God of War is a fast-paced spear, dagger and sword fighting action game for teens and grownups, inspired by the classic 2007 American fantasy action film (300) and the historical Battle of Thermopylae in 480 BC. You play the role of the mighty King Leonidas of Sparta (a prominent city-state in ancient Greece), returning to his homeland to defend against and defeat the huge invading Persian army, once and for all! To survive in this epic (intense) battle, you need to be lightning-quick on your feet and have insane sword fighting skills along with the ability to lead like a God and destroy like a Barbarian! This game will take you to the extremes of your hand-to-hand-combat fighting capabilities! Good luck Brave King – God of War!
After seven long days, King Leonidas and his 300 Spartans finally fell to King Xerxes and his Persian army of one quarter of a million soldiers. On seeing the brutality of King Xerxes and the bravery of King Leonidas, Zeus (King of the Gods) sent Apollo to revive King Leonidas make him into a “God Of War”. Now, King Leonidas is returning home, to take revenge on the unfortunate Persians. Remember; No Retreat, No Surrender – That’s the way of the Spartan!
How To Play: Your mission is to destroy as many enemy infantry soldiers as you can in order to pass each level. You can see how many warriors you have to eliminate at the start of the level! Once you take-out the required amount, you automatically pass onto the next level. You need to jab/slash and destroy constantly with your weapon in order to halt the onslaught of invaders! Move Up and Down, Left and Right to evade the attackers and then counterattack; Use the following keys on your computer keyboard: (UP) (LEFT) (DOWN) (RIGHT) or (W) (A) (S) (D). To attack, press the (B) and (N) keys and to block, press the (M) key. Have a look at the in-game instructions for more special attack combinations. You can see your Game Level, Health Bar and Score in the top left corner of the game screen. Once your health bar reaches zero – it’s game over. In the top right corner, you can see the number and type of enemy soldiers you are currently fighting. OK, let the battle begin!