Torture My Boyfriend

Torture My Boyfriend

Google Play is often the home of many strange apps that are not that much functional, fun or appealing. Torture My Boyfriend seems to be one such app.

The game is all about some dude who has cheated on his girlfriend so now it is time to make him pay but using some tools, if you know what we mean. So get ready for some torturing… the app gives you some tools that you can use and once you choose one of them then a short sequence will play. No matter what your choice is the guy always dies at the end.

Don’t expect to see any fancy features here as Torture My Boyfriend is a simple app. There are no 3D graphics or the like and the sound is also simple. Yet the game is easy to play and this isn’t that bad. What’s bad is the violence inside the game so we can’t recommend it to small children and then the zero replay value – once you watch all sequences, which takes about 2-3 minutes then the game cannot offer anything new.

All in all Torture My Boyfriend will help you waste a few minutes of your life and this is it. If such games are your thing then you can take a look at this free app here on Google Play. If not, then move along.

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