App description: AN EXPLOSIVE NEW GAME FROM THE CREATORS OF FRUIT NINJA AND JETPACK JOYRIDE!

Colossatron: Massive World Threat is the story of the biggest and most powerful being to ever wage war against mankind. But this time - YOU get to be the bad guy!

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All in all, Colossatron just further shows Halfbricks mastery over mobile games. - GameFreaks

It delivers that same satisfaction you get from finding a perfect match in Candy Crush, but in a completely different way. - GameZebo

Halfbrick has come up with a puzzling, action-packed way to help Colossatron complete his mission of world domination. - Touch Arcade

Constant on-screen destruction is entrancing. - MacLife

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Take charge of a giant robotic snake and smash through cities with ease as you fight to create the most fearsome weapon of all time. Your objective is simple: DESTROY EVERYTHING!

Build and shape Colossatron to overcome the formidable forces of General Moustache and his military units. Battles will intensify quickly as tanks, boom trucks and even aerial bombers swarm Colossatron in seemingly overwhelming numbers.

The key to victory lies in building Colossatron by attaching colored Powercores as they appear. Different colors and unlockable gadgets can be combined to form bigger, badder weapons and stronger Powercores, with thousands of potential combinations. Use everything at your disposal to become the ultimate Colossatron strategist!

The mayhem is broadcast live via the Action News 6 helicopter, with regular story updates from Rick Dalton and Katie Hazard. A collateral damage counter monitors your progress as the battle continues at a furious pace across the globe.

Colossatron: Massive World Threat is fast, fun and non-stop action. The battle starts NOW!

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KEY FEATURES:

Chaotic Campaign Explode your way through seven continents on a destructive trail spanning the entire globe!

Epic Boss Fights Throw down against giant mechs, ballistic gunships and more in a furious fight for survival!

Devastating Weaponry Crush your enemies with a huge arsenal of powerful weapons, impressive upgrades and high-tech gadgets. There are thousands of potential combinations!

Intense Survival Challenges Compete against friends in the ultimate test of skill and strategy. Leave your mark via global Game Center leaderboards for the truly brave of heart!

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Sanuku's comments:




03-23-2014, 11:39 AM
Does anyone know the effective range of the Green Proximity Repair core? Does it repair only the cores beside itself?

Can Rapid Fire upgrade core improve Repair core/ shield core?

Now I'm on Prestige 5 and 80M high score on survival mode City 5, but there are lots of things in this game that are still unclear of how they work. I'm trying to figure them out
03-23-2014, 04:11 PM
Joined: Mar 2012
Location: NY, NY
Posts: 941
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Originally Posted by Cryozeal View Post
Does anyone know the effective range of the Green Proximity Repair core? Does it repair only the cores beside itself?

Can Rapid Fire upgrade core improve Repair core/ shield core?

Now I'm on Prestige 5 and 80M high score on survival mode City 5, but there are lots of things in this game that are still unclear of how they work. I'm trying to figure them out
I don't really know, because I don't use those cores, but you should be able to tell by which other cores are getting the green regeneration animation. I always get the regeneration gadget, so I can't really test it right now either.

It should improve the repair core, but not the shield core since that's just another power-up rather than a turret.

06-11-2014, 02:27 PM
hi, just curious does anyone take supercharger? does a 50% movement speed increase really make any difference? Has anyone written a guide about which are the best 'perks' to choose?
06-16-2014, 04:29 AM
Joined: Feb 2012
Location: Georgia,Cleveland Ohio,Texas,New York
Posts: 1,092
I very much like the old icon
Tryin 2 keep my Godzilla goin on here.
ThnX
06-17-2014, 10:55 PM
Joined: Jan 2013
Location: The Garden of Sinners
Posts: 1,822
Icon looks sorta blurry on my iPad2...

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07-02-2014, 10:54 AM
Joined: Jan 2013
Location: The Garden of Sinners
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If anyone is still here, I have couples of questions

1. Which do you guys think are the most useful Red and Blue cores?

2. Any strategies for dealing with tanks and boom trucks?

3. When you prestige, does the army grow stronger and more resilient or are they just increase in number?

4. Is the Black hole generator any good?

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07-14-2014, 03:00 PM
1st off, I couldn't agree more with whitewolf: bring back the roaring Colossatron icon!

eee, I tried Supercharger and found it harder to manage precise swapping on my tiny Touch screen, though if you're hurting it helps get you away faster toward the next area.

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1. Which do you guys think are the most useful Red and Blue cores?
Red, it's the Missile Launcher definitely 'cause of its range, decent firing rate, and solid damage. The Reaper was a wash, I thought, 'cause it's low damage and really doesn't withstand much itself, still. Cluster Bombs are slow, inaccurate, and have terrible range to the point they miss half the time as your snake moves along. Spread Shot's super weak.

Blue, definitely Lightning Spire for its range, speed, and that it can stun flying enemies which causes them to crash. It also targets below-ground turrets even while closed, on the pesky military bases. Tractor Beam is kick-ass for aerials but only drags tanks to .0 range with practically no damage so I found it overall counter-productive, though if you can manage it, mixing with Fire Nova could be interesting (see next question). Ice Cannon is super-weak.

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2. Any strategies for dealing with tanks and boom trucks?
Beefy Fire Nova units up-front really help against tank clusters especially if you have Focus Fire and/or Recoil and/or a Rapid Fire power-up. Just, stay on top of using it at every possible opportunity, which can become difficult as things get hectic.

I have heard people say Attack Drones work great for that as well, but the delay while they travel to a given cluster ruined it in my experience.

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3. When you prestige, does the army grow stronger and more resilient or are they just increase in number?
Both.

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Originally Posted by squashy View Post
4. Is the Black hole generator any good?
I found it helpful for the final 2 levels once it was lvl 3, but unless they are protected with shields, their damage won't outweigh the investment in units, IMO, plus their range is quite limited. That's why Fire Nova wins out for me over it, which also seems to do more damage.

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