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Remember Eraser Battle in Primary School? You Can Now Play it On Your Phone With This App!



Relive Your Childhood Memories & Play Eraser Battle Once More With This App - WORLD OF BUZZ
Source: Mothership.sg

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If you are a 90s kid, you’d probably remember gathering around a table with your friends during recess in primary school, whipping out your colourful erasers and battling with intense focus just to win your opponent’s weapon. Nothing comes quite close to the exhilarating feeling of seeing your eraser topple in all the right angles, winning you another eraser to add to your collection.

This is probably one of the most nostalgic memories from our childhood, and one we relive from time to time when the opportunity arises, but we have to admit that nothing is the same now many years down the road. We’ve all grown up and no one even owns these erasers anymore.


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Well, what if I told you that you CAN relive your fondest childhood memories? Just like everything else that’s going digital, there is now an app where you can play this exact game with your friends!

According to Mothership.sg, Rubber Wrestling is a new mobile game app that mimics the familiar scene of a typical eraser battle from the days of old. Unlike real life, however, where you could find every country’s flag printed on these erasers, the app only features two flags, Malaysia and Singapore.

Playing the game is just as easy as how it used to be. Just tap and hold on the edges of the eraser to ‘charge up’, then let go to launch the eraser. 

After the eraser has landed, the other player can take their turn. Of course, once you let go and the eraser does not move, it counts as a turn. What’s good about this app is that you can use the zoom button for a more precise aim and launch.

Like the actual game, the player who successfully pins the opponent under their eraser is the winner. You’re also free to make up your own rules as there isn’t a rule system in place. However, launching your eraser too far will cause it to fall off the table instead.

From the description of it, what do you think of this app? Do you think it comes close to the actual game? Could it be worse? Try it out and let us know in the comments below.

You can download Rubber Wrestling now on Google Playstore.


Also read: Revisiting Harry Potter, Enid Blyton & Other Books That Made Malaysians’ Childhood Super Awesome!

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