Cheating Tom arrives on Apple App Store
Crazy Labs today revealed that their newest game, Crazy Tom, has arrived on the Apple App Store. The game was originally released three weeks ago for Android devices on Google Play, and has been featured as an editorial favorite, boasting 1.5 million downloads in the short time since release.
The game itself is a twist on role play that allows you to cheat your way through school. You’ve lost your allowance due to bad grades and are thus devastated. After all, you simply want the new toys in the store window, but without your allowance, you can’t afford to obtain them.
You really only have one option available in order to obtain the funds needed for these toys: cheat. After choosing either Cheating Tom or Cheating Tammy, you are thrust into the game, where you need to tap on the student whose paper you want to copy and hold it as the green progress bar fills up.
It sounds simple enough, but in order to get the best grade possible you’ll need to run around to different desks, avoiding the piercing glances of the teachers and keeping an eye on the yellow bar. After all, if the yellow bar fills, it means that a student is getting rather angry at you and is likely to tell.
Uri Golan, Developer Relations Manager at Crazy Labs, stated, “This release continues ever-evolving fun, creative content for Crazy Labs. Quality animation and great game play are addicting, and Crazy Labs is always publishing a unique app you want to play. In this case, we are the developer as well. Crazy Labs studios did an amazing job creating a game experience based on pure fun and mischief.”
Will Tom (or Tammy) be successful?