Slide the Shakes

Slide the Shakes

Slide the Shakes is another example of a free Android game that is both simple and fun at the same time. This app needs about 25 MB of storage space but it is surprising what a good idea it has in the background.

Well, here you will have to slide milkshakes along a bar so that they can reach their destination. The top of the bar is all red but there’s a somewhat wide green area. This is where you must land your shake in order to progress in the game but to complete a level you must do this three times. This might sound easy but the catch is that the green area changes its place every time you succeed in placing a shake in the right place so each level, so to say, has three sub-levels. In addition the only way to move the shake is to slide your finger on your Android device display as if you are using a sling. This is the toughest part as you have to decide how much to pull the “sling”. Needless to say, if you fail you start all over anew. Slide the Shakes does not come with 3D visuals or great sound effects but the game is fun as it is, so we do not consider this as a downside.

As you can see Slide the Shakes is a simple game but it has tons of fun hidden inside. The gameplay is fun, although it is very simple. Slide the Shakes is easily one of the best simple games you can find so we eagerly recommend this app to anyone who wants to have some fun on a lazy weekend afternoon.

Slide the Shakes is here on Google Play.

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