Pull My Tongue

Pull My Tongue

Just like Imago – Puzzle Game, Pull My Tongue is a puzzle app, where you will have to find the right way to pull the tongue of a chameleon in order to cover all points of interest. The main goal is not only to complete all the levels the game gives you (and trust us, they are many) but also to keep the tongue as short as possible – after all a chameleon’s tongue is not a thousand kilometers long.

Each of the game levels puts several points of interest on the display of your Android device so it is up to you to find the best way to touch all points with the chameleon’s tongue. There are many ways you can do this so the game does not limit you to one correct way, which is nice. A bit later, however, things will get tougher as there will be obstacles in your way such as rotating blades. If you touch one of them, you do not die, but you have to try again and again until you find the right way. If you can’t, the game can give you hints, which is helpful.

Pull My Tongue will not surprise you in the graphics and sound departments so expect 2D graphics (but they are very colorful and very nice) and nice sound effects – something that pretty much every other puzzle game can give you. So no unpleasant surprises here – we cannot be disappointed with what Pull My Tongue gives you.

All in all Pull My Tongue is a really fun puzzle game that offers you addictive gameplay and many ways to complete a level. The game is also simple so you can jump right into the action with no problems at all. In addition the app is free as usual, so what is not to like here?

Pull My Tongue is here on Google Play. Have fun with this game!

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