WhackGames.io claims to be an online Desktop Arcade Challenge, While there’s certainly an element of a game that is a desktop game, I’m not sure which self-respecting arcades would have games. It’s been years since I played in an arcade, but I’m able to confirm that the games offered are a lot more technologically advanced than what this game offers. In actual fact, you’re more likely to come across something similar on fairground, and perhaps the more appropriate name is WhackGames.io A desktop and quite difficult game that’s controlled by a shady man , whose roots lie in a dispute that hasn’t been cleaned for a few months, and is dubbed Challenge. It’s much more appealing I’m sure you’ll think so.
The review is now complete, Whack Games are a extremely simple game that can take up some time for you. It also brings nostalgic memories of playing similar games like the well-known ‘Whack Mole’. You’ll also be at the same time making everyone at work look at you while you give a weird smile. However, you’ll not care since during that moment you’ll start to focus on the task you’re playing and will remain completely unaffected by the people who are sniggering behind you.
The purpose for the game quite evident and is an example of the title being an apt description. Once you begin, you’ll be welcomed by nine tiny buttons with a figure that’s either sad, happy, or a bit grumpy. As soon as the game starts, the buttons be lit up and you must hit the lit-up figures as fast that you are able to. As the game progresses, the amount of figures lighting up will increase making the game more difficult. The game may last 30 seconds or one minute depending on the level of activity you’re in.
In terms of the game is concerned, it’s pretty well. It’s, like many desktop time assassins powered by plugging it into your computer’s USB port. It doesn’t matter which type of computer you are using since there is no software to be installed. If you’re not looking to drain a precious USB port, then Whack It also uses batteries. This is an excellent feature for a game similar to this. Since this is a basic game, the interface works as. There’s a button to stop or start at the front, as well as an LCD display that will display your scores during the game A speaker that is hidden beneath offers some retro electronic sound effects and there are a couple of buttons that are in the background; one of them switches the game between normal or ‘try me’ that is only used in retail shops which is why you don’t have to worry about it. The alternative changes the game’s modes between thirty seconds or one minute, and then off. However, there doesn’t seem be a way to switch the sound off, which is a shame since it can be quite distracting for those nearby.
The game is made of plastic that is quite tough and the designers behind the game have considered this in advance because it has suckers at its feet to ensure that it doesn’t fall off when a heavy-handed player is able to hit it too hard. If the thought of another USB cable dangling causes your blood to boil You could try what I did and put the packaging’s bottom on , as it gives you the space to put the item in question into, keeping things tidy. It doesn’t mean that the suckers don’t do anything, but for me personally, I’d rather not run the possibility of hitting someone sitting next to me with a neatness every day.
Overall, this is a very enjoyable toy that won’t offend anyone (apart from the occasional mole-man) and could make an ideal Christmas stocking stuffer or a secret Santa present for someone working. The length of time it can be used for isn’t sure. If you’re like me, I’d guess that once or twice is the answer . Then again after being found in the drawer on your desk. Fun and harmless.