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Destroy cities with Colossatron: Massive World Threat; it's the Apple Free App of the Week!

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Tired of playing games where you save the world and fight bad guys? With Colossatron: Massive World Threat, you will play as the bad guy. In fact, you will be "the biggest and most powerful being to ever wage war against mankind." With this game, you are a massive robotic snake with a goal of destroying everything! And from now through Wednesday night, you can download the game for free from the Apple App Store. That's because the game is the Apple Free App of the Week, which means that you will save 99 cents by downloading it now.

According to the listing in the App Store, the key to winning the game is to build Colossatron using colored Powercores as they appear on the screen. "Different colors and unlockable gadgets can be combined to form bigger, badder weapons and stronger Powercores, with thousands of potential combinations. Use everything at your disposal to become the ultimate Colossatron strategist!"

The game is shown through eyes ( or camera, actually) of the "Action News 6 helicopter" and the news team; a meter keeps score of the collateral damage that you are responsible for. To see the game in action, click on the trailer at the top of the story.

By the way, if you are an Android user, there is no need to feel left out. Colossatron: Massive World Threat is a free download from the Google Play Store, although in-app purchases range from 99 cents to as much as $39.99.

Download Colossatron: Massive World Threat by clicking on the appropriate link; (iOS|Android).


source: Apple

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