Drag Tag Smash Out Now For Android

Guide targets into your foes and wrack up them high scores in Thumbstar's new mobile arcade release.

Posted By | On 05th, Oct. 2012


Thumbstar’s Drag Tag Smash, wherein you use your enemies against each other in a totally fair and not at all cruel war of attrition, is out now worldwide for Android. Described as “a re-envisioning of the classic arcade action shooter and set to an awesome electro soundtrack”, Drag Tag Smash’s gameplay implores you to tag targets and then pull them towards enemies for collision-based purposes.

Obviously Thumbstar wants to appeal to the Arcade gamer in us all, so the controls will be easy to pick up and the gameplay malleable enough to allow for the trillions of points on the high score we’re all so used to.

Drag Tag Smash marks Thumbstar’s sixth mobile gaming title this year and is helmed by veterans Martin and Gareth Edmondson. Check it out at the Google Play Store here. And remember: Using your enemies’ brothers against them is not only legitimate in war, but it’s fair.


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