Click Kill Adventure

Click Kill Adventure

If you’ve used Google Play long enough you will see a series of games that has a stickman perform various tasks that usually involve killing people. Well, Click Kill Adventure is one such game.

The name of the game says pretty much everything – you are a stickman that must complete levels by using his brain power, killing skills and some tools if you get to find them in the first place. It is easy to play the game – just tap with your finger on your display and the stickman will do his job. As with all other stickman games the game interface and graphics have been made very simple but this is not a drawback as you do not need much else to play it, besides being simple is a trademark of this game genre. All in all Click Kill Adventure is a classic stickman game.

Now the bad news – this app is full of ads that pop up all the time. This is really annoying but maybe we can understand it, given that the game is free. Then Click Kill Adventure can be really hard sometimes – you simply seem to be unable to find a solution to a certain situation and there’s no help integrated in the game. Click Kill Adventure is definitely not for people with a short temper.

Despite its bad sides Click Kill Adventure is a fun game – it challenges your brain, it offers a simple interface and it helps you kill time, especially if you are into logical adventure games. We did like the game and we think you will too.

You can check out Click Kill Adventure here on Google Play.

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