Homeless? 2

Contains ads
2.3
164 reviews
10K+
Downloads
Content rating
Teen
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About this game

A simulation game of life where you climb the ladder to success.

You play a person who lives, and you are tasked with improving his life. You can either take the high road as a good citizen or the low road as a seasoned criminal. Many cool challenges, so monitor your health and hunger. Good Luck!

Game Features:
• Easy to play
• Clean interface
• Leaderboards
• Achievements
• Save game progress


Created with the gamer in mind by @PositivelyMade.
Updated on
Mar 29, 2022

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2.3
164 reviews
A Google user
December 20, 2019
If I could give 0 stars, I would. This game is ridiculous! There are too many requirements that make 0 sense and they are all so expensive! Health and food options give very little as well! A drivers license is not a requirement for a taxi driver but wig making is? What is that? Mathematics, a requirement for newspaper delivery, is 5500 BUT pays very little? 3rd job on list? Becoming a criminal is hard too! I'm sorry. The first game was way better!
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Positively Made
January 22, 2020
App Updated, enjoy!
justin evans
December 12, 2021
Ads make the game extremely slow. Pop-up ads cause you to push buttons you did not mean to, which send you to the ad's website. Decent, fun and well-thought-through game if not for the ads.
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A Google user
December 12, 2019
The first one was so much better I like the idea of more stuff put some things just have too many requirements and they're too expensive I find myself eating trash and sleeping a lot and stealing bikes kills you and if you put your money in the bank it now takes it away instead of giving you the 2% interest
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