Smash Hit

Day 29 – Smash Hit

What more can I say? The title says it all. Smash Hit has been released for quite a while now and already has a large following and over 50 Million downloads on the Google Play Store alone. I can see why the game has done so well and has proven to be such a smash hit with fans around the world. The aim of the game is to tap and throw small metal balls to smash pieces of glass before you hit in to them. To make things more challenging, all the pieces of glass are different shapes and sizes.

The smashing and breaking of the glass is hugely satisfying, and with the music and colours combined it provides a great deal of serenity after a long stressful day. But it’s not as simple as just smashing glass, you have to be quick to react and you can’t take your eyes away for too long or you’ll find yourself at a loss. I did, more than once. The fact there are zero adverts is an added bonus and stops you getting distracted every couple of minutes. 

And as a reminder, these reviews are all my own opinion, but this game is certainly worth a go.

Download Smash Hit

Smash Hit
Smash Hit
Developer: Mediocre
Price: Free+

Smash Hit
Smash Hit
Developer: Mediocre AB
Price: Free+

Editors Note: Not sure what the ’90 Day Challenge’ is all about? Take a read of this blog post, and all will become clearer. 

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About the author

Ben Woolf

Ben Woolf is a Founding partner and CEO at ANDi Games Ltd. With a (BA) in Business Administration at Leeds Business University, Ben brings working knowledge and experience in strategic planning and action, international operations, events, relationships, lean budgeting and more to ANDi Games Ltd.

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