Answer Life’s Toughest Questions With Would You Rather
Would You Rather have X-Ray Vision or Bionic Hearing? Would You Rather have Browse XDA or Go on a Date with SassiBoB? Tough questions such as these call for serious answers… and serious application development!
In order to fill that void, XDA forum member TheWhiteBandito has created a simple game that gives you seemingly random options to choose between. To call this game strangely addictive is a bit of an understatement. In the words of the developer:
An extremely addicting game to play with friends or even by yourself!
This is not yet available on the market. I need some help testing it on more devices! It works perfectly on my HTC Incredible, but need some more people to test it with other screen sizes! Feedback is greatly appreciated, but most of all, enjoy the app!
I am looking for any kind of feedback! If you want to submit some of your own questions, PM me and I will include you in the about page if I accept your question!
Continue on to the game thread to get started, and be sure to leave some feedback while you’re at it!
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