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Gameshastra’s Krrish 3: The Game gives gamers a chance to hop across buildings as Krrish, Kaal or Kaya; also offers a 3D overview of Mumbai
Fast, slick and endless — three words that best describe Krrish 3: The Game developed by Gameshastra. Although it was first launched exclusively for Windows phones, the game recently made its way on to the App (iOS) and Google play (android) stores.
The game play is just like any other endless running game that we have seen in the past. On the main menu, you can select the character you want to play — be it Krrish, Kaya or Kaal (Kaal is only available on Windows app as of now).
You can then choose a backdrop for your game from among the options — New city (rooftops, Santa Cruz), old city (township, residential) and industrial zone (steel mill, refinery). Each of these areas are in 3D, as they feature various aspects of the city in them.
Don’t forget to catch the Bandra – Worli Sealink in the background while running across giant posters of the Tata Manza car (good way of utilising ad space). After making the necessary selection, the gamer can proceed ahead with either offline, quick or a customised match.
He/she has to get ready to live up to the role of a superhero (or a mutant if they choose Kaya), as you hop across from building to the other, while performing acrobatic stunts and using gadgets like freeze mine (where you can freeze the enemies) and other weapons to take down the enemies that attack you on the way. You need to slide up to climb buildings or try catching hold of red, glowing stones, in order to gain more points. It’s fun when you take over as the player and get a chance to perform parkour moves while traversing through the city’s skyline as your favourite character from the film. Graphics are average. Some backdrops looking eerily similar to 24:
The Game (especially the Sea Link). The music is fast and pacey, while the tutorial is good enough to help you understand the game play.