Within the prolific action movie genre, there are names written in gold: Bud Spencer and Terence Hill, Steven Seagal, Bruce Lee, Charles Bronson, Van Damme and, of course, Chuck Norris. This movie hero is now arriving on smartphones and tablets in the form of an application for iPhone and iPad (also available in APK format for Android) thanks to Nonstop Chuck Norris, a beat'em up game in which Chuck we'll be back to save the world once again.
Chuck Norris is also lethal on an iPhone
Delta Force or Invasion USA are excellent action movies that took this actor to the greatest heights in filmmaking. With interpretation skills that aren't within the reach of the best actors in Hollywood and with a didactic, peaceful and always humanistic message in his plots, Chuck Norris taught us that with determination and violence we're capable of doing anything.
In Walker Texas Ranger he taught us that black people are also cool and that guns and weapons are the next best thing after roundhouse kicks. This TV series consolidated him as an all-terrain actor with a filmography that includes some of the best movies in history and a series that's definitely a masterpiece.
The world is a chaos: Chuck Norris will tidy things up.
In any case, we were missing an incursion into the video game world to teach all those anti-Americans, pot-heads, pacifists, communists, and in general, all the baddies on Earth, that he's here to save the planet and guarantee peace all over the world, and especially in North America.
It's a game in which we'll explore non-stop 3D settings in which we'll have to face up against loads of unaware enemies that don't appreciate their life and that will receive a dose of roundhouse kicks and push-up slams. Definitely a great idea:
- Wipe out all your enemies.
- Collect all sorts of objects that you can use to fight: from a selfie stick to a piece of ham.
- Gather exclusive data.
- Unlock pet sidekicks based on Internet memes.
This is definitely a game that Chuck Norris would approve and that you shouldn't wait to download because it's totally free of charge although it does include some in-app purchases.