Spider Square

Spider Square

Spider Square may look like another nice game for Android but in fact the game easily enters the list of annoying games where your main activity will be to keep a creature alive by tapping like crazy on your Android device display.

We don’t know how to call the square that you will see here but let’s assume that it is a spider. So the goal in the game is to get as many jewels as possible and stay alive for as long as possible – to do that tap the display of your Android device and be quick. Also try not to hit an obstacle because you will fall to the ground and you will instantly die.

The only thing that remains to be said is that the game is in 2D only, that it comes for free and that it comes with decent sound. It will appeal to people who like the “tapping genre” but apart from this, Spider Square is not for people who get mad easily.

Spider Square is here on Google Play.

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