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  1. Dec 27, 2016
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    Timberman – if you didn’t have enough of Flappy Bird!

    Studio Digital Melody has created Timberman — a game that is as much addictive as the legendary bird. The gameplay is very simple. However, this simplicity may be the main argument making one addicted to the gameplay. We play as a bearded lumberjack trying to fell a tree, tapping it on the left of the screen and on the right.
    Timberman – if you didn’t have enough of Flappy Bird!

    Studio Digital Melody has created Timberman — a game that is as much addictive as the legendary bird.

    The gameplay is very simple. However, this simplicity may be the main argument making one addicted to the gameplay.
    We play as a bearded lumberjack trying to fell a tree, tapping it on the left of the screen and on the right.

    The difficulty in the whole thing is, that the time is limited, and it expires as fast as a lightning. Every strike on the tree adds a bit of time, so you need to have quite a nice tapping speed, not to lose. Slow fingers will not lead you to success. If you run into a branch, you lose, so you have to maneuver between them, showing miracles of dexterity. The challenge, honestly, is not easy at all.

    And you can even play multiplayer! Take a friend or a random opponent from the internet and chop as fast as you can!
    Once you reach a certain number of points, you will open a new character, there are quite much and even Steam exclusives. Besides the entertaining gameplay, Timberman will please fans of old school 8-bit graphics and groovy soundtracks.

    The game is quite entertaining and may well claim the title of the new time-killer number 1 for a couple of days. This game is definitely easy to play but hard to master!

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