Steppy Pants

Steppy Pants

Steppy Pants is one of the unusual games that we have seen on Google Play. Here you will teach your character how to walk…if you can.

The game features simple gameplay and maybe this is the reason why this app does not come with a tutorial. In fact you will learn how to play Steppy Pants as you go. Basically you get some dude who’s standing on a sidewalk. You must make him walk – just touch the display of your Android device. The length of the step the dude will make depends on how long you’ve kept your finger there. Don’t press the display for too long because the guy will stretch his legs too much and will fall down. Don’t keep your finger pressing for just a second because the step made will be a very short one. A bit later you will have to deal with cracks in the sidewalk that will make the dude fall as well as reckless drivers. So Steppy Pants will definitely have a challenge for you. The game does not disappoint in the graphics and sound departments too – Steppy Pants will treat you with 3D visuals and nice funny effects when the guy’s trying to walk. The sound effects are not very special but they will do.

We can definitely recommend Steppy Pants. The game offers unusual and fun gameplay as well as nice visual effects. This makes the game unique and this is the reason why you should try this free Android app.

You can find Steppy Pants right here on Google Play.

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