Don’t get fired!

Don’t get fired!

Don’t get fired! is a funny Android game that has much in common with real life out there. The main goal in this app is to make it to the top of a corporation… if you can!

Perhaps developed in South Korea, Don’t get fired! has a lot with this Asian country. In fact the in-game action takes place there. You are put in the shoes of a young fellow who wants to get a job in Korea so he goes to various interviews and eventually lands a job as an intern who wants to get promoted to a regular job. So you receive tasks that you have to complete and then if you are successful with them you get experience; every once in a while you also get questions from your boss that determine your future on the job. We can easily say that Don’t get fired! has addictive gameplay that is very close to real life out there and this makes the game a hit, at least in Korea.

Unfortunately Don’t get fired! is a tough app, just like real life. You are very likely to lose your job due to a mistake or the fact that after some time the company does not have enough work for you so you are let go. Then the whole story with the interviews starts anew and in many cases you will fail interviews only to wait for a suitable moment to appear again. Sooner or later you will land a job and then you will have to struggle for it again.

Don’t get fired! is a really nice game. It does not have fancy 3D graphics or the like but its strength lies in the gameplay and the realities of life that are implemented there. In fact the reason why you keep on playing it is that you want to succeed like you want to succeed in real life. So Don’t get fired! is an excellent life lesson and a great game. We do not doubt you will like it, so feel free to download the game now. It comes to you at no cost, as usual.

Don’t get fired! is here on Google Play.

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