Leap Day

Leap Day

Leap Day is one of the most interesting games we have found on Google Play so far. The app comes with one unique feature that you cannot see than often – it comes with a new level every day. Yes, every day.

After playing the game for a while we think that this app comes with a single level only that changes every day but in reality you cannot complain – the level seems to be endless and you will not have the chance to learn it, so all is good. You will play as a small-sized but cute creature that jumps around and collects valuable fruits. To make it jump just tap the display of your device and if you want to jump further tap once again while the creature is in the air. You will have to overcome obstacles so things are not as easy as they might seem and in addition to this you will have to avoid sharp corners that will kill you and then you will have to start anew. The good news is that you have an unlimited number of lives. Perhaps a downside is that Leap Day comes with mediocre pixelated 2D graphics that resemble the early 1990s but the gameplay compensates for this – it is fast-paced and simply fun!

Leap Day is a nice and fun game that will keep you playing it due to at least two reasons – the game is dynamic and challenging and in addition to this comes with unlimited lives so if you fail a few times you can continue playing. Leap Day is a perfect time-killing game and fans of such games should own this one.

Leap Day is here on Google Play.

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