Hordz 3D for BlackBerry 10 - Will you have the skills to survive?

By James Richardson on 12 Aug 2013 04:44 am EDT
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You've got to have some ninja like skills to do well with Hordz 3D for BlackBerry 10, but luckily practice makes perfect. If you are looking for a action packed fun game then you have come to the right place.

Once you begin playing Hordz 3D you'll be given a tutorial as the game is all about on-screen gestures. From the spooky mist will appear a variety of scary characters - ranging from evil witches to vampires. Each 'bad guy' requires a different gesture to destroy it and you'll need to master these as once they start walking towards you it's either kill or be killed.

As you would expect - the first few levels of the game are pretty easy and these are really just there to get you to grips with the gestures. Some characters you will need to swipe upwards to kill, some to the side and others need a double tap. After these first few levels things get spiced up a lot as that's when you will have multiple enemies coming at you - hence the ninja skills. You will need to have your brain on full power as you'll have to remember which character needs what gesture to kill it. It sure gets pretty manic when you have so many evil creatures trying to get to you.

In terms of graphics Hordz 3D is pretty sweet. That, combined with the sound effects and smooth (yet manic game play) makes for a great all round experience.

Full features of the game include:

  • A defense game with a unique first-person perspective.
  • Over 50 levels of finger-twisting 3D horror action.
  • 2 monsters ready and eager to eat your face.
  • Multi-touch attacks with higher scores for simultaneous kills.
  • Silly monster sound effects and pumping original tunez.

The game is available for all BlackBerry 10 devices and comes with a price tag of £1.50/$1.99.

More information/Download Hordz 3D for BlackBerry 10

7 comments

ya3goub

I can't not buy games to support the devs who are supporting BlackBerry, but I ran out of storage long back and had to delete most of my games to make space for new ones... this looks like a nice game to buy though!

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7onZ

I had this problem too long time ago. I just uninstall games and download them when ever I needed to thanks to My World. I just keep the best current game I play then bounce to another one after I finished it or lost the hang of it.

ya3goub

The problem with this is that I lost all my saves in long games like Dark Knight Rises and Spiderman. But now way I could keep those installed! After I finished the game I deleted them with no hesitation.

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frinzo

Can't we store it in SD card?

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LanguageBug

Works nicely on PlayBook also.