Skelly Archer has two game modes, five mini-games, and tons of monsters to slay with your trusty bow. The graphics look good, and the controls are user-friendly, with two on-screen joysticks. This Windows 10 Mobile game normally costs $1.99, and but thanks to this myAppFree promotion, you can pick up Skelly Archer free for the next 24 hours.
Skelly Archer plays out as a side-scrolling arcade game. Your goal is to destroy all the monsters and collect any treasures you run across. The game has several backdrops that hold 26 levels of play in the classic mode, including a dungeon, desert, forest and suburb scenery. Along with the classic mode of play, Skelly Archer includes a survival mode, in which you battle endless waves of monsters to see how long you can survive.
Additional features of Skelly Archer include six powerful bosses to battle in the classic mode, 10 customizable weapons, eight weapon enhancements, and four weapon upgrades. Movement of your archer and weapon control are handled by two on-screen joysticks.
The gameplay is not terribly difficult, but it can keep you on your toes. The myAppFree deal simply makes it cheaper to pick up the game. Just remember, the deal only lasts 24 hours, and after that Skelly Archer returns to its regular price of $1.99. So act fast!
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George is the Reviews Editor at Windows Central, concentrating on Windows 10 PC and Mobile apps. He's been a supporter of the platform since the days of Windows CE and uses his current Windows 10 Mobile phone daily to keep up with life and enjoy a game during down time.