The Toughest Game Ever is a collection of mini-games for your Windows Phone that are designed to test your concentration, speed and reactions. The multi-level game can be challenging at times, a little frustrating as well as a little humbling at times.
Is this Windows Phone game the toughest game ever? Hard to say but the Toughest Game Ever will keep you on your toes and isn't a bad game to have in your Windows Phone gaming library.
The Toughest Game Ever has three difficulty levels (the hardest level is still in development) that you can switch between by swiping to the right on the main menu. Each difficulty level has unique gaming challenges that are progressively unlocked as you make a passing grade.
When you tap the level, you'll be presented with instructions and then you can proceed to the actual game. Read the instructions carefully because if you're not careful you may miss an key element.
For example on the Wac A Mole game you are directed to use the three colored buttons at the bottom of the screen to hit the mole as often as you can within the alloted twelve seconds. You aren't being asked to hit each mole once as they pop up but hit them as often as you can as they pop up.
The games are rather simple but that doesn't mean they aren't without challenge. I'm not sure if the Toughest Game Ever can hold up to marathon gaming sessions but for short bits, it can be rather entertaining. I can also see it being a fun pass/play type game to see how your friend's gaming skills matches up to yours.
The Toughest Game Ever is a free, ad supported game for Windows Phone 8 and 7.x devices. You can find it here in the Windows Phone Store.
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