Junk Norris' Challenges - a dynamic Android arcade gameplay, which involves passing levels in a mysterious tower, where rumors are said to hide untold wealth. But to gain access to the treasures only players who can demonstrate not a hefty intellect in the process of passing ingenious puzzles and insidious trials are able to access. The protagonist of the project is a kind of clone of Chuck Norris - professional hand-to-hand combat, who does not know fear, who always comes out victor over any scrap. Gamers have to prove that they, too, are not bast shoes, trying to earn the most points at once in many ways. All the events in the project Junk Norris' Challenges for the Android platform occur on the floors of the high tower - each of them is a separate test, requiring the gamer of excellent dexterity, care, and sometimes tricky maneuvers. In short, there are many missions in the arcade, they are all different, but they are united by the fact that everything must be done extremely quickly - the gamer must perform the correct sequence of actions, spending no more than a couple of seconds. For the demonstrated professionalism (basically the speed is estimated), the user receives earned points, as well as the game currency, with which new exciting tasks of hardcore complexity are opened.
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