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Overall, for a title that sells for around 5 USD, you get more than enough to make the purchase worthwhile with over 20 levels to have fun in. If you're old enough to watch a Saturday morning cartoon, there is nothing in here I'd be worried about a child seeing from a moral perspective. In general, if you want a nice love letter to the retro platformer era of the NES days, this is a good place to start.
GamesReviews (Jul 03, 2020)
Clash Force isn’t Contra, but it is a fun throwback with a Saturday Morning cartoon vibe. There are some things that could be better with this one but if you want a fun and sometimes challenging run and gun game, you could do a lot worse than Clash Force!
Two Beard Gaming (Jul, 2020)
If there was a multiplayer option or an in-game leaderboard (even if local), Clash Force could have been a pretty good title. However, as a solo experience, it soon gets repetitive and the being unable to see any tally of your progress other than stage selection means you aren’t likely to play this again and again.
LadiesGamers (Jul 21, 2020)
Clash Force is a fun simple coffee game that has the nostalgia of the ‘80s but won’t do anything to particularly surprise you. If you’re looking for a simple fun, run and gun platformer this will scratch that itch at a nice price to boot. But if you’re looking for something with more depth you can give this one a miss. Much like an episode of He – Man it won’t cause any harm if you miss one episode. There’s always next Saturday!
Pure Nintendo (Jul 06, 2020)
Minus co-op, with some late cheapness and lack of character diversity, knocks Clash Force down several pegs. It’s certainly not a bad little release, but if you’re looking for a higher quality title from Spicy Gyro Games with more meat on its bones, I highly recommend Polyroll instead.
Switch Player (Aug 31, 2020)
Clash Force does little to justify its existence outside of being an almost competent attempt at celebrating both earlier cartoons and games. Impersonating others whilst failing the carve out a niche for yourself is never a good recipe for success.