Plumber Game

Plumber Game

Sometimes you need a Google Play app that gives your brain some exercise. Sure, why not? After the entire world is not about collecting things or matching colors, right? Now it is easy to find a brain-training app on Google Play as one such app sits right among the top apps there. The app is called Plumber Game and comes to you for free!

At first sight Plumber Game does seem to be a simple game that does not deserve that much attention but this is simply not the case. True, the game does not shine in the graphics/sound department – it plays catchy music, while the graphics is in 2D only and do not get that much attention but Plumber Game shines in the gameplay department. The app is simple – you have to get water to a gold fish that desperately needs it and you can do that only by rearranging pieces of pipes that you are given. This is where the beauty of the game is and you will really have to put your brain to work. Your moves are limited by tiles too and there’s also a time limit so act quickly. In a few words there’s a way to fail a level if you do not think correctly. Fortunately we did not fail a single time so we do not know what happens to the gold fish if you do. In any case the game is not easy so do not be mislead.

Plumber Game will bring a lot of fun to you or your family. The game is free and fun and you will have some quality time with it. Therefore feel free to take a look at it here before you download it on your Android device.

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