Prize Claw

Prize Claw

Have you ever seen one of these machines where you have to insert a coin and then navigate a claw to a toy that you want in an attempt to grab it and then take it to the exit? Now you can have the same emotions with a game called Prize Claw.

Unlike real machines of this type, Prize Claw is free but the game being digital means that the prizes will also be virtual. In any case the fun is here and Prize Claw is all about getting toys out of a machine. There are no coins here and you know why but don’t think you will be able to play the game indefinitely – you have a certain number of grabs and once they expire you will have to wait for some time before you get any new chances. In addition unlike real machines here the chance to get an item out successfully is really high as in most cases we were successful. If things don’t go well you can plant a bomb that will shake the items a bit so you will be able to grab new things with your next attempt. Of course, getting items out means that you will score points and more. Ah, and let’s not forget that the game is all in 3D.

Prize Claw is a nice game that will bring memories and emotions of the real machines full of cute toys. Apart from that it is a game that can be best used for killing time. Don’t get us wrong – Prize Claw is a great app, it’s just that it does not have an ultimate goal so do not expect one.

The game can be seen here on Google Play.

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