The FPS that launches foam from Hasbro is now accessible worldwide on Android and iOS

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The game features classic NERF blasters hobbyists know and (mostly) love From the perspective of a collector, the game is actually cool since it features quite a few classic blasters like the Jolt, the Trilogy, the Titan, and more. From the trailer, we’ve gathered that it includes all the foam dart firing lines like Zombiestrike, Elite, Ultra, and even the dreaded Elite 2.0 although Rival seems to be missing for some reason.

With NERF: Superblast, Hasbro is back at it again, attempting to create a video game based on their well-known line of foam-shooting firearm replicas that are quite popular among younger kids and even the occasional adult who likes to collect them. Their newest game is a mobile FPS and is now freely accessible on Android and iOS! Since NERF blasters are fairly cool, a game about them ought to do okay, right? Well, NERF: Legends, their most recent game, is a solid indicator that Hasbro hasn’t exactly had a great start in the virtual world. However, it’s possible that this game will alter that.

Highlights

  • If you’re a fan of NERF’s blasters or just someone looking for a casual FPS title, then NERF: Superblast might very well be something you can consider. You can download it from Google Play or App Store. Check out the complete list of upcoming mobile games. For more Mobile Gaming news and updates, join our WhatsApp group, Telegram Group, or Discord server. Also, follow us on Google News, Instagram, and Twitter for quick updates.

  • NERF: Superblast doesn’t look bad going by trailer, although it doesn’t look too good either. From the perspective of a player, the game is slightly on the rougher end with really clunky-looking gameplay and not the best visuals (it seems about on par with the official NERF Roblox game, NERF: Strike). The game features all that you might expect from a basic FPS game like multiplayer, progression systems, multiple maps and weapons, and more.

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