Simulator Laser

Simulator Laser

Lasers are a nice thing – they are high-end technology that brings both fun and interesting facts to know of. The thing about them is that they tend to be expensive and may harm someone if used improperly. Now you can avoid these dangers by using a free Android application called Simulator Laser that quite obviously simulates lasers.

Or at least it tries to. Simulator Laser is a small-sized application that only shows three different pictures of laser pens and when the button on them gets pressed you will hear a sound. This is the only thing this application does so do not get too excited. It can only entertain small children that do not quite get what’s going on. To everyone else Simulator Laser will hardly bring any fun so if you skip it, quite honestly, you will not miss much.

Simulator Laser can be found here on Google Play.

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