Beard Salon – are you in this thing?

Beard Salon has been one of the latest games to gain more attention on Google Play so let’s find out why this is the case.

The game measures just 11 MB so it is easy to download on even slow connections. Being so small, however, means that it will not offer that much (at least in most cases) and this one holds to be true. Basically it has simple game play that lets you take care of a nice looking guy. Wash his beard, comb it, then cut it or simply shave it to the skin. Then apply some aftershave, a new T-shirt, sunglasses and you are ready to go.

Now the downsides – this game is for beauty saloon lovers or children. Really, it will have some difficult times trying to grab the attention of full-grown men. The game play is simple and straightforward and this is it – there is not much else to it. In addition the music is repetitive and offers the same tunes all the time so don’t expect to be entertained by it. Toss in a few more ads than usual and the picture does not look that pretty.

All in all Beard Salon is a nice free game, it should have just had more content. But it will serve you well if you have more free time than usual.

Get this app right here!

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