Bloody Harry is one looney game.
It does not seem to be going along in a particular path except maybe complete nutter one.
So you are a badass chef, not Gordon Ramsey or Guy Fieri, they are…we ourselves don’t know who, what or why they are but not badass for sure, Harry on the other hand, although a game character is more inspiring in both chef-ing and badass-ing.
As you roam around the city at night, your mission is to hunt down the zombified vegetables and that’s it!
It seems pretty weak premise but hold your horses, you get to have a never-ending supply of ammo, verities of sweet guns and weapons, mad super powers and crazy bosses.
When we talk about hand held games, the story or deep background of the premise hardly matters what matters actually is the gameplay and that is…
You walk around at the cold dark streets in the flickering street lamp’s meek lights routing down zombie veggies, yes, you are reading right, there’s nothing wrong with your eyes or this device this information is on.
With you, you get bunch load of different weapons like hand guns, shotguns, assault rifles, rocket launcher and even bombs to destroy those dangerous critters.
But the huge challenge comes up when the boss zombie comes around who can devour down all your ammo first before engaging you in a battle.
There are many simple and crazy things to do in here that brings a smile on your face, the overall feel is sort of nostalgic as the game plays like Double Dragon like, only with guns here.
The controls are nifty, the music and sounds and the graphics are as good as they should be and the whole point of playing this game is enjoying yourself a mad chef’s antics firing away the heads off of a zombie carrot.
Developed and presented by FDG Entertainment GmbH &amp; Co. KG, it is available on Google Play store and takes about 42 MB of memory space and works best on Android 2.3 and up.
It’s a mad shooter with an even madder plot of a meathead chef rampaging on zombie vegetables, what more do you want from the universe?