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That guy you see in every casual game…

If you play a lot of obscure casual games, you may have noticed there is this one guy who keeps appearing in all these different games being developed by different developers, in different countries, who seemingly have nothing to do with one another. YET SOMEHOW! This one guy manages to keep appearing in all these…

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Reddy – A simple captivating casual game

Reddy is a simple casual game you can play anywhere, anytime for just for a couple of minutes or for longer if you so choose. It is fun and captivating and you can challenge your friends as well as people all over the world thanks to its integration with Google Play Games leaderboards. The game…

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Where are all the casual games? Our thoughts on Tokyo Game Show 2018

If the two companies that come to mind when you think of mobile games for iOS and Android are Ketchapp and Voodoo, you’ll probably fail in Japan… We already knew that the mobile industry in Japan was different from the rest of the world, but we didn’t realize just how drastically different they really were. So how…

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Get Smashy with a New Super casual Game from Plexonic and WHAT (games)

Based on our all-favorite survival mode, your mission in this super-casual game is to move a “smashie-ball” around the stage, collect gems and gain points by smashing through glass in order to unlock more characters and eventually eat a yummy treat. There are 30+ different “smashies” and hundreds of fun levels for you to master with…

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“Mim” in CasualGame

This game is based on minigames, 3-MatchPuzzle games and maze finders. There are a total of 12 mini games.Minigames can be more fun to play with items.This item can be obtained through Maze or 3-Matchpuzzle. The 3-Match game has heroes.Heroes can be used to eliminate blocks, and heroes can be obtained through mazes. In addition,…

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Business

Business interview with Davy’deo Games Studio featuring MagikFusion

For new viewers, this is our interview series where we take an in-depth look at the business side of game development and discuss some of the different strategies used by creative professionals within the gaming space. The series is comprised of 6 set questions which should apply to the majority of creative businesses within the…

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Business interview with Davy’deo Games Studio featuring Artefacts: Magik Puzzles

For new viewers, this is our interview series where we take an in-depth look at the business side of game development and discuss some of the different strategies used by creative professionals within the gaming space. The series is comprised of 6 set questions which should apply to the majority of creative businesses within the…

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Fancade – The only mobile game you’ll need in 2020

If for some unknown reason you decided to install just one game on your smartphone to last you till the very end of 2020, Fancade (by Martin Magni) is by far your best choice as of right now. Here’s why… As the name kind of implies, Fancade is a sort of arcade game that compiles…

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Trivia.io: Basically a Japanese gameshow 😂

Trivia.io (by 8SEC Games) is a game that turns casual trivia into a hyper-modern Japanese gameshow-like experience you really need to check out. Set on a 3D stage surrounded by water, your mission in this game is to bet on the answers to simple trivia questions by tapping and holding on different answers in order…

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Idle Army Base – Thankfully this is still a game

Idle Army Base (by Neon Play) is a game that may just simulate what your life could have looked like had WW3 started just 3 days into 2020 and you were drafted into the army to protect your country. Thankfully that hasn’t happened just yet and we can still laugh at the few remaining WW3…

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Cat and Mouse.io – Hyper casual parkour is now a thing and we love it!

Cat and Mouse .io (by Voodoo & Acid Cousins) is a game that captures the excitement of parkour and turns it into a game for everyone to enjoy! Set on a minimalistic 3D map filled with obstacles, powerups (that can be unlocked as you progress through the game) and just a few enemies – this…

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Turbo Stars – A uniquely 2019 skating game

Turbo Stars (by SayGames & estoty) is a skating game for iOS and Android that almost seems to summarize the casual mobile gaming space of 2019. … And you know what, we actually kind of like it. 😆 Starting off with the graphics, Turbo Stars is all about colorful 3D stick figures doing cool athletic…

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How developers game: with XS Software the creator of Lady Popular Fashion Arena

This is our gaming interview with XS Software the creator of Lady Popular Fashion Arena covering how developers play their favorite games. So, let’s get started! /// Thanks for taking the time to talk to us about Lady Popular Fashion Arena and your gaming setup. First things first, are you a PC person or a…

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How developers game: with Space Crescent the creators of Hamad & Sahar

Welcome to our series on “How developers game”. Today we’re talking with Space Crescent the creator of Hamad & Sahar – sharing a little about how developers both play and make their favorite games! Before we start we would like to thank the Space Crescent Team for participating in our interview and for answering all…

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Block Slide Review – A hyper simple puzzle game where luck is handy…

Block Slide (by JollyApps) is the latest, and probably the best, minimalistic casual game we’ve seen from JollyApps. The game is set on a minimalistic 3D stage, and it is your mission to push around gray cubes in order to eliminate cubes by creating rows of five. 💥 The game somewhat reminds us of Tetris…

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Hamad & Sahar – A casual 2D platformer with so much cuteness!

Hamad & Sahar (by Space Crescent) is a casual 2D platformer game for iOS that really takes inspiration from some of the classics. Starting out in an Arabic neighborhood, the game is set in the fictional world of Arabian folktales. The game begins when an evil witch abducts your sister (or brother) depending on which…

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Kung Fu Z – Casually defend your city from a Zombie Apocalypse

If you were an alien trying to learn about Earth and the “things” that live on this tiny blue pebble of a planet, you would probably be lead to believe that zombie apocalypses and alien invasions take place pretty much every day. Imagine if this alien then tried to make a game that would appeal…

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Starlit On Wheels – This game brings back memories…

Were you one of the many millions of players obsessed with Mario Kart on your Nintendo DS way back before smartphones were really a thing? We definitely were(!) which is why Starlit On Wheels (by Rockhead Games) has been a game we have had on our list ever since it was first released way back…

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Our interview with Bird Games the developers of Falling Tower

Here we are, back with another developer interview! This time with Bird Gamesthe creator of Falling Tower. Before we start we’d like to thank the Bird Games Team for participating in our interview and for answering all of our geeky questions! Thanks! …and without further ado, our interview begins… The Interview /// Thanks for taking…

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Our interview with Master Games the developers of Master Ball Jump!

Here we are, back with another developer interview! This time with Master Games the creator of Master Ball Jump! Before we start we’d like to thank the Master Games Team for participating in our interview and for answering all of our geeky questions! Thanks Guys! …and without further ado, our interview begins… The Interview ///…