Bump Hero

Bump Hero

Sometimes when you use Google Play you come across a game that you cannot understand. Such is the case with Bump Hero and here we will tell you why.

The app is a simple one – it needs about 17 MB of storage space, which means that it does not come with a lot of content. This is true – the game features simple 3D visuals that are nothing special – they look outdated, too square, etc. The gameplay is also nothing special – you play as a creature that has to catch chicken that jump around. The catch is that your movements are limited – you are usually located onto narrow strips of “land” and you must not fall in the water around. If you do the game ends immediately. Unfortunately on top of the display there’s a bar that gets depleted all the time (perhaps this is an energy bar). When this bar ends, you die. We could not find a way to fix this issue and there’s no tutorial inside Bump Hero. The description of the game also does not mention anything else.

As you can see a game that kills you every 10 seconds is not fun. In fact when thinking about it we cannot say Bump Hero has any positive features. So if you skip this game you will not make a mistake. Here it is, if you still want to take a look at it. Good luck with Bump Hero!

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