Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes APK v1.9.23

Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes — interesting in the game’s performance, which is designed for the passage of two players. One player will take on the role of the one who defuses the bomb, and the other, in turn, will tell him how to do it, having in the presence of certain instructions and knowledge. The kit offers instructions in Russian, which will greatly simplify your task.

Nov 23, 2020
Size 138MB
Requires Android
5.0 and up

You are the only person in a room with an explosive device. The “Experts”, your friends, have the manual to defuse the bomb. There’s one catch. The Experts cannot see the bomb so everyone will have to discuss it quickly.
Rounds are fast-paced and tense. They can also be silly or loud. Everybody plays a critical role in the defusing of a bomb and deciphering the information in a manual.

You and your friend will be putting your communication and puzzle-solving skills to the test by racing to defuse bombs and communicating quickly to each other before the clock runs out.


* Puzzles that challenge you – Challenge your communication skills…and friendships.

* Every bomb is different – The action is kept fresh by procedurally generated puzzles.

* Pocket party game for 2 or more players. – Take it along to your next event, game night, or party to play with your friends.

* Mobile portability – Protect your screen from prying eyes by your Experts.

* One copy of the game is required. – Invite friends to join the fun by becoming “Experts” using their device. View the manual for more information.

* In-person, multiplayer-only: A game that allows players to play together in the same space. Online play is not possible.

* Mission and Freeplay Modes – As players encounter new modules and are subject to constraints, missions become more difficult. You can unlock Freeplay Mode and set your own pace with custom bombs.

Daydream VR optional – This is a great way to share VR with your friends!

Bomb Defusal Manual is available for free printing or viewing at

What’s new?
26 languages added support

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