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80
iPadApp Spy (Sep 15, 2011)
Serious Sam: Kamikaze Attack! is a perfect companion to a game world that already prides itself on cranking the challenge to 11. A fun pick up if you love the series or you're after a quirky new distraction.
80
iPhoneApp Spy (Sep 15, 2011)
Serious Sam: Kamikaze Attack! is a celebration of the unbridled fun and silliness that makes the series so enjoyable to play while adding some neat touches to the endless platforming formula.
70
iPhonePocket Gamer UK (Sep 19, 2011)
Fittingly shallow and suitably silly, this auto-runner is one of the better examples of the genre, if still limited in its appeal
70
iPhoneGameZebo (Sep 18, 2011)
It’s hard to knock anything about a game with as much spirit as Serious Sam: Kamikaze Attack. It was obviously made by someone who is a big fan of the series, and it plays very well with those of us who are “in the know”. Playing the villain in a game is always fun, but getting to play a headless one with bombs for hands who wants to blow up the hero just makes me giddy.
70
iPadGameZebo (Sep 18, 2011)
It’s hard to knock anything about a game with as much spirit as Serious Sam: Kamikaze Attack. It was obviously made by someone who is a big fan of the series, and it plays very well with those of us who are “in the know”. Playing the villain in a game is always fun, but getting to play a headless one with bombs for hands who wants to blow up the hero just makes me giddy.
70
iPhoneTouch Arcade (Sep 19, 2011)
You'll get the occasional ribbing and off-the-wall humor of the Serious Sam series in the form of sound effects and the incidental visual cue, and as a weird standalone package, Kamikaze Attack works well. Running around without a head and with bombs for hands is far more fun than you'd think, and even if the game doesn't ramp up the challenge as much as most of its ilk, the total quirk and oddness of it all should make for an enjoyable experience for most.
70
iPadTouch Arcade (Sep 19, 2011)
You'll get the occasional ribbing and off-the-wall humor of the Serious Sam series in the form of sound effects and the incidental visual cue, and as a weird standalone package, Kamikaze Attack works well. Running around without a head and with bombs for hands is far more fun than you'd think, and even if the game doesn't ramp up the challenge as much as most of its ilk, the total quirk and oddness of it all should make for an enjoyable experience for most.
60
iPadModojo (2012)
For $0.99, though, the game's worth a look, especially if you're a Serious Sam fan and get Croteam's special brand of humor, which Be-Rad captured perfectly.
50
iPadSlide to Play (Sep 22, 2011)
For a buck, it's a cheap way to whet your appetite for the upcoming console/PC return of Sam, but has little appeal beyond that.
50
iPhoneSlide to Play (Sep 22, 2011)
For a buck, it's a cheap way to whet your appetite for the upcoming console/PC return of Sam, but has little appeal beyond that.