A Zelda-like adventure game with a ridiculous sense of humor called Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion will soon be available for Android.
Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion is now accessible through the Google Play Store.

Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion, which was first released on Steam right after tax time last year, opens with the title character ripping up an absurdly hefty tax bill. Following then, a series of absurd events take place with Turnip Boy assisting locals in and around his town with their various issues. The variety of gameplay includes hilarious fetch quests, dungeons that explore video game cliches, and boss fights that are just challenging enough for a casual encounter.

Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion was the funniest video game I’ve ever had the opportunity to play, and I had the pleasure of playing it last year. Even though the game just only a few hours of playtime to finish, the reviews on Steam are mostly very positive.

Every encounter in the game’s early chapters is used as an opportunity to either subvert your expectations or construct a sitcom-style house of cards before demolishing it. It’s hardly an exaggeration to say that the first hour or so of Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion is some of the best genuine laugh-out-loud comedy I’ve seen in a long time, let alone in a computer game, so long as I don’t ruin any of the jokes. Congratulations to Snoozy Kazoo’s writers.

The game has just been made available on other platforms, such as Xbox Game Pass, thanks to Snoozy Kazoo and Graffiti Games. This gives more players the chance to experience the thrills of a (virtual) life of (adorable vegetable) crime. The game’s next stop, as seen by Android Police , is the.

Turnip Boy, created by Plug in Digital, has an Android port that so far seems to feature the entire game, including the free Sunset Station DLC, with gameplay modifications made for mobile devices. Typical joystick overlay and buttons to dash, use, and switch between goods can be seen in screenshots on the Play Store listing.

Update 5/24: Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion, which includes a free demo of the first chapter of the game, is now available in the Google Play Store. After that, you may unlock the entire game for just $5.49 instead of the $14.99 it costs on other platforms. If you’re seeking for a fun game to play on your Android phone to cheer you up, this might be it.

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