Welcome to another mobile game review! Over the Summer we took a look at Brine Hotshot, and today we have a similar game: Flick Lacrosse LITE from Crosse Studios. In this game, there is only one level, no extra gear, and no in-game leader boards…but in the end it turns out to be the the more fun game when you just pick up and play. How is that possible you ask? Read on to find out!
Brine has responded to the criticisms I, and others, have put forth about their new mobile game, Hotshot, in the best possible way: with an update designed specifically to address those criticisms. I’ve spent a week playing the new update, and am ready to re-review the game.
Thank God it’s Labor Day! Thanks to those good ol’ Knights of Labor, we had an extra day to keep the weekend alive and celebrate the end of summer.
Brine Hotshot, the second mobile game from Brine Lacrosse, shoots into our review section after weeks of playing. Available both for Apple and Android devices, Brine’s mobile sequel adds new elements to its original creation.
ROAR Sports Drinks are based out of Long Island, and the company focuses on a newer, more extreme sport community, of which lacrosse is a part. Kids all over Long Island, New York, and the Northeast have been giving ROAR a shot, so we figured we should too! Plus they sent us 12 bottles of product to try out… how could we not?
Joe Eck checks out the newest lacrosse game to the lax nation – Lacrosse Dodge!