down to little flashing arrows that appear whenever a room is cleared of enemies.
And like any beat-em-up, Ben starts off as quickly as it can to get to the fighting.
In fact, other than a few mandatory credits screens, Ben Ultimate Cosmic Destruction Alien boots up straight to the file select screen,
where players can get straight to the action with little more than two presses of the A button.
Seconds later, players will be faced with a familiar side-scrolling platform setting,
instantly recognizable regardless of whether they’re fans of Ben or, like certain alien baddies,
consider the eponymous Bens Tennyson their worst enemy. Players have, other than the directional pad,
four buttons at their disposal: one button used to attack, both for ranged and melee blows,
another used for transformation into different aliens, another used for special attacks,
and the last one to jump (and double-jump). Though players can’t change which buttons align to which action,
the general setup should be enough for anyone; it’s simplicity at its finest, and even if players press the wrong button,
they’ll probably have no trouble beating up baddies.
Even if that sounds complicated, the game introduces even the youngest of players to the mechanics of the game slowly and steadily,
with tutorials popping up even as the game approaches its end. Clearly drawing inspiration from the Mega Man series,
Cosmic Destruction provides players with an initial five alien transformations,
with the remaining five unlocked by playing through additional levels.
Each alien transformation, of course, comes with its own unique powers: for instance, the agile Spider Monkey can stick to walls,
making perilous cliffs that much easier to scale, whereas the lumbering Humungousaur walks slowly,
but packs a punch so strong it can break through (certain) walls.
Players will need to use all five of these transformations in traversing the tutorial level, as various puzzles abound;
though most puzzles are simple enough, to the point where they’re color-coded by alien transformation,
pop-up windows appear on the touch screen every now and then if the game senses players need an additional push.
Meanwhile, if veteran players (or simply slightly deviant Ben enthusiasts 10) feel like they’d appreciate a challenge,
they can play as the normal, human Bens Tennyson, whose fisticuffs, oddly enough,
deal just as much damage as most other alien transformations, though he understandably takes a chunk more damage than his other forms.
Download and play Ben Ultimate Cosmic Destruction Alien now!
APKFab.com and the download link of this app are 100% safe. All download links of apps listed on APKFab.com are from Google Play Store or submitted by users. For the app from Google Play Store, APKFab.com won't modify it in any way. For the app submitted by users, APKFab.com will verify its APK signature safety before release it on our website.