Game Reviews

Whack Your Boss – Release Your Anger

Are you angry at work? Have you ever thought of beating him to the point of being sane? Now is your great opportunity to do without hurting individuals in the incredibly addicting and hilarious free online game”Whack Your Boss.The game begins with the familiar office environment when your boss arrives and begins to talk about the typical stuff. But, unlike real world game, in Whack Your Boss you can let your anger out by picking any object around the office and slaying your boss with the object. There are 17 ways you can do this! The genre of the game is like hidden object games however, it’s not exactly. You must figure out what objects you can utilize to achieve your objective. In contrast as no involvement in the game is needed it can be described as an interactivity.The 17 methods to beat your boss are extremely creative and you must test every method to find every possibility for you to take pleasure in the game! Move your mouse across the screen. When the object you’re directed to is able to get your boss a whack the boss is highlighted. Clean everything up after every attempt when you press the “Clean” button, and restart with a new strategy to hit your boss in order to get the points.

The graphics in the game are cartoon-like to distinguish the game from reality. It’s still a lot of fun to look at these original animations on black and white graphics. The voices and sounds are enjoyable to listen to. One of the ways to play it is out mostly using sound effects, with the characters being hidden behind the walls The sounds alone are so funny and you’ll probably not realize that there’s nothing happening on screen. In addition, I’d like to suggest you to listen to what the boss says – what he’s saying can be fun all on its own. The voice ceases after a while, urging you to do something.If you’re unable to locate every possible way to beat the game Here are the strategies to every way to win at Whack Your Boss: watch for the wall and that water fountain in your corridor and the pencil in the hands of your boss and your own hands. your chair, briefcase the desk box, mug and keyboard. the monitor, ruler, trash can; stapler umbrella; door of the cabinet on the roof the hanging hook for pegs (the one that is on the wall where the coat hangs).