Tiny Bouncer

Tiny Bouncer

Tiny Bouncer is again one of these games that can make you mad in a couple of minutes.

Here you have to bounce to reach the end-of-the-level line but there are obstacles in your way so try to avoid them or you will die. The app does not have a tutorial, which makes it somewhat difficult to understand how to play it, but it all comes down to this – tap the left side of your Android device display to move left and do the same to move right. Avoid the obstacles and this is it. The problem is that Tiny Bouncer is tough and you will be dying in a matter of seconds so this is why the game can ruin the fun. If this is your thing, though, then go for it. All this is wrapped in simple sound effects and 2D visuals and that’s about it.

Tiny Bouncer is a simple game that does not offer much but fans of the genre may try this app. The thing is that Tiny Bouncer is a tough app and if you do not want to get mad quickly then find another game.

Tiny Bouncer is here on Google Play.

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