Ever seen that Monty Python sketch about the Ministry of Silly Walks? John Cleese's character works at the Ministry, offering government backing for the newest and stupidest ways of walking. Hilarious!
Silly Walks is the perfect game for those wanting to practise their silly skills without publicly making a fool of themselves.
Play as anthropomorphic groceries – including Piney the pineapple, Ramenja the ramen bowl, Slurpy the fizzy drink and Butters the peanut butter jar – dodging various obstacles and rescuing your foody friends in each domestic setting.
As soon as you hit the play icon, your chosen character will start to rotate, balancing only on one foot. Tap either the left or right of your screen to switch foot and the direction of rotation. Eventually you'll start to figure out the perfect method of alternating taps to succeed in moving your character forward.
Although not graceful, moving your character across bridges made from chopping boards, dodging hot waffle irons, kicking mugs and collecting sugar cubes on your homely voyage is immensely entertaining. Just make sure that you watch out for sinister looking appliances, as they can activate at any point.
So if you fancy yourself as a purveyor of the silliest of walks, worthy of even the Ministry's funding, start stretching your legs...as well as your fingers.