While looking for a game that I could test for you today, I came across "Hardest Game Ever 2" and wondered: with thousands of apps on the ...Read more
Ranked #1 (Overall) in US, UK, Canada, Germany, Australia, ... for HARDEST GAME EVER 1, HARDEST GAME EVER 2 is definitely a game you don't want to miss out! From the developers that brought you the world #1 ranking games "What's My IQ?", ...Read more
Ranked #1 (Overall) in US, UK, Canada, Germany, Australia, ... for HARDEST GAME EVER 1, HARDEST GAME EVER 2 is definitely a game you don't want to miss out!
From the developers that brought you the world #1 ranking games "What's My IQ?", "Stupidness 3", "0.03 seconds", you won't want to miss its sequel 'Hardest Game Ever 2'!
Hardest Game Ever 2 is a series of fun and exciting mini-game that measures your reaction time to the milliseconds and pixels! See how fast you can slap and how sharp is your reaction to catch the eggs before they touch the floor in milliseconds! Hardest Game Ever 2 promises to bring you hours of adrenaline drain! Challenge your family and friends and find out who's got the fastest reaction on Android!
Featuring: - Simple 3 Button Control - 48 Stages with 4 Challenging Levels - Ranking with Facebook Pals - Simple yet addictive gameplay - Multi-language Instructions
********************** WARNING: This game contains some simple mini-games that looks way too easy till you try them! Not for the faint hearted!
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UPDATED ON: Jan 18, 2016
INSTALLATIONS: 10,000,000 - 50,000,000
LATEST VERSION: 10.0
REQUIRED ANDROID VERSION: 4.1 and up
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