Poo Egg Tamago clickers

Poo Egg Tamago clickers

There’s a new game genre that is slowly occupying Google Play and it is all about games that involve tapping on an object to see what it has inside. Poo Egg Tamago clickers is one such game and it strongly resembles its competitors.

The main goal of the game is to tap on an egg for 50 000 times to make it open and reveal what it has inside. This is better than what you have in other games where you have to tap one million times. In addition this game tries to offer a bit more by letting you see physical damage on the egg shortly after you start “playing” and then adding a funny creature that passes gas on a regular basis – and this is supposed to be funny.

Poo Egg Tamago clickers is not a bad game, it is just that it is a copy of other similar applications (or we can assume that they copy this game) and it cannot be played for real. Still if you want to see what the egg has inside, then you can find the game right here on Google Play now.

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