Spermy’s Journey

Spermy’s Journey

It looks like there are too many games of the arcade genre on Google Play and this is the reason why certain developers need new ways to promote their applications. We are not sure that using the human reproduction system is the best way to promote an app but we will review Spermy’s Journey anyway.

As the name of the app suggests this is one strange and rather original game where the main goal is to take a sperm cell to its final destination. It will not be easy though as on your way you will have to overcome various obstacles such as spermicide products, white blood cells and others but you will be helped by power ups that will increase your speed, stamina and will also give you invincibility in certain cases. In addition you will be able to collect coins along the way that will help you get higher on leaderboards and more.

The developer of the app has also thought of you having fun along the way and this is why the game comes with 36 levels to choose from with increasing difficulty, 5 different sperm characters, music and nice graphics. The game is 2D so do not expect fancy visual effects but the graphics provided is more than enough.

Unfortunately, apart from the slightly inappropriate subject of the game, Spermy’s Journey seems to come with a serious bug as well. When replaying a level the screen goes black and you can’t see a thing. The only way to make the game run properly again is by restarting it.

If you are interested you can take a look at this game here.

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