Paper Girl – Morning Madness

Paper Girl – Morning Madness

Paper Girl – Morning Madness is an app that has been climbing the Google Play ladder lately so we decided to take a look at it.

The app can be easily downloaded and installed. Once you run it you will realize that this is a game for girls. The plot is simple – you are Molly and you have to bring newspapers to your neighbors. Things are not as simple, though – Molly will experience various difficulties along the way.

The difficulties can be summed up rather easily, though – they consist of fixing people and animals, that have found themselves in trouble. This makes Paper Girl – Morning Madness look like the games where you have to heal someone or dress it, bathe it, you name it. The first level is about getting Molly in shape – that is, brush her teeth, fix her hair, feed her, dress her and so on before she gets her bike and starts distributing newspapers. The next level is about helping the neighbor’s cat and then you have to help the neighbor herself. The help consists of cleaning them, taking them out of a difficult situation and so on. Thus you are not really giving newspapers out.

So far so good but we now reach the Cons section. And there are many. First, we experienced an app crash and we do not know why. The game simply stopped responding. Then when you finish level 3, you have to either purchase the item you need in order to complete the level for real money or try to win it – an option that did not work. So we quit the game.

All in all, we are left with mixed feelings about Paper Girl – Morning Madness. The app is not bad, and the idea behind it too but it seems to us the game needs some more work and a female audience. Otherwise it will not succeed at all.

Paper Girl – Morning Madness resides here on Google Play. The game is free, in case you ask.

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