Crazymals - a bright casual Android arcade game that will fully test your agility and nervous system for strength. The graphics in the game are just lovely, the animation pumped out a bit, but this moment is more than offset by the excellent fun musical accompaniment. The meaning of the game process is to save the protagonist from predatory plants and floods. But with the updates, the developers promise to add more tasks and missions. So, all the game action takes place on a limited area on the screen of your mobile Android device. You will see a blue monkey sitting at the intersection, which froze in anticipation of our further actions. Initially, only four options are available - they are indicated by a red tinge. But it's worth to go on the chosen path, as everything radically changes. In case the heroine moves from the spot, without waiting until the path starts to glow, she will instantly die, turning into a bloody cake. And the radiance, I must say, appears only when the potential danger passes some distance towards the monkey. But, if we ignore the main moment, then the heroine is waiting for the sad fate - she will be a victim of a huge wave or carnivorous flower, and this, of course, is not our plan. Now imagine how high the gamer's voltage is in the process of patient waiting for the main moment? In words, it's quite difficult to transfer the whole picture, so install the project on your gadget, and try your dexterity and reaction to the full program!
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