This mobile game is straight out of a film!

Super Dragon Punch Force 3 released on mobile and PC

The release of Super Dragon Punch Force 3 marks the entry of a brand new title into the catalogue of Talent Digital Art, a South African video game studio. And it's a rather special game that we're going to introduce to you, because it actually accompanies Sam Raimi's film Boy Kills World, which is being released at the same time.

Release of Super Dragon Punch Force 3 based on Boy Kills World

Fans of offbeat cinema and video games may be interested in the release of Dragon Punch Force 3 on Android, iOS and PC. This 1v1 fighting game is based directly on the film Boy Kills World, which was released in selected cinemas on 26 April this year, and lets you immerse yourself in an anecdotal element of the story that simply gives voice to the main character.

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Super Dragon Punch Force 3

Dragon Punch Force 3 is a free-to-play 2.5D title with special effects, a growing roster of characters to customise with skins and, above all, matches against AI or in PvP. The film and gameplay of SDPF 3 are clearly inspired by the themes and aesthetics of Kill Bill, Squid Game and Battle Royale.

If you're looking for other fighting games on your phone, I can recommend Skullgirls or Flash Party, for example.

A completely crazy film with a video game voice

Boy Kills World is a completely crazy film that isn't really reflected in the release of Super Dragon Punch Force 3. A young mute boy who loses his family takes on the internal voice of a video game to represent his inner dialogue and decision-making. His name is Boy and he is taken in by a mysterious shaman.

He fights the reign of the Van Der Koy family by training in the martial arts with this very demanding man, so that one day he can assassinate those responsible for this reign of terror.

Boy Kills World is a strange mix of thriller, blood, comedy and The Hunger Games. Without spoilers, the evil isn't where you'd expect it to be... but in fact it is. The script is very predictable and you simply have to be a fan of fight scenes and what the fuck internal dialogue to really enjoy the show.

Personally, it's not my style of film, but you can tell there's a lot of heart behind it. What's more, I like the idea of being able to enjoy an interactive extension of the cinematic universe with the release of Super Dragon Punch Force 3.

Yaya Yaya would never have spent a single cent on a mobile game. At least, that's what the legend says.
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