spectacle of a smilingly maniacal Chuck

A good part of the game is doing the aforementioned upgrades with the collected gold. As Chuck Norris does his dispatching, it makes sense to continually update the attributes (lethality, defense, etc) so as to better equipped to deal with the increasingly powerful enemies. As noted, the action just keeps on and on, and the player’s job is to essentially ensure Chuck’s lifebar stays as high as possible.

The ability to pick when you want to take on a boss is pretty interesting, as it allows the player to amass as much “power” as possible before taking the bad guy on. I also like the Chuck Norris facts that are spewed all over the place; they help the game maintain a comedic feel.

Altogether, it’s a fine game, and it’s free-to-play presentation makes it relatively risk-free.

Nonstop Chuck Norris Review Rundown

8
Graphics/Sound - Delightfully familiar; perfect character for whimsical depiction.
7
Controls - Self-controlling, with a few touch attack options.
8
Gameplay - Self running, with special attack and upgrading user input; game also incorporates boss levels.
8
Replay Value - Quite engaging.
8
Overall - A great sequel to the original.

Download: App available at the Google Play Store »

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