Hurry Up Friends!

Hurry Up Friends!

After killing hundreds and hundreds of zombies it is time for a casual game and Hurry Up Friends! is it! The game is easy on the hardware and requires minimum skills while at the same time providing fun for your leisure time.

The app is about 26 MB in size, which means that it does not come with tons of features. Indeed this is the case as Hurry Up Friends! comes with simple 2D graphics that resembles console games from the late 1990s and early 2000s. The sound inside the game is also very simple but will do. What is the gameplay all about then? Well, it has something to do with soccer – there are two friends running in the same direction with one of them having a soccer ball. Well, they meet opponents that want to take the ball from them so they have to pass it to each other at the right moment. This is your job in this game and you must do it for as long as possible. Of course, sooner or later you will fail so the number of opponents tackled is your end score.

Hurry Up Friends! is a casual game that is designed for people who have more than enough free time and who want to simply have some fun. The app does not come with tons of features so do not expect great gameplay but it has everything to keep you playing when you simply want to kill some time.

Hurry Up Friends! is here on Google Play.

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