Daddy Was a Thief

Daddy Was a Thief

Daddy Was a Thief is a fun game that will bring you a lot of enjoyment in a short time.

The game follows the story of a laid-off bank employee who decides to steal money in order to pretend to his wife that he still has a job. So the guy dresses like a thief and the action begins! All you have to do is jump and then fall and this is made easy – slide your finger upwards and the dude will jump, slide it downwards and the guy will fall down. It is as easy as this.

The game offers an interesting idea, though. All the game play takes place in a community building with endless floors and since there is an option to fall down, you always go downwards. The main goal is to cover as many floors as possible and of course collect as much money as you can while dodging various enemies like laser guns, policemen, old ladies and more. Of course, sooner or later you will die, so you will be able to see how far you have gone and how much money you have.

The game play is addictive for sure but do not expect 3D graphics or the like. Since there is no other way you will be dealing with 2D all the time but this is not a bad thing as the idea behind the game is such. Sound is also nice.

Well, Daddy Was a Thief is right here on Google Play in case you want to see this game before you download it. The app is also free.

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