Cartoon Wars: Gunner+ by GAMEVIL [FREE]

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    Cartoon Wars: Gunner+ is a side scrolling, action-packed game incorporating elements from RPG and adventure genre.
    • MULTIPLE CHARACTERS FOR UNLIMITED ACTION
      Fight against 30 different type of enemies- each with unique skill sets and attacking range
    • WEAPON MASTERY
      Choose from 11 unique array of weapons and master them as you fight against evil troops
    • VENGEANCE PREVAIL
      Gain valuable skills by upgrading weapons and go head-to-head with the evil army to bring back the glory
    • UPGRADABLE SKILLS
      Become the ultimate hero by upgrading and activating the weapons to either active or passive skills
    • BOOST EARNINGS
      Vastly increase Gold and MP earnings by wisely choosing from different type of weapons





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    Check out a gameplay and review video by SmartKetai.com:









    Grab Cartoon Wars: Gunner+ for FREE in the Android Market
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