Rings Stack

Rings Stack

Rings Stack is obviously a game where you will have to create a stack of rings. As you know this is a popular child’s game and now you can enjoy it on your Android device.

The gameplay is very simple – the game gives you a stack with two rings already there and a ring that is flying around. You must tap the ring at the right moment so that it can fall onto the stack and if you do, then a new ring will be given to you. The problem with the game is that if you miss, the game ends so you do not have the right to make mistakes here. This feature makes Rings Stack a tough game, especially at the beginning when you do not even know the rules of the game – yes, the app comes with no tutorial. So there’s the potential for Rings Stack to make you mad. The game, however, comes with really nice 3D visuals so we have to give it credit here.

So this is what Rings Stack is all about. Obviously this app has been created to help you kill time and it does its job very well. Just remember – do not take it too seriously or you may get mad too quickly and actually have no fun at all.

Rings Stack is here on Google Play.

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