Stick Death

Stick Death

Stick Death is one of the latest installments of the Stickman series, which is a number of funny games where you have to kill the bad guys one way or another. This time Stick Death comes as a simple and small-sized game but although it is just 2.8 MB in size Stick Death will test your brain to the limit. Speaking of this, this app belongs to the puzzle genre so it may appeal to people who like to solve puzzles.

The game is very simple – after an intro screen with two buttons only the game starts taking you to a room with four bad guys. You have to use the surrounding items to dispose of all of them. Think how to use various items in such a way so that the remaining bad guys do not find out about their dead friends. Things are not so simple though and you will have to think hard sometimes how to dispose of all the bad guys. Once you complete this level you will be taken to a new one.

We noticed a problem with the game though – it is hard to manipulate the items on the screen. You touch them and then nothing happens. It seems that this is a problem with the game rather than with us but then again there’s always a chance that we did not do something right. Anyway we can assure you that the game works and will not crash on you, and you may even have better luck when manipulating items than us.

You can take a look at the free Stick Death app here on Google Play.

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