Flippy Knife is a compendium of four mini-games where you launch knives tossing them through the air in various ways to impale them into hard surfaces. Kind of like in old movies where it looks easy, but truth is it's quite difficult, and definitely NOT something you should actually be doing in real life. To some extent, Flippy Knife shows some respect to the real-life skill involved when throwing knives, as within the game itself it's still no easy task. Flippy Knife's first mini-game consists in throwing the knife in the air, aiming to pin it upright into a stump as it falls. To do so, you'll have to slide your finger upwards with finesse. In the second mini-game, you'll be hurling knives into the spaces between platforms, while also picking up as many coins as you can. In the third, your goal is to climb as far as you can between two vertical walls, making your way upwards by the knife against the walls. And in the fourth mini-game we will have to throw the knife against a target. With all the coins earned during the mini-games, you unlock new knives. At the beginning you'll only get two, but you can acquire over thirty different weapons to play with, including axes, swords, spears and much more. A major plus is that more than a few of these weapons will certainly ring a bell among avid gaming fans. Flippy Knife is a fun game, offering players variety and quality in equal parts. Visuals within this game are also very good; and it's adapted constraints to 'reality' actually manage to suit real-world physics fairly faithfully.
The best Android games of 2017 This year we've decided to take our 2017 retrospective a step further by selecting ten essential best of genre games on Android. This is the start of the Uptodown Game Awards, and these are our ten candidates. In a few weeks we'll announce the three winners, whose creators will each receive a special prize that we'll unveil very soon. Read more
Our top 10 Android games of the month [August 2017] Lots of games roll out every month in our Android catalogue and we've spend a big chunk of this sweltering month picking out the best of the best. If you don't know what to play, no better way to remedy that than taking a gander at the works included on this list of our top Android video games released on Uptodown during the month of August. Remember: they're all free and lots of them can only be downloaded from our site. Read more
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