Bhop pro is a primitive Android graphics simulator designed to hone the skills of hand-to-hand fighting from the young begma studio, for the developers of which this is the first mobile product. The project allows using the full "bunny hop" capabilities as the protagonist moves through the game map by jumping of different lengths. You can master this kind of movement only after spending some time in the training process, and even after that some gamers will not get everything and not always. A characteristic feature of the Bhop pro simulator is the absolute absence of opponents and the need to engage with them in confrontation. After all, the arsenal of blades and knives in this game is for the most part of a decorative character, since it's simply not possible to put all this "good" into action. Game mechanics, apparently, is borrowed by developers from the legendary Counter-Strike project, since the protagonist behaves much like the fighters from the above project. A variety of gameplay in Bhop pro to name the language does not turn, but in order to brighten this shortcoming, the creators have introduced into their novelty a wide variety of game maps and locations, but even so, the gameplay gets bored pretty quickly. But complaining about the authors is not worth it, because, as we said, this is their debut, and the first pancake is often a lump, which happened with the simulator Bhop pro.
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