Addictive and challenging games like Lion Chief can be the most effective and simplistic way to have serious fun when playing on long car journeys or stuck away upstairs in a quiet room. Lion Chief is all about a game where you can get really into the scenario and become the King of the Jungle.
The game starts in a very exciting way. You will begin by landing in the heart of the jungle. It’s creepy, strange noises echo all around, unfamiliar territory awaits and you just get that feeling the place is real bad.
However, as the hungry lion, you will have to sharpen up those claws, polish up those strong teeth and get ready to roar like only a lion can. You see, your task is to be fierce, strong, and bold and prowl around the jungle as if you own the place. There is no room for shrinking violets here – only the strong survive.
So with your larger than life teeth and even bigger appetite, you must find food to eat. And this can mean eating a number of different things. Meat will naturally be high up on your menu, so the small rabbits that scurry along the jungle floor will be part of your daily diet. There are also many other meats on the jungle floor besides rabbits and all of which offer a staple form of food for your hungry lion mouth.
There are several traps lurking for you in the jungle, so it’s not just a case of opening your mouth, eating rabbits and other livestock and going on your merry way. Many of the tastier treats are hanging high up in the canopy floor. These are the most fulfilling treats you can feed on but just getting up there is hazardous and risky to say the least.
Obstacles will block your every path and halt you in your tracks. And if you are not smart and ruthless then even you as King of the Jungle can be knocked down a peg or two. Your reflexes are constantly being challenged, you can entertain yourself while waiting and stalking your prey and most of all you can have fun!
I enjoyed Lion Chief as it has superb graphics (essential for the jungle fauna), a neat musical soundtrack and several sound effects of the type you’d normally hear in the heart of the jungle.