Bouncy Kingdom

Bouncy Kingdom

Bouncy Kingdom is a strange game – after all how can you combine bouncing with a kingdom? Apparently there’s a way.

This free Android app is an arcade game that is very simple. The game does not have a story behind so you are thrown right into the action. The gameplay is simple – you are into a room, whose walls are covered in pillows and you jump around. The goal is to go through hoops that appear in random places and you have limited time to do that. If you spend too much time flying around the hoop will explode and will kill you, which will put an end to the game. The ultimate goal here is to go through as many hoops as possible. Simple, isn’t it? The game comes with 2D graphics and simple sound effects only too. We have to say that Bouncy Kingdom is a really simple game so you cannot expect much else.

All in all Bouncy Kingdom is a nice and fun game that does not pretend to be the best game ever but it has the potential to keep you playing it. Given this, our opinion of this app is positive so you should try Bouncy Kingdom in our opinion.

Bouncy Kingdom is here on Google Play.

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