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Mobile Game Reviews: Let's Talk FootRock 2

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NimbleThor

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In this daily blog (and video)-series I take a first impressions look at the best mobile games that I come by. Be sure to share your favorite mobile game with the rest of us in the comments below!

FootRock 2 is either horrible or actually kinda genius. Or maybe the game is actually both. Think Goat Simulator crazy. 

The game has you run from one end to the other of an American Football field filled with giant wheels, enormous playing cards, dangerous circular saw blades and other obstacles. Your goal is to navigate your way through the map, while shooting everything that stands in your way with an American football that occasionally will turn into a teleport ball or bazooka ball. 

Yes, I know, straight out crazy. And the monetization has you sit through skippable video ads (although very rarely), but I still couldn't help but laugh out loud as I played this game.   

My thoughts on FootRock 2:


Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.epicdreams.crazyfun2&hl=en
iOS: Not yet released

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