Dulp is one of the simple games that you will be able to find on Google Play. The story behind the game is virtually non-existent, so you will get into the action the second you fire up this game.

The gameplay is simple, just like Dulp. You are given a spinning circle that has different sections with different colors and a colored ball. Shoot the ball at the section with the same color and when you hit it, the section will disappear. Do the same with all the other sections and you will beat the level and then you will get to the next one. Of course, if you hit the circle or a section with a color that does not match, then you will fail the level and you will have to start anew.

Being a really simple app, Dulp comes with just 2D graphics and sound effects that are not worth mentioning. We will not subtract points here but there’s really nothing else to be said.

All in all Dulp is a game that can help you spend the extra time that you have today but nothing more. This is not bad news, however – not everyone wants to play games with long stories behind and tons of rules. So if you need a simple app, then Dulp is for you.

Dulp is here on Google Play.

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