It' normal to have a temptation to knock-down a pile of cans and throw a ball to hit a target. Somewhere in back of our mind, we all have a fascination towards destruction and Smash Hit app provides it in its purest form.
The beautiful yet simple worlds that you pass through in Smash Hit may seem like something from Tron: Legacy with a wider colour palette. The objective of the game is fairly simple. There are glass objects on the side and glass panels that come in your way which you simply have to knock down with metal balls.
But then again it would not be too fun to just break glass while standing still—correct? Well that is why Smash Hit places you on moving platform that keeps progressing and moving forwards from one level to another. Also the speed of the platform keeps changing, depending on the number of targets available. The number of metal balls that you shatter objects with is also limited. The limitation forces you to throw as accurately as possible, conserving as many as you can to keep progressing through the levels. Basically its game over when you run out of the metal balls.
The graphics are pretty mind-blowing and the sound effects are stunning. It will keep you glued for hours on end as the sound of the crashing glass is unquenchable making you come back, wanting for more. Moreover the music and audio effects change to suit each stage, where the obstacles move to each new tune making everything run in sync. A notable mention are the physics which comprise of how well the glass objects break up and crash depending on where you hit them. This is expected as the game comes from the house of Mediocre which is known for games with great physics like Sprinkle, and Granny Smith.
The game is free but with limitations. The free version forces you to restart the game from the very beginning every time you run out of the metal balls. The premium versions gives you more options like starting from checkpoints within the levels as well as the ability for cloud backup of your progress (which we guess is across devices). As of now Smash Hit is only available for Android and iOS users.