You Lazy Slacker Should Download iSlack For The Apple iPhone® & Apple iPod® touch

Independent developer Kaida Games and popular games- and app-portal, Daily App Dream (, are offering you lazy slacker to download iSlack for the Apple iPhone® and Apple iPod touch®, for FREE, just the right price for the slacker in you!

iSlack is a simple and hilarious game where you take pride and work hard not to work! You’re a disgruntled worker doing your very best to avoid detection from your boss trying to do what you do best … nothing at all! iSlack is all about balance, a balance focused on keeping your job and maintaining your happiness by doing as little as humanly possible, but be careful as it only takes one slip-up, and you’re out of work, and that would mean working on getting another job!

In iSlack the idea is to slack off as much as possible while watching out for your superiors, who always wear a tie, hat or carry a briefcase. Your objective is to keep your happiness meter high, because this meter actually decreases if you do any actual (productive) work! You slack by pressing buttons representing activities such as going on Twitter or by playing games, and you work by pressing the work-button as a boss walks by your desk! iSlack is the perfect game for the true slacker in you, and with GameCenter support you can even compare your slacking skills with other slackers from all over the world!

iSlack is available from the App Store here:

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