Bad Guys

Bad Guys

Bad Guys is a game that is a bit hard to review. The thing is that the game promises a lot but it does not deliver that much – at least early in the game, which leaves us wondering what’s next.

In Bad Guys you assume the role of a criminal that robs banks and does other bad things to people. The game starts with a cartoonish interface where you must choose a crime to commit – in our case this was a bank robbery. Then we saw a bank vault that we had to open by using a specific combination. The problem was that you have to be really careful when choosing the digits from the combination – a single mistake gets you caught by the cops. This makes Bad Guys incredibly tough and spoils the fun the game can give you. In fact chances are you won’t be able to progress which dooms the game to an early death and disappearance from your Android device. Apart from this the game designers have come up with really nice cartoonish 2D visuals and great sound effects but that’s about it.

Sadly we cannot recommend Bad Guys. The game is simply too difficult and this spoils a great idea. Hoperfully the developers will learn from their mistakes and will release a greatly improved new version that will deliver the content we need. Until then we can only hope – or look for other Google Play apps.

Bad Guys is here on Google Play.

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