LazyLinkr

LazyLinkr

LazyLinkr is another game designed for children but we have to say that the app can be played by adults too since it is not as childish as other games.

LazyLinkr is all about linking. The game will present you with a grid that contains numerous images of various animals. Connect two images of the same kind and they will disappear bringing you points. Connect all images and empty the screen and you win the level. Simple, isn’t it?

Well, there’s more – the game presents you with two game modes. Classic mode requires from you to scan at least three entire boards with no empty spaces in limited time while Time mode requires from you to complete all kinds of scenarios with different challenges in 100 seconds. The more points you make the better but this is not a secret. There’s also Fever mode that once triggered doubles the scores received. That’s pretty much it.

We should also say that LazyLinkr comes with 2D graphics and sound that is okay but this is to be expected from such a game.

LazyLinkr is a game that can be used to teach children how to match various items (animals in this case) and how to distinguish among animals and this is a good thing. As to adults – it will test your brain skills and give you some exercise and this is also a good thing. So our final verdict is that LazyLinkr is a nice game that does not require much but brings a lot!

LazyLinkr is here on Google Play.

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