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This version is pretty bland, I can understand why it’s not the original, but in honesty that’s what we are looking for. I don’t feel it needs to be for Ages 12+ you kinda hope as parents you don’t have your 12 year old looking up something titled “Whack Your Boss” it’s nice to see it brought to iOS but majorly preferred it be returned to the original. I grant it too stars based on lack of content, and few glitches like the 1 option not working, and what happened to the audio for his headphones? I hope for the best!
Honestly, I enjoyed the Old version a lot more than the new version. The old game had a lot more gory stuff, which I personally enjoy, but this one just lacks content. Also, why is it rated 12+? This game is barely gory. The only blood left in this game is the cleaner’s bag. I would hardly classify that as 12+ content. Also, you need to fix the pencil. I tried to tap on it but it didn’t work. And you need to add a lot more ways to whack the boss, even though he never dies, like in the old version. In the old version, there were like, 16-24 ways, but now there’s just 7 ( including the unworkable pencil ).
I don’t really like this version as much as I liked the old one simply because it lacks content.... I liked the old one better because it had WAY more content although it was a little bit more violent but I liked it a lot but this version I don’t think I could say the same thing...Its okay but I wouldn’t play it as much as I would and used to play the original version of “Whack Your Boss”... I think it should be changed back to the original...also what happened to the music after he beats his boss?? “No when,No want, No worry” it’s lacking a lot of content...
Well to me, it's not a bad idea, it was some funny moments but it should add more into it. Like the original game with 24 ways, it should add 24 ways as well and thats another problem, it was too short, it needs more ways to whack your boss and also replace the cleaner with some kind of a cartoon character, like someone that is simpler to Mickey Mouse or Bugs bunny or any simpler cartoon characters that you might think of
This is a very good remake of the game. If I had a child 5-10, I’d give this to them, as there is no blood whatsoever. One complaint is the pencil. I have no idea how to activate it. I tapped it like the rest, and other than it glowing, nothing happened. Other than that, you have earned my 3 star approval Tom Winkler. Good job.
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Whack Your Boss Cartoon Land has 362 user reviews.
Whack Your Boss Cartoon Land has an average rating of 2.3.
The latest version of Whack Your Boss Cartoon Land (1.6) was released on May 20, 2017.
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Play this classic game now with super crazy cartoon whackings! Feeling angry on the job?
Release all your rage safely with Whack Your Boss ~ Cartoon Land the classic game with kooky cartoon curiosities. We don't want to give away the surprises so we kept the preview scenes to a minimum. Search for all the ways to whack the boss and feel your tension slowly drift away into a mist of love and acceptance. Created by former Simpsons animator Tom Winkler this twist on his classic game is sure to please with irreverent humor and great animation. More cartoon whackings coming soon!
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