Daisy's Crazy Day used to be available in Google Play, based on searching the web, but is no longer there. It looks as though it used to be free in Google Play. It is normally priced at $0.99 in the Amazon Appstore. As we've noted before, there are sometimes differences in pricing and availability between the two marketplaces.
Daisy's Crazy Day is described as follows:
It's Crazy Being DaisyDaisy's Crazy Day is rated at 2.4 stars in the Amazon Appstore.
Daisy's got a hot date with Brad tonight, and she needs your help getting ready! Her day is getting crazier by the second. Can you beat the clock and get her to her date on time? Find out in this simple, yet addictive, game for your Android device.
Seven Steps to a Great Date
If only Daisy could get through her day and not be late for her date with Brad! You can help by playing seven mini-games, each of which gets her a little closer to the big evening.
First, wake Daisy up by ringing her alarm clock, then find all the items she needs in the shower. Once she's squeaky-clean, pick out a matching outfit from Daisy's favorite magazine, and then ... oops! Daisy locked herself out of her apartment when she checked the mail, so you'll have to help her kick the door in.
Phew! Now catch your breath and assemble the perfect fruit smoothie for Daisy's lunch. Once she's all fueled up, Daisy needs to run an errand. But she realizes that the shoes in her closet are a mess! Help her match each pair and box them up as fast as you can, because time is running short.
Finally, it's time for a quick trip to the mall. Daisy discovers that the other shoppers are a nasty bunch--but she's no slouch, either. Help fend off the competition by chucking Daisy's shoes at anyone who gets too close. Hey, none of them would have looked good in that dress, anyway!
Did you make it past all seven games? Congratulations! Now Daisy can go on her date with the dreamy Brad. If you didn't, start over and try again. Remember, good dates don't just happen by themselves, and if there's one thing Daisy isn't, it's lazy. Good luck!
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