604.800 seconds have passed again, which means that we already have a new free app for seven days. On this occasion, the application of the week is a game (Surprise! ... or not) called Super sharp in which we will have to cut different objects to make that sometimes part of the objects that we cut and other times balls (among other things) touch the colored squares that appear somewhere on the screen.
Said like that, the truth is that it seems simple, but the word "sharp" also means "sharp" and is in the title of the game for something. As in many other games, after the first levels that serve as a tutorial, things will begin to get complicated and will make us think how the hell we get something to touch the squares. But what did you expect from a game created to make us think?
Super Sharp looks simple, but it isn't
At least as far as I have tried, and I imagine it will be like this throughout the game, we can make cuts to objects until there is no object left to cut or we touch on the upper right corner of the screen. That being the case, we can achieve our goal in a thousand ways, and that's something I like about Super Sharp, that we don't have just one right way of doing things.
It goes without saying that Super Sharp is not going to win an award for best graphics of the year, but neither does it intend to. This game proves once again that you don't always need great graphics to have fun. The soundtrack isn't going to win any awards either, but I think the important thing is the whole My Super Sharp has already pleasantly surprised me. In fact, I have downloaded it to test it and have been playing longer than I expected.
As always, it's worth taking advantage of the App of the Week deal and downloading Super Sharp while it's still there. available for free. Surely it happens to you like me, that you will not stop playing so soon. Waiting for Pokemon GO ...