The homeless test is a playful Android application focused on playing in the company of friends, as a single mode is not capable of giving that mass of impressions as a joint passage. So, before you a satirical test, the theme of which is unusual and can cause some gamers surprise. After passing the game you can find out how much you are inclined to such an unpleasant way of life as bomzhevanie. Questions a total of three dozen, they are based on the concept of a quiz, and each question suggests three choices for a gamer. Immediately it is necessary to warn especially impressionable players, the questions are sometimes incredibly tricky and have a touch of impudence, but invariably cheerful. Certain tasks are quite realistic, and some incomprehensibly affect the final result, this moment is for sure known only to the guys from AHAHA, who are the developers of this masterpiece. As we have already said, there is nothing to do in the gameplay, to answer questions better in the company, then you are guaranteed laughter and unrestrained fun, the more you can find out which of your friends the life of a homeless person likes. The main and perhaps the only drawback of the project is the lack of replayability, since the second time to answer the same questions is simply not interesting. Installed, had fun and deleted! As a result, it should be said that the homeless test is creative, with a touch of testing the psychological portrait of the participant who will answer the one and only question - whether the person is inclined to vagrancy or not.
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