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this android game is not fair not fair at all and how a lot of ads pop up in my face every five seconds huh huh? the boss war is not fair we have to shoot the boss and @#$%!ing shoot balls at the same time and all of that work ends up in the trash like this android game
🐓Seems enjoyable, but the control will not let me to aim the cannon at all!🙁 Every time I fire the chicken he ends up close to the ground, not up in the air at all. The directions seem a bit complex as well. Please improve the control and I'll be satisfied to test again.(the graphics by the method are hilarious, amazing job Developers!) Thanks! 🐔🐥😀
Android game play is enjoyable apart from the frequency of adverts. Paid to remove ads. The ads were still there. Emailed the developer but no response. Got a via Google. Uninstalled now. Ads not being removed seems to be a common theme according to other reviews, want I'd read them first :) EDIT: This also appears to be a complete to rip off of Knock Balls. If not, they ripped this off but did it better :)
The problem being a character is the morning after. Cannon for Cordoba is directed by Paul Wendkos and written by Stephen Kandel. It stars George Peppard, Giovanna Ralli, Raf Vallone, Pete Duel, Don Gordon, Nico Minardos, John Larch, John Russell and Francine York. A Panavision/De Luxe Color production, melody is by Elmer Bernstein and cinematography by Antonio Macasoli. "In 1912 the border between Texas and Mexico was aflame with the raids of Mexican bandit hordes who called themselves revolutionaries. To combat them the American government dispatched General John J. (Blackjack) Pershing to with the bandit raiders, one of the most risky of whom was General Hector Cordoba!" A Paella Western crammed to the brim with machismo and action, Cannon for Cordoba is in desperate need of re-evaluation by the Pasta Western loving crowd. The huge issue the movie has is that it is so indebted to a number of other "men on a mission" movies, it has struggled to gain for actually doing the format well. Undeniably the viewing experience is greatly helped if you are like me, a fan of such movies like The Guns of Navarone, The Dirty Dozen, Where Eagles Dare, The Specialists and The Wild Bunch etc, because this is basically the Paella ver of those films. Shot on zone in Spain, with what now would be called a modest budget, it's pacey, explosive, pleasing in visuals and very well performed in the traditional Pasta Western sense. While the grim textures come courtesy of torture, hostility and terrorism. Plot basically entails U.S. Troops Captain Rod Douglas (Peppard) taking a very little gathering of miscreants over the border into Mexico, their mission is to infiltrate Cordoba's (Vallone) mountain stronghold and destroy the cannons claimed by Cordoba's bandits earlier in the play. The threads that run through the plot see one of the group holding a grudge versus his leader, another that has the lady of the mission operating on justifiable revenge driven ends, and with so a lot of people wanting Cordoba dead, Douglas is up versus it since he's under orders to bring the General back alive to face public and inevitable execution. There's an unsubtle whiff of cynicism throughout the picture, the sly asides to the Vietnam Battle problem carrying a glint in the eye as cheeky as Peppard's performance. Oh it's no notice movie, Wendkos and his squad are firmly intent on tapping into the zeitgeist of those formula films previously, there for sure is no overt attempts at political lecturing, but the scent is there and keeps the pic smelling wholesome. Cast are the expected mixed bag for such a production. Peppard is every inch a Spaghetti Western anti-hero, perky blue eyes, stubbled face fuzz and constantly chomping on a cigar, he's the fulcrum of the viewing experience and he's amazing company to be in. Vallone is on wonderfully oily villain duties, yet charming into the bargain as well, Duel is nicely edgy and Ralli (I search it hard to write her name without swooning) is a ball of deviousness. Wendkos favours tilted pan shots for his action scenes, which work to a point but then feel like, well, what's the point? While Bernstein provides a robust score that stirs the blood to boiling point. Under seen and under valued? You betcha. 7.5/10