Springer

Springer

When you hear the word “springer” you would probably think of something that springs. Well, put this word to use and you will end up with a free Android game that carries the same name and yes, there’s something that springs in there.

Springer is a simple but fun game that presents you with a funny-looking creature whose goal is to spring as high as possible and conquer new frontiers. In fact this is the main idea behind this game. Just tap the screen and the creature, which we presume, is called Springer springs and it is up to you to navigate it to the skies. It is very easy to do that – slide your finger left and right to move Springer left and right and then make sure to land him on a platform that somehow stays in the air to make Springer spring once again. Of course, things are not as easy as they might seem – you will encounter enemies along the way and one such encounter always kills you sending you to the ground where you will have to start anew. The final features of the game are various connectivity options to the Internet to brag with your results and participate in social networking and that’s it – now you have an idea what Springer is all about.

To sum it up we can say that Springer is a fun game that does not require much from you. It is a perfect solution for long and boring time periods and it asks for nothing in return. So what are you waiting for – download Springer and then kill some time!

Springer sits here on Google Play.

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