Mr. Go Home – Welcome to the hell of trying to get home…

Going home is something we expect most people on this small blue planet kind of look forward to… So when a new game threatens to all but destroy that almost sacred joy we all feel after coming home from a long day’s work, we simply had to give it a try!

What makes Mr. Go Home (by MARKAPP.INC) such a hellish game is less about going home and more about being foolish enough to think that you are going to make it home in one piece. …because there is absolutely no way that is going to happen… 😂

Set in an obviously Super Mario like 2D setting, your mission in this game is to use 3 on-screen buttons (Move Left, Move Right, and Jump) in order to avoid unavoidable obstacles as you slowly make your way back home.

For anyone who has ever played an awful game called Syobon ActionMr. Go Home is essentially the same game featuring unexpected and totally unavoidable obstacles, which can only be avoided if you take the time to memorize where they are on the map.

Luckily for us, the game is broken up into 4 sets (Easy, Normal, Hard, and Nightmare) that each feature a given number of levels, making the game much easier to play since you aren’t required to memorize a huge long stage from start to finish… or at least, the game doesn’t start out like that…

Other than super hard levels that are pretty much guaranteed to frustrate the living daylights out of you, Mr. Go Home is a fairly simple game which doesn’t actually feature all that much in terms of skins, unlockable items, or anything else as such – although it does feature quite a few Ads.

The Conclusion

If you’re in need of a game that makes being stuck in traffic for an hour on your way home from work or school feel a whole lot better, try downloading this game. Suddenly your life will feel a whole lot brighter. 😂


to give Mr. Go Home a try? The download link is just below.📲
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