Fast Finger

Fast Finger

Fast Finger is another application that you will not find among top free Android apps but this is not because the app is a bad one. Simply put, it is not as popular as many others. But it has a rather interesting idea behind it, an idea that we want to share with you.

Fast Finger needs fast fingers. This is what the game is all about. The main goal of the game is to slide your finger in the quickest way possible from point A to point B or if we put it in the game’s words – from the start to the finish. The time is measured and then you can set records if you are fast enough. Of course as you can imagine the first levels are simple but the further you get the harder the levels become.

Fast Finger does not feature anything special as the game is simple. It does have numerous options to choose among but it is not in 3D and the sound is decent. In a few words Fast Finger is not a demanding application and it does not pretend to become a champion on Google Play. But it has addictive gameplay and we think you will like the game for sure. That’s why it is here in the first place.

You can take a look at Fast Finger here on Google Play.

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