Nonstop Chuck Norris

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Chris Morris, Common Sense Media
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Amusing but boring brawler basically plays itself.

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Ease of Play

The game pretty much plays itself. You'll just need to upgrade items at the right time. 


It's a nonstop brawler. Chuck Norris constantly fights opponents, some of whom get flung toward player, appear to hit screen, but there's no blood.


Players can purchase upgrades using real-world cash if they're not patient enough to wait to earn in-game currency. 

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that Nonstop Chuck Norris is an action brawler game featuring the martial arts/acting hero. It's a licensed game that takes full advantage of the "Chuck Norris facts" that were so popular online several years ago. The game features nonstop violence, though of the cartoon variety, and leans heavily on internet memes as humor. There's no sex, drinking, or other objectionable content -- and the push for in-app purchases is very restrained. Learn more about what the publisher does with your personal information by reading the privacy policy

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What's it about?

In NONSTOP CHUCK NORRIS, players step into the roundhouse-kicking boots of Chuck Norris, who fights a never-ending series of battles against groups of enemies, occasionally pausing to fight bigger boss enemies. As players progress, they earn additional powers (such as hitting the ground so hard lava comes up) and "armor," which ranges from a tracksuit to a horse-head mask.

Is it any good?

Humor's a valuable weapon, but it can get old quick in this bland action game. Nonstop Chuck Norris relies on a lot of internet-based jokes to carry its premise along, pulling out just about every meme of the past five to seven years. But ultimately, that's not enough to carry the game. The brawler happily plays itself and doesn't really need a lot of interaction from the player. Every now and then, it'll give you the opportunity to fight a boss, which will require you to use special skills and ensure you've sufficiently upgraded your weapon and armor, but otherwise, it powers through wave after wave of enemies without need of assistance. That makes it easy to upgrade items (since you're constantly earning gold coins, even when you quit the app), but ultimately, it makes for a very boring play experience. 

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about violence in games. Do you know the differences between cartoon violence and the impact of trying those moves in the real world?

  • Talk about how legends are made. Should you accept a legend on face value based on what you're told, or should it be scrutinized?

App details

  • Devices: iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Android
  • Price: Free
  • Pricing structure: Free
  • Release date: April 26, 2017
  • Category: Action Games
  • Size: 213.00 MB
  • Publisher: flaregames
  • Version: 1.3.6
  • Minimum software requirements: Requires iOS 8.0 or later; Requires Android 4.0.3 and up
  • Last updated: June 23, 2019

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