Lucy in the sky of diamonds

Lucy in the sky of diamonds

Lucy in the sky of diamonds is a game that comes with a rather long name but the gameplay inside is simpler than the name you will have to remember at least while you are playing this game. It is safe to say that Lucy in the sky of diamonds is an arcade game and here you will jump a lot.

The goal in the game is to get as high as possible and of course collect as many diamonds as you can by jumping. You will be helped by various objects in the sky but at the same time you will encounter problems and even enemies that will make you fall back to the ground. The app also comes with unusual controls – you tap on your display to make Lucy jump and then you must tilt your Android device left and right to make her go left and right. While this is not hard to say (or write) doing it in the real world is not that easy so the game may make you mad in a few minutes time so you have been warned! Apart from this Lucy in the sky of diamonds comes with 2D graphics and nice sound and music effects so all is good here. The graphics are beautiful so we cannot complain.

Lucy in the sky of diamonds is a game that you can use to kill some time but the only downside that the app has is that it is not easy and that it may make you rather mad in a matter of minutes. Even then, you can play it when you feel like it or if you like such arcade games. All in all Lucy in the sky of diamonds is an average game to the average gamer but fans of the genre will surely like it.

Lucy in the sky of diamonds is here on Google Play.

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