Ultimate Briefcase

Ultimate Briefcase

Ultimate Briefcase is a game that is perfect for these days when you simply want to kill some time. The game does not require a lot of hardware power or internal space and as expected comes absolutely for free.

This is the place to say that Ultimate Briefcase is actually an arcade game and when you fire it up you will see that this is the case for sure. The game offers pixilated graphics and decent sound effects but you cannot help but think you are playing a 1990s arcade game – it’s just that this time you do not need coins to play. The actual gameplay is simple – you play as one poor guy who has to avoid bombs at all costs. The problem is that these bombs fall simply everywhere so you have to be quick to move at the right time and in the right direction. The ultimate goal here is to survive for as long as you can but with time passing by the falling bombs become bigger and more numerous; some of them even have new destructive effects, which makes the game more and more difficult. Eventually you will fail but you can always start anew and see if you can beat your own record.

Ultimate Briefcase is a simple game and there’s no doubt in this but we can easily say that the game brings fun and this is for sure. The reason for this is that the game comes with addictive gameplay and that it does not have a learning curve – you simply download the game and start playing for free. What is not to like here?

Ultimate Briefcase is here on Google Play.

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