Published On: Sat, Dec 1st, 2012

Death Dome

I certainly miss those times when gaming was all about arcade fighting games. Remember Street Fighter? Mortal Kombat? Tekken? Those are all some amazing games but now the experience can be re-lived but with none of these mainstream titles. Death Dome will help you to re-experience all of those memorable moments along with all the fun you get with fighting games. Amazing graphics and a chilling environment is what you’ll get. The game is set in a time where you will have fight it out with deformed monsters, in a 3D world. There are so many effective moves you can learn to help win the battles against the numerous enemies that will comes you way.

Death Dome takes you to a dark place. There’s a virus known as the M virus and then has turned the human species into enormous, angry monsters. Monstrous muscle is just one of those things you’ll see as there are some that come with more than that. It’s nice to see how a smartphone app/game can offer you the console quality all throughout, given the size of the screen, with a smooth experience.

As you make your way through the game, the difficult of the levels becomes harder and harder, and the bosses at each level will become tougher too. The controls of the game are pretty simple. You can dodge your character to either side, use the on-screen shield to block yourself from attacks and use simple swipe gestures to make attacks and slashes to the enemy. When you build enough momentum from your attacks, you will be able to action a flux. This special move simple gives you a period of super-powerful attacks. You can even perform a “Finish Him” at the end of the round.

You can easily establish the fact that this game is more focused on the mature audience. It does include some scenes of violent action with bags of gore all over the game. Just imagine having to fight all those disgusting looking creatures from Resident Evil at one time. Everything plays out amazingly especially if you’re using a phone with a vibrant screen and a crystal clear display.

The size of the game might be enough to put some people off because it’s nearly 500MB, especially if you don’t have access to a wireless network. Death Dome is a freemium game so you should expect to pay some real cash if you want to see yourself progress through the game. However, there is some free fighting in the game but that only comes in the starting levels.

Overall, the game is brilliant as it refreshed the arcade game experience. The game features some amazing graphics and sounds quality all topped off by a simplistic experience. It’s not heavy on your mental aspects but if you need some mindless killing, there’s no better solution.

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