Fight Paranormal Activity In Ghostbusters: Slime City Game


Android is the largest smartphone platform in the world, and it's not really a surprise so many games are available for the OS. You can find a ton of different titles available in the Google Play Store, and that number is constantly rising. That being said, most of you have probably watched the Ghostbusters movie, which is quite old at this point, or have, at the very least, watched the new one that premiered quite recently, even though it's not exactly loved by the critics. Either way, Ghostbusters have been a thing for a long time now, mainly thanks to the first movie, and now you can play an all-new Ghostbusters game if you want to, read on.

The 'Ghostbusters: Slime City' game has been released by Activision not that long ago, and it has been downloaded and installed by over 1 million people at this point, and the reviews in the Google Play Store are quite good actually. Now, as you might assume, you'll be hunting down ghosts and similar creatures in this game. As far as its genre goes, this is an action title, but it's not your regular third-person or first-person shooter, far from it. This game will likely remind you of some older games where you basically just needed to hit the target on the display, much like the old duck hunting game from old consoles. This game isn't exactly like that, the graphics are far better, and there are tons more gameplay elements here, but it definitely reminded us of some older titles. You will be thrown in various situations in this game where you'll need to react fast and stop ghosts and all sorts of creatures from escaping your grasp in order to save the city. As you progress, you'll be collecting new weapons and power-ups which will help you down the road.

There are tons of levels for you to go through here, and you'll even be able to customize your character before you begin. The game is free to play, even though in-app purchases are included here. If you like fast-paced action games and Ghostbusters at the same time, this might be worth trying out, it's free after all.


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