Cartoon Strike is a low-poly multiplayer survival shooter based on many different themes.
So yeah, it’s another last man standing game, but the twist is that you take on a whole bunch of different maps inspired by different games. The game draws inspiration from games like Star Wars, CoD, Counter-Strike, For Honor, and even Battlefield.
Cartoon Strike currently has a half-dozen maps all spread out through different eras of time with funny references to the original map. For example, Dirt 2 is a customized Counter-Strike map of Dust2.
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The game also has a map called Royale Island that’s your standard battle royale map that has you looting for gear as you fight to be the last man standing. I think this game has a lot of things going for it, but it needs to to be free to play in order to complete.
Other games that had a unique concept didn’t make it when they charged for the game so they had to transition to free with in-game purchases. Cartoon Strike needs that ease of access and entry in order to compete in this crowded arena.
There are plans to add more maps in the future. While the game isn’t exactly original, it’s still pretty interesting and fun to play. The low-poly graphics work and the game needs some polish, but it has a nice foundation going for it.
You can sign up for Cartoon Strike using the link and get yourself a spot for this survival shooter.
- Nice poly artwork
- Unique concept
- Lots of references to other games
- Another game for the survival fans
- Will it stand out from the crowd of similar games?
Sign up for Cartoon Strike (Beta)
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