Timberman

Chop down a really big tree with an array of lumberjacks

(7/10)

Review

Date: 26.04.2018 Author: Jay

Timberman for iOS is a simple and straightforward tree chopping game. This one is highly repetitious and just might give you OCD if you don't already have it.

Timberman presents in portrait mode, delivering a free trip to the loony bin if you play it for too long. As the story goes, there's some really humongous trees out there, just asking for it. You know the kind: the ones that took centuries to grow to astronomical heighte. The pride and joy of virtually any national park. The source of inspiration and wonderment; that make you see the world through pure eyes and with a clean heart. The sort of nature's beauty you just can't see anywhere, and makes you rethink your paltry little problems. Yes, that kind of tree - and you're gonna chop it down to make toothpicks, Popsicle sticks, and barbecue skewers.

In another sign of total mindless excess, just tap the left or right sides of the screen to chop down one of nature's true wonders, one stump at a time. Tap, tap, tap; chop, chop, chop. It's never ending, oh so sad, and oh so boring. Every once in a while you gotta switch sides so as to not get crushed by a low hanging branch (yippie!) in what is perhaps this mighty tree's last ditch effort at survival. You can play with an array of silly lumberjacks, provided you're dumb enough to pay for them.

Timberman is a mindless game that will entertain for a a few minutes at most. Just keep in mind, when we're all living in that apocalyptic, industrial future, with no sun and limited oxygen, we'll have mentality like this to thank for it. But hey, at least you were entertained for a few minutes, and that's what's really important here.

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