Child Birth Simulator

Child Birth Simulator

Child Birth Simulator is one of the strange games that you can see on Google Play every once in a while. Despite all the claims on the Google Play page of the game, Child Birth Simulator has little in common with childbirth, biology, science, etc.

It turns out that the game is an attempt to make you laugh. Do not expect much, though – Child Birth Simulator is just, just 6 MB in size. In a few words what you get here is a simple diagram that asks you if you smoke, eat fast food, exercise, drink, take meds, etc. and how much. The second screen in the game is a wheel of fortune that selects who the father of the child is. Then you will see the third screen in the game where you have to tap on the belly of a pregnant woman to get the baby out. Finally you get the baby, who in most cases is a crazy combination of body and animal parts. That’s it! Whether you will laugh or not depends on you. In addition to all this Child Birth Simulator comes with really, really simple visuals that remind us of the 1980s. The sound effects are also next to non-existent.

Generally speaking we would suggest that you avoid Child Birth Simulator – the app is not really a game and it does not offer much. Yet, some of you might laugh at the crazy end of the “childbirth” process so this game is not a total failure. Still, we can hardly find any good words for it.

Child Birth Simulator is here on Google Play.

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