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Colossatron is a Megabeast From Outer Space, Sent to Destroy Our Planet

Collosatron is by no means a new game on Google Play, but for some reason, it has taken me a long time to download and play. Now that we are all done with CES, I sat down and have given it a fighting chance, but now I am disappointed I haven’t been playing it sooner. The game is great, as you play as a mechanic serpent beast from outer space, whose sole purpose is destroy the planet.

Once you crash land on Earth, you quickly assemble a monster made up of different parts. There are various colors to collect, and each one does something different. Some parts are for health, others for weapons, and others for defense. When you add parts of the same color, they create even more powerful parts, and you continue on and so forth until you have destroyed the entire city. Once you have annihilated one region, your monster is reset and you start from the beginning.

The game is only $0.99, and it is made from the same game studio as Jetpack Joyride. The graphics are well done, the music is nice, and the overall gameplay receives very high marks.

Definitely go check this title out if you haven’t already.

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  • American Patriot

    Please don’t tell me this monster will again, hold Tokyo hostage to its rampaging!
    Tokyo ALWAYS pays the price….at least in the ’50s and ’60s Sci-Fi TV shows.

  • TheOgler

    There’s also a free version for Chrome.

    • gunslinger

      it’s just an ad

      • TheOgler

        Noted. Thanks for the correction.

  • DoctorOta

    I used some google play credit I had kicking around on this game. To be honest it’s fun at first a great time killer but sadly once you beat the game once through it loses a lot of it’s appeal. The fact that you can’t control the monster is rather frustrating because there are situations it tends to get into that are out right dumb. In order to level up and beat the levels again after your prestige it takes lots of grinding to save up the amount of in game money and power cores to really make it worth while. Fun game the first time through but the repetitiveness makes it lose a lot of appeal.rather quick. Just my $.02. Thanks google survey for funding this game for me though.

    • Jeff718

      I haven’t gotten a survey since about a week after the Rewards app was released. Google probably already knows more than they want to know about me. 🙁

      • Adrynalyne

        Seems like I get them bi-monthly. Sad thing is, the last two only yielded .50 total.

        • JoshGroff

          And you lose the credit after 30 days, yep, story of my life.

          • John Legere

            Good ol Google, or whoever runs the stupid surveys.

          • zurginator

            Wait what.

          • JoshGroff

            Yeah, if you don’t spend it, kinda useless when you get less than $.99 usually.

          • DoctorOta

            Really haven’t lost anything since I started taking them and that’s been since the app was released. Just spent for this first time on christmas.

        • zurginator

          I used 2 different email accounts for my 2 devices, so sometimes I’ll get the same survey twice. 😀

    • Kevin

      I don’t think I’ve ever finished an Android game.

  • Intellectua1

    I’ve downloaded so many games and never play them I don’t think it’s smart for me to download anymore.. I just can’t get into mobile gaming..

    • sc0rch3d

      The only 2 mobile games so far that I have been “fully immersed” is Room (that didn’t take long to beat) and Dead Space. Other than that, I have the random popular assortment of time-passing brain teasers and card games. Some games are fun on N7, but only marginally.

  • Jeff718

    $0.99 app purchase, plus in-app purchases? Pass.

    • Colton

      plus every review (not literally) says that you can’t control the monster?! blasphemy.

    • Just beat the game’s missions and I didn’t buy a single thing…usually games offer ways for players to quickly level up. Doesn’t mean you have to “pay to play.” Go try it for yourself.

      • zurginator

        IMO this is a really good way to handle in-app purchases (if true).

        Please the core gamers by giving them a game that’s awesome. Please the casual gamers by giving them an easier way to experience the title. Devs win, Core players win, and Casual players win.

    • TheDrunkenClam

      Ironically many people who say this stuff paid $60.00 for the latest recycled dudebro COD game.