Fit the Fat

Fit the Fat

Want to lose some weight? Then play Fit the Fat!

Unfortunately in real life things are not so simple and the same is valid for Fit the Fat. We have to say that we expected a fun game that will let you exercise a fat guy in various ways making him build some muscle. Unfortunately things turned out to be not so simple – you start training the fat guy by making him jump the rope. The deal is that you have to be really careful when selecting the jump timing or you are finished. At least there are 20 attempts before you fail the game so you may find a way to jump properly – we couldn’t.

As to graphics and sound – they are simple. Everything is 2D and sound is nothing special. We have to say that the game resembles other games such as Flappy Bird a lot and if you don’t like the “bird” game you will likely not like this one too. If you still haven’t made up your mind then you can check out Fit the Fat here on Google Play.

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