Crimsonland

4.8
932 reviews
5K+
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Content rating
Teen
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About this game

Thousands of aliens, mutant lizards, giant spiders and more are on the attack - can you survive the onslaught? Crimsonland is an intense and gratifying top-down dual stick shooter from the golden age of arcade action games. Your screen will be filled with literally hundreds of monsters, and must blast them to bits or die trying! Complete sixty quests to unlock a massive array of awesome weapons and abilities, then unleash your arsenal in Survival modes with online leaderboards.

Features:
- Sixty missions in the Quest mode
- Five survival modes with Google Play Games leaderboards
- 30 unique weapons
- 55 awesome perks
- 21 Google Play Games achievements
- Gamepad support
Updated on
Dec 1, 2019

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4.8
932 reviews
Travis Knickerson
August 29, 2020
Love the gameplay, reminds a lot of endless zombie rampage 2. I think it's called. If it was set up like that with a base and tons of upgrades it would be worth the price. Still a great game. Needs more to it though. Defend the flag? Time trials? Definitely make an open world game with this sort of style. K.i.s.s. base, weapons, upgrades, trading, areas, levels, perks, upgradable everything all the time. Cap out at like 20 at least. Walk up to search things like that.
33 people found this review helpful
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spencer
September 21, 2022
Still the same Crimsonland I remember from the old days. Clean game with great design. Love the perk system and the large amount of different weapons and enemies keeps the game interesting for a while.
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Vlad Meșco
September 20, 2020
This game continues to be awesome after many, many years. The gamepad controls translate OK to touch screen, though you still have the optionto hook up a gamepad. I feel the game gives you more ammo per clip compared to the PC version, but I may just be imagining things.
18 people found this review helpful
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What's new

- Improved gamepad support
- Minor bug fixes