Draw a Stickman: Sketchbook

Draw a Stickman: Sketchbook

Draw a Stickman: Sketchbook is one of the funniest Google Play apps that we have seen. The game packs innovative gameplay and sports features that we doubt you will see in any other Android game.

The thing is that Draw a Stickman: Sketchbook allows you to create your own Stickman. Apparently the game requires that you have some drawing skills but if you don’t, then you should not despair since no matter what you draw, it will act as a Stickman. This means that the creature that you get will act as a real person and if it has some strange features such as crazily placed limbs and more, then you will be in for some real fun. In addition during the gameplay you will be getting missions that will require the usage of tools and guess what, you will have to draw these tools as well and then use them! The freedom that Draw a Stickman: Sketchbook gives you makes this app a total hit because the limit there is your imagination! How’s that?

The game also features a catchy interface and a 3D-looking field of play as well as nice sound. The app has everything to become a massive hit and in fact it is one of the freshest games that we have seen on Google Play in a really long time. So go ahead and get it – you won’t be disappointed!

Draw a Stickman: Sketchbook is here on Google Play.

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