Chop the Heels

Chop the Heels

Chop the Heels is a small-sized game that does not attract a lot of attention at first but the game is a real jewel among so many other games on Google Play.

The gameplay is really simple – you have a lady that has put some shoes on her feet. All is good except that the heels are too long. So it is your task to chop the heels and make the shoes wearable once again. There is a hammer that can help you with this task – tap the screen at the right moment and the hammer will chop one of the heels. Tap it at the wrong moment and you will misalign the heels or hurt the lady, which will lead to the immediate failure of the level. If you happen to misalign the heels you will have to align them again by using the hammer. If all goes well you will go to the next level, if not you will have to start anew.

There isn’t much else to say about this game except that it is a lot of fun! Just don’t get mad if you fail a few times – it happens to everyone! Ah, and the game has nice sounds and music and 2D graphics only but in reality this is all you need.

Chop the Heels is here on Google Play.

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