Crazy Pool Party – Splish Splash

Crazy Pool Party – Splish Splash

Crazy Pool Party – Splish Splash is a hard game to review. The thing is that this game is designed for small children and looks and feels like a total waste of time to adults; yet it might be too hard for small children to understand.

The game takes you to a virtual beach village or something that looks like it and the main goal behind this free Android game is to entertain your guests. Fortunately there are many things that you can do – you can color pictures, make smoothies, visit a cosmetics saloon, treat injuries, purchase “adorable goodies” and more. Everything is made childish and girlish and we feel like the target audience here is girls aged around 10 years old. There’s a small problem, though – some of the buildings inside the village are locked and to use them you have to open them using real money.

Crazy Pool Party – Splish Splash also offers 2D graphics, although they are colorful and nice. The sound inside the game is childish but this is to be expected. In a few words this is a game for small children.

Crazy Pool Party – Splish Splash will delight your child if it is a girl aged around 10. If this is not your case or you want some action or the like, look for another app.

Crazy Pool Party – Splish Splash is here on Google Play.

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