Burn The City
Works on phones and tablets with Android 2.2 or better.
Permissions are to unlock new Characters through in-app purchase.
Burn The City T-Shirts: http://www.zazzle.com/burnthecity
- Kotaku's Gaming App of the Day Oct 25, 2011
- One of Knuckle Up's mobile games of the week on G4tv (Oct 31, 2011)
Full version is Ad-Free and contains:
- 70 levels with more on the way!
- Three fireball types!
Updated: January 14, 2013
Version 2.91 [10.48576 MB]
Burn the City’s title perfectly sums up its gameplay. Placing you in the shoes... er, claws of a fire-breathing newborn lizard, you’ll reign fire on human cities that stole your family. Using familiar physics-based gameplay it’s quite easy to shrug off the game as another Angry Birds clone. While it may seems unfair to compare it to Rovio’s series behemoth, Burn the City (also available as a free version) attempts to a...Read full review »
Love child of Angry Birds a... by distantlurker
I must be the only person on the planet who hates angry birds. I felt compelled to finish it as my younger sister had lorded over her brother, "the gamer geek", how much further along she was. This would not stand! By the end, I was sick of it, I hadn't been that enamoured at the beginning in truth. So when I won a free copy of 'Burn the City', very much an angry birds clone where your Giant Not Godzilla™ Due To Copyright Reasons, fire breathing, green Dino; literally burns cities (read:Skyscrapers, nuclear power plants, cranes, planes and the like) to the ground; I wasn't overly keen. Turns out that my instincts weren't too far off the mark. The game is very smooth; has a nice, if somewhat repetitive theme and does indeed do the job of passing a quick 15 minutes on the bus. The lack of variety however, even makes angry birds seem 'broad' by comparison. Fun, well made but obviously derivative.