Mosquito Must Die

Mosquito Must Die

Mosquito Must Die is one of the simplest games we have played recently but despite this the game offers much more than previously expected including tons of fun.

The game is all about one of the most hated insects around the world – mosquitoes – that have the nasty ability to fly around, annoy us and ultimately drink our own blood. That’s why mosquitoes must die or so the developer of this app believes. So in this free Android game you will be killing mosquitoes and lots of them. They are clever, though, so do not expect to kill them easily. They will fly around so you must choose the perfect moment and strike, which makes Mosquito Must Die a game of perfect timing. To make things easier on you, however, the game developers have included power-ups inside the game that help you in your mission. The power-ups fly around so if you catch one of them you can have bigger hands, with which you can kill mosquitoes easier. Another power-up brings you more points. This makes us say that in most cases one killed mosquito gives you a point. You must be careful, though – if you miss, you lose some of your life (presumably the mosquitoes drink your blood) so after a few misses you die. The challenge inside the game is to improve on your previous score, if you can. This is the place to say that Mosquito Must Die looks a lot like an arcade game so it comes with pixilated graphics and sound that is okay but nothing more.

Mosquito Must Die is a free casual game that will appeal to most people because it is simple, quick to play and a lot of fun. If you need a game that can help you kill time while having fun, look no further – Mosquito Must Die is right for you.

Mosquito Must Die is here on Google Play.

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