~~~ WARNING: DO NOT TRY THIS AT (HIGH) SCHOOL! ~~~
Cheating Tom is back with a vengeance and ready to cheat his way through high school, all the way to prom! Quick, copy answers off other students before you get busted! Outsmart all new teachers, Principal Peters and the nerdiest students ever to receive high scores and advance levels. Beat Scam Sam, Tom’s arch-nemesis, in an epic cheating rivalry to the top of the class!
Over 100 challenging and addictive levels! Cheating Tom 2 is even more challenging than the original! Compete with friends and check out their progress on the map!
Master the art of cheating and you just might be the next prom king or queen!
> Over 100 challenging levels & extra special game modes for hours of procrastination.
> Choose your avatar - Tom and Tammy
> Watch Tom and Tammy show off their groovy new dance moves!
> New upgradeable power ups and in-game currency to enhance gameplay
> Hilarious animated storyline!
> 11 nasty teachers & 11 totally nerdy students with new behaviors!
> 15 crazy classroom settings!
> Awesome yearbook with tons of ridiculous students and teachers to collect!
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The app is free to play but certain in-game items may require payment. The app includes:
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- social networks links to connect with others while playing
- the option to accept push notifications to inform of exciting news (e.g. updates)
- an age-gate to prevent access to some features to protect children (e.g. restrict behavioral advertising or information sharing).