Say what you want about Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones, but Anakin and Obi-Wan knew where to party. Remember when they went into that Coruscant bar and hung out with Blade, ED-209, The Terminator, Pinhead, and all those other classic movie characters?
The 1983 movie Scarface with Al Pacino's Tony Montana and his M-16a1 machine gun would have made a really great side-scrolling shooter. And it'd need to have the craziest final level if it followed the movie's story properly.
And it's definitely not safe for children, either—these action figures of famous celebrities and characters are troublemakers. The real Toy Story looks so wholesome by comparison!
The Android version of Fuse Powered's Scarface Multiplayer social mafia game is now available on Google Play.
What good is a drug-fueled murderous rampage if there's no one to share it with? Fuse Powered and Hothead Games' single-player mobile Tony Montana adventure game goes multiplayer today, giving players a chance to make friends, recruit friends, and rob friends.