It seems that there were two types of kids in school: those who tormented others and those who were tortured. Nobody was ever just left alone to play or learn. There was always that little spoiled brat who made everyone else miserable. Well, in Naughty Little Devil, it’s your turn to be that brat.
It can be hard to be stuck in a classroom all day. You’re bored out of your mind. It’s not like you can whip out a book or grab your phone for a little entertainment. That’s apparently frowned upon in the educational system. You’ve got to be more creative with how you pass your time until that sweet dismissal bell rings.
All you have at your disposal are your school supplies. With a little imagination, you’ve managed to come up with a game. You’ve broken your eraser into little bits. Now, you’re going to fling those bits at the poor victims in front of you. Your goal is to fling as many bits as possible before they notice.
When your classmate lifts their hand to their head, they’re on to you. To avoid getting into any trouble, you need to hide behind your book to look less suspicious. Once you’re done hiding, you can go back to flinging eraser bits at your classmate.
However, if you don’t hide in time, your victim snaps and is ready to let you have it. They stand up and turn around to confront you with their pure rage. Who can blame them? You just spent 10 minutes filling their hair with eraser bits for no reason other than boredom.
There’s only one in-app purchase available, and it’s to remove the ads. The price is $0.99. The ads run along the bottom of the screen, and they’re not very noticeable.
This may not be a stunning app full of action and mystery, but it was a fun game to play and pass the time. It’s addictive, and I liked being able to annoy someone without actually bothering anyone in real life.