Play "What If..." on Android and have Loads of Fun

Playing "What If" may not always be fun, especially when looking back on choices you've made. However with this game on Android it can be loads of fun. What If... is a question game that asks you all sorts of questions including casual, personal, challenging, and crazy questions. The answers are always yes or no, as well so they aren't looking for complicated answers, really. You can also see how other players answered that same question.

What If... is a great game for passing the time, or just having fun. Of course, you can play by yourself and anonymously so there's nothing to lose and no secrets will get out. What If... has over 100,000 questions already in their database and have more coming everyday. This way the fun never ends with What If.... You can share questions with your friends and see what they answered. It's a good way to really learn more about your friends. What If... also gives you the ability to create your own questions and then able to see the statistics for that question, seeing who answered yes and who answered no.

A sample question from the game is "What if... you could extend your lifespan with 20 healthy years. But... you step on a piece of lego everyday when you least expect it." According to What if... right now, the world has answered yes 46% of the time and no 54% of the time to that question. Surprising that's it's pretty close to even. It's a simple, yet fun game to play. Great for taking on road trips and such when there's not much else to do, and you don't necessarily need WiFi to play the game either. What if.... is available on the Google Play Store now as a free-to-play game. Meaning that you can download and play it for free but there are some in-app purchases. These in-app purchases range from $0.99 to $33.99 per item. It may not necessarily be a new game on Android, but it's a great one to play, and has over a million downloads already so there are plenty of people playing right now!


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