Clash Of ‘Brothers’ At Your Fingertips!

The Akshay Kumar-Siddharth Malhotra starrer ‘Brothers’ created quite a flutter in the boxing community during its release. Being one of the few Bollywood movies centred around MMA, the film definitely caught the movie-goers’ curiosity. What followed was an interesting game around the same sport, bringing the action from the silver screen to your smartphone. You can now be a part of the action through an app which goes by the same name.

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‘Brothers: Clash of fighters’ beckons MMA enthusiasts and gamers to be a part of the engaging fighting contest. Following the one-on-one close combat style of boxing, the game lets players choose any one of the Eight characters, including the protagonists from the film, David and Monty played by Akshay Kumar and Siddharth Malhotra.

You can engage in the Bollywood action drama between two brothers who fight for the same title, and along the way, even build your knowledge of the sport. If you’re familiar with MMA, you would recognize the moves used by the players, making it engaging and packed with action. But, even if your knowledge of MMA is limited, the app is quite simple to understand and play. It teaches the user different moves which can be executed by simple gestures. And once you become familiar with the moves, you get to control the chosen character as he fights against a strong rival.

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Accompanied by great music which engages the player just as much as the game itself, you can choose one of the two modes and play until you knock out the opponent in order to win the tournament.

If you’re an amateur, you can start with the arcade street fighting. It is a 3-round match and gives you enough time to build your knowledge of the game. You either knockout the opponent or face a knockout yourself. But, if you’re a pro, you might as well go for the tournament mode where each level is tougher than the previous one.

A new update also allows the players to participate in a contest. If you happen to win this one, you get featured as yet another strong fighter character on the game! And to keep the players engaged and leaving them coming back for more, the app offers daily rewards, quests and missions to engage in regularly.

So if boxing is your thing or if you just want some Bollywood street fighter action on your smartphone, the game is available for download at the Google Play Store.

Picture courtesy – apkmaniafeed.com and play.mob.org


by techtalks @TechTalks August 12, 2016 5:17 AM UTC

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