Punch Quest is a great fun game with a really stylized environment that gives you that chance to get out all of your daily frustrations by cycling through a game by punching things along the way. Punch, punch, punch. It’s truly a stress reliever.
The game is set up with a continuous running track where you will consistently meet foes and threats and enemies along your path that you must punch to defeat by leaping or confronting each as you meet them. If you could choose just one thing to do as you play a game, punching surely rates right up there. The monsters just keep coming and you simply use a two tap system to control your player and his punching movements as you play. It’s highly addictive and with its endless cycle, you can play for hours.
The game is free to play and you will collect currency in the form of punchos as you play and you can use these to purchase upgrades as you go. You will collect them through using combos and the more combos, the more punchos. Tapping with your right and left thumbs will help you to delivers jabs or hooks or uppercuts to your opponents to down them as you continue on your merry way. If you hit the left side, you’ll pummel them with an uppercut and the right side will control the rapid forward jab.
The more enemies that you defeat, the more you’ll be able to use your combos to earn more points. There are numerous extras that you can unlock such as different punch options or extra paths, making the action variable and exciting so that you never get bored. You’ll be able to play for extended periods of times and you’ll want to return to it often. The game stages and dimensions are constantly changing so the paths are not repetitive. The graphics are great, with a comic like style that suits the tone of the game well. The variety of different opponents and obstacles that you’ll meet along the way are endlessly entertaining and if you like the mode of endless running, you’ll be hooked on this game in no time.
You can think about all of the little irritations that have popped up for you through the course of your day like traffic and cranky bosses and punch them right in the face. And here’s something that you won’t want to punch into last week – it’s free. Yep, free. And it’s easy to earn the punchos that you need to unlock upgrades along the way so you’ll not even need to invest in those extras. You can if you like, but the addictive quality of this game will keep you playing and you’ll notice your points soaring from playing alone.
The game is highly recommended unless you are the kind of person that will ignore your regular life responsibilities in favour of playing a game that is completely addictive because then you’re in trouble. This game will hook you right in. Go and get out there and punch something!