Windows 8, 10 App Check: Stickman 2D Evolution
More than one year ago, we were sharing with you a Windows 8 app that you could use to create a story with Stickman in Windows 8. Now, we have found the new Stickman 2D Evolution that we’re going to talk about below.
We have found out about the Stickman 2D: Evolution Windows 8 game when Microsoft has rolled out the latest Red Strip Deals. The game is currently available for only $1.49 but its price will go up after the temporary promotion will end. The game is filed in the Arcade category and comes with a size of slightly more than 60 MB, so it will be gentle with your storage.
Best Windows 8 Stickman game gets released
The magic of stickman drawing brought to life on your screen! In Stickman 2D: Evolution, you will draw each stickman you send into battle. How well you draw determines how healthy your stickman is. You then send them to capture diverse objectives such as guard towers and village bonuses, with the ultimate goal of winning each battle and moving on to the next Age of stickman evolution.
Stickman 2D: Evolution takes the classical Stickman drawing game a little further for Windows 8 devices. The game is pretty interactive and the quality of your drawing determins the outcome of the battle. Your final mission is to move into the next Age of your stickman’s evolution. If you’re not read to pay the entire price, you can choose the free trial version to see if the game is really that great.
The game comes with plenty of features, such as different Stickman types, from prehistoric caveman to modern rocket wieding infantry; ability to use the game with touch and desktop controls; four Ages: Stone Age, Iron Age, Renaissance, and Modern Age; Endless Stickmen mode, aditional “Challenge” levels, and “Insane” difficulty mode.
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