How far can you go with Stick Hero?
Let me tell you from the start that this is a game that has more than 10 million downloads. I am talking about none other than Stick Hero which is very addictive and with a download size of just 12.78MB, it is one of those lightweight games that can make you have a great time on your Android device, that can make you relax a few minutes during your hard day and so on.
The objective of this game is simple. Hold down your finger and calculate the length of the bridge that needs to be built in order to walk over a cliff. While the objective might seem boring at first, I actually advice you to think better before saying such a thing or even trying the game!
Do you think that it’s simple to stretch the stick in order to reach and walk on the platforms. Watch out! If the stick is not long enough, you will fall down! And that is how a rather simple game might could make you turn those few minutes into hours. Many hours!
So, I make no mistake by saying that this game it is very addicting and is consistently pushing the gamers forward. Even more, there is the regular version, but you can also choose the watermelon mode. The only similarities are the character, guessing length, and the fact that you are moving forward. Otherwise, they’re very different.
In the main version, you have to go out of the way and risk dying if you go for a cherry and take the wrong decision. Another thing is that on the watermelon mode, you don’t hold down the stick. Instead, you tap it when you think it’s right which some say that it is easier to do, especially with some of the really short distances. So, I personally like the watermelon mode better because of the fact that you don’t have to risk your life to get fruits, yet you still have to work for them, but I am also in the mood of playing the original version sometimes because you don’t have to continue watching the screen until the right time like you do in the watermelon mode.
Have I made you curious too? Download Stick Hero from this direct link and see how far can you go?