Everyday Cashier

Everyday Cashier

Everyday Cashier is one of the games on Google Play that have been recently updated and that was the reason why we chose to review this app. It looked like a puzzle game but as it turned out, Everyday Cashier was something different.

Well, the app simulates what a cashier does all day long behind the desk. You have to calculate bills but this is an overstatement – instead the game will present you with goods that cost some money. You must type in the price as quickly as possible before you get a new item. There are numerous levels inside the game including bonus ones and each level includes several items – three, five, seven or more with this number increasing with each level you pass. Once you make a mistake the game is over and you can start anew.

As you can see Everyday Cashier is a simple game and this continues with the graphics – the game has simple 2D graphics only that lack details. We would say the graphics are average and the sound is of the same quality. Nothing new or nice here but what we get will do.

Everyday Cashier is a game that will show you how it feels to be a cashier. The game is perfect for people who have too much free time and that’s about it. It is an average app that might bring you fun but it may not – just check it out to find out.

Everyday Cashier is here on Google Play.

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