Stair Dismount

Stair Dismount

Stair Dismount is one of the strangest games we have come across. The app is all about violence and we have a hard time grasping that.

The story behind the game is rather simple – you must push a ragdoll down the stairs, off a cliff, you name it – the end result is a really bad fall where the ragdoll suffers a lot. The main goal here is to score as many points as possible and you earn them by causing as much damage as possible to the ragdoll, which apparently experiences broken bones judging by the pictures that you seen to the right. There are many levels inside the game with some of them paid and some free and each level comes with a pre-defined time limit so when the time ends you get a final score before moving to the next level.

Stair Dismount will, however, capture your attention with its great graphics. The game visuals are all in 3D and in addition to this there’s physics inside the game so all ragdoll movements are as accurate and realistic as possible. The in-game sound is also great and there are entire songs inside, which definitely add value to the game.

Stair Dismount is a game that is hard to judge. It has great sound and music, great graphics and even physics inside but the goal of the game is not the best we have seen. We mean how can you get pleasure by causing pain to ragdolls even if they are non-living objects and even non-real? Apparently some people get pleasure from this. Now, if we don’t take into account this “feature” Stair Dismount is a great game, but if we do we would say that Stair Dismount raises eyebrows. Who knows, you may like this Android app after all. Try it and judge it after you have seen what we are talking about…

Stair Dismount is here on Google Play.

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