JAWS.io – OK! So this is one of those (.io) games… 😅

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Sharks are well… sort of scary… especially when we are talking about megalodon level ginormous sea creatures who should probably just go and munch on a house 🏠 or something and leave us little people alone. 😫

If you can’t tell, I don’t like sharks… 🦈💔

Which is why it is super weird that I am the one writing about a new (.io) game called JAWS.io (by Universal Studios Interactive) and as you can guess, it’s all about the sharks… 😂

Thanks, guys… I really love you all so much… 😈

 

 

Set on a small boat in the middle of the ocean, your mission in this game is to use your skills as a captain to shoot a massive shark without getting so close that your boat gets eaten. Pretty simple eh? 🤷‍♀️

Played with around 6-8 other players, the first one to kill the megalodon is magically transformed into the next megalodon who WILL proceed to wreak havoc on their former comrades! I’m so glad this game doesn’t feature an in-game voice chat…

With each round lasting only 90 seconds, the player to either kill the most megs or kill the most players as the meg is the winner – in most cases, the latter since being the enemy gives you way more points.

 

 

With simple touch and drag controls, a bunch of different skins for you to either unlock or purchase, and an offline mode – which means the “people” you are playing against probably aren’t real people, JAWS.io is a game we had a lot of fun playing for a bit, but can’t see ourselves playing for longer than a week.

There really isn’t enough content to make us want to keep playing…

The Conclusion

If you’re in for a quick LOL this is a game you may just want to check out!


Want to give JAWS.io a try? The download link is just below.📲
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2 COMMENTS

  1. LOL! So you play both the enemy and the hero, and you get more points as the enemy!?

    • Actually, yes… It’s kind of stupid, but that is what you do! And I can say from experience, it is WAY MORE FUN to play as the enemy. Just sating 😉

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