Gather 'round ye portable devices, and I shall tell you a tale which will make you tear your hair out and make you wish you were one of the undead.
Tricky Test 2, that mobile game by Orangenose Studio which keeps me up at night as I question my knowledge of the universe, has come back to haunt us at the most inopportune time of the year: Halloween.Â
With a special theme that changes the background into a cobweb-filled nightmare and music that fits right at home in Dracula's Spotify library, Tricky Test 2 seems set on adding "heart attacks" to the roster of illnesses that it already causes (previous ailments include "brain damage" and "loss of awareness").
If that wasn't enough, the developers have included a whopping 20 new questions which revolve around this special holiday where children aren't blamed for inducing diabetes upon themselves, bringing the overall tally to 100.
Tricky Test 2 is still free on the Google Play Store and App Store as always, but be wary when downloading it. Apart from the puzzles which require your brain to do more than walk, breathe, and drink coffee in the morning, you now have to watch out for classic monsters that add to the never-ending tension that this game brings.