Bonecrusher: Free Endless Game

Bonecrusher: Free Endless Game

Bonecrusher: Free Endless Game is one of the strangest games we have encountered recently. The game comes with simple gameplay and an unusual game screen and this is what makes it a game that cannot be seen every day.

The gameplay of Bonecrusher: Free Endless Game is very simple – you assume the role of a skull that has to collect bones. The problem is that the ceiling above the skull goes up and down and you have to escape it. So the action here comes down to this – you go right and left all the time and the goal is to collect as many bones as possible before you get killed – an event that will happen sooner or later. The goal is to score as high as possible and this is it. The problem with Bonecrusher: Free Endless Game is that the actual game display is very small – it is situated right in the middle of your Android device display and all you can do is press two buttons that make the skull go one position left and one position right and this is it. In addition the app has the serious potential to make you mad really quickly so it is not for some people.

It is somehow hard to recommend Bonecrusher: Free Endless Game. The game makes you feel like it is the product of someone who wanted to make a game as quickly as possible and this is it. It can also make you mad really quickly and the fact that the gameplay is very, very simple also does not add value to Bonecrusher: Free Endless Game. But then again you can try this app when you want to kill some time.

All in all Bonecrusher: Free Endless Game is a game that is nothing special but if you want to try it, you can find it right here on Google Play.

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