Hardest Game Ever 2

Hardest Game Ever 2

Sometimes you can find games on Google Play that make you raise an eyebrow. Hardest Game Ever 2 may as well be one of them.

The main idea behind the game is simple – make a game that can be insanely hard. The app reaches this goal – it is a collection of short games that have different goals but all of them are really difficult. Moreover even if you score a few points the level requirements can be high so no matter what you do, you fail again. Some of the small in-game games include tickling a foot with a feather, playing paper-rock-scissors, killing cockroaches and more. Believe us, some of the levels are really tough and if you want to have some fun then Hardest Game Ever 2 is definitely not for you.

Apart from this there is nothing special in this game. The graphics are average at most and everything is made simple. It’s like the game is simple so that it can annoy you easier. Hardest Game Ever 2 is definitely for people who have nerves made of steel or people who like challenges. If you happen to be not one of these people then you can easily pass on this game and not feel bad about it.

Hardest Game Ever 2 is here on Google Play.

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