It’s a crazy fast shooting game that bills itself as an ultimate stick man game where you have got to fight for your girl. Stick and Chick definitely has a tongue-in-cheek element at its theme and it goes without saying that it’s a game that takes place on the streets.
Stick and Chick is all about a hip-hop stick man and it’s safe to say, it’s a shooting game: expect to see guns, girls, beat boxing, stick figures and retro arcade games. Oh, and by the way, did we mention guns?
The key points of the game include fighting through an urban jungle, fighting off everything that happens to be in your way. You will be a gritty urban stick figure that will on more than one occasion be forced to use your gun. And guess what, Stick has a hot chick, she is a hot funky girl that you have to try and save.
But the chick you need to save comes with baggage. Stick’s hot as funk girl has a brother, and he’s none too happy that you are in the house (or on the streets as it were). Brother Thick, as he is known, is a straight up proud and boastful thug and he comes from a gang that rivals your one, and he and his accomplices just want to kick your ass.
You will blast through 10 action-packed, non-stop violent levels full of testosterone throttling bad-ass boss fights! There are a number of grenades and machine guns you can utilize as part of your power ups, and some of these are used directly to take down helicopters.
There are also several jacked up, pimped-up cars that will sit menacingly at the red light, with freaking ninjas staring meanly out from the windows, often blacked out. Gang members roam the mean streets and pack some heat while you pump up that sick beat boxing mix soundtrack, performed by a real-life human.
There are plenty of hilarious actions you’ll be forced to undertake in order to take down Thick and his gang banging chums, many of which will make you and your team laugh out loud. It’s the ultimate street fighting battle where you will have to wander through gritty, suburban roads, jacked-up and burned out cars.
Stick and Chick is also a game you can follow on Twitter, and it has its own Facebook page for tips and tricks from other players.