Free strategy puzzle game
Naughty Puzzle: Tricky Test is a free strategy puzzle game for Android. Explore countless 'naughty' levels by relying on your wit. Then, use your intelligence to solve vague riddles by interacting with graphical elements on the screen. You can swipe, sketch and click your way to the last level in this puzzle game by Rocket Game Studio.
Naughty Puzzle: Tricky Test bears similarity to Brain Test: Tricky Puzzles, but you get better value with the latter. Another similar game is Braindom 2: Brain Teaser Game, which is much closer in quality. Both games feature a plethora of vaguely explained levels that don't make much sense. You can also try Puzzle Dragons.
Whether you thought this game dealt with the naughtiness of an adult nature or simply mischief, you'd be hard-pressed to find either in this game. Naughty Puzzle: Tricky Test is a series of vaguely explained levels where you interact with scenes to answer a question. The closest you'll get to ‘naughty’ is seeing cartoon drawings of people in their underwear.
The 12+ age limit was most likely tacked onto Naughty Puzzle: Tricky Test because of depictions of violence. This, again, isn’t naughty in any sense, but it can be considered obscene. This game is generally riddled with obscenities, from the suggestion of murder to scenes that outrightly depict a corpse.
Too many ads
It’s well established that ads help keep games like Naughty Puzzle: Tricky Test free. Even so, the sheer amount of ads in this free puzzle game is tiring. Ads also turn you on to other games you might enjoy, so they serve a purpose. But displaying two ads before you finish the first level of Naughty Puzzle: Tricky Test is excessive.
Ad-filled time killer
The Google Play store is full of strategy games that deliver great content without bombarding you with ads; this isn’t one of them. The levels aren’t descriptive enough to warrant finding a solution yourself; most of these 'puzzle' games end with the user looking the answers up online.
The expectation of 'naughtiness' that no doubt drives up the download rate is leaning toward false advertising as Naughty Puzzle: Tricky Test, rated 12+ on Google Play, scarcely makes it close to the PG mark.