Naughty Puzzle: Tricky Test Review


What Really Is Naughty Is the Amount of Ads the Game Shows

I downloaded Naughty Puzzle: Tricky Test to force myself to play and review random Android games I saw on Google Play.

I am going to explain what I think about this game after having just played it.

Naughty Puzzle: Tricky Test Review Information

Why Did I Review This Game?

Because the name is weird. I wanted to know more about the game.

Also, the game icon has a character from Poppy Playtime. Possible asset theft ahead.

I played the game for about 15 minutes on my Android tablet.

Gameplay Review

How the Game Works

The game is very simple. You draw or move stuff around to win.

That is it. Each little scenario is slightly different.

In this level you put a video tape into a VCR. Remember those?
Screenshot of Naughty Puzzle: Tricky Test Android game.

Why Is This a Game?

I know this is something I say like every other review, but I have played better minigames in other games than this whole game. I have played better Mario Party mini-games than this game.

The bar is so low for something to be considered a mobile “game”.

The AndroidGamingFox is angry and looks annoyed.

Bugs!

So not only is the game far too basic, it doesn’t even work right!

I had lots of little tiny glitches and issues. I had to move or drag things just right to get them to work. Picking up and dragging things felt weird, and I kept messing it up.

How does one get something so simple and basic wrong?

The AndroidGamingFox is chewing a phone!

Presentation Review

How the Game Looks

I don’t know why a game like this needs sexy ladies every other screen. Now I am not trying to say people can’t enjoy things like that. But it just seems a bit odd.

The art in the game looks OK, I guess.

I will say that the style is nice. It is the one good thing I can say about this game.

But what I don’t like is the stealing of characters from other series. Come on, developers. Let’s try to be original.

A woman is being scared by a character from Poppy Playtime.
Screenshot of Naughty Puzzle: Tricky Test Android game.

How the Game Sounds

Almost every bad game I have recently reviewed had no audio. This game at least has something.

Now the music was forgettable elevator music. But even that is better than nothing.

There even were sounds when you did things!

How Does This Game Get You to Spend Money?

The game had an option to remove ads. But when I tapped it, nothing happened.

That seems odd as you think a developer like this would not miss an opportunity to make extra money.

Is This Game Fair if You Don’t Spend Money?

You get every piece of this goofy game for free. It is fair if you don’t spend money.

How Does This Game Annoy You?

Banner ads at all times. Ads in menus. Ads after levels.

I only played the game for about 10 minutes, and I lost count of how many ads I saw.

When I opened up the main menu, I was greeted with an ad boldly declaring that God needs me to download a bible app.

The AndroidGamingFox is angry and looks annoyed.

My Overall Thoughts on Naughty Puzzle: Tricky Test

Naughty Puzzle: Tricky Test is too disappointing of a game to say much. I don’t even want to bother spending the energy anymore. The game is too simple, and it exists to earn ad money.

A one star review makes the AndroidGamingFox chew on a phone.

Do I Recommend People Play Naughty Puzzle: Tricky Test?

No.

Will I Keep Playing Naughty Puzzle: Tricky Test?

No.