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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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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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Circle Bash: Developer Spotlight with Edlix Studios

Here we are, back with yet another exciting Developer Spotlight! Today we are taking a moment to shine the spotlight on Circle Bash by Edlix Studios! Before we start we would like to thank Eduard for collaborating with us and for taking the time to talk with us about Circle Bash! 😃 Thanks Eduard –…

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STRIKER – A Real Challenge!

Do you always get excited about playing “hyper-casual” games on your mobile device? Since the creation of hyper-casual games, a lot has changed, more innovation in terms of gameplay and game eco-system but one thing is common in every hyper-casual game and that is the “art style”. This art style is pleasant for our eyes and…

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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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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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Water Shooty Review: Water fight level infinity…

Water Shooty (by Rollic Games) is perhaps the most serious water fight game we have ever seen anywhere. For starters, the water droplets in this game are about the size of an apple so no wonder your character collapses the moment he gets hit! I’m impressed he even gets up again to play another round……

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Our interview with RadPirates the developers of Ball Paint

Did you enjoy our review of Ball Paint? If so, today we’ve got a developer interview with the developers of Ball Paint you are not going to want to miss! If you have yet to check out our review of Ball Paint, you can do so here! Before we start we’d like to thank the…

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Our interview with Ketchapp the developers of Flip Man!

Do you remember our review of Flip Man!, Nonsense Fall, Ball Pack, Tricky Tube, Police Runner, Domino, Prince of Persia – the list just goes on and on! 😅 Over the years we’ve reviewed nearly 100 Ketchapp Games and today we are excited to share with you our first ever interview with the studio that…

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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 ///…

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Lunch Break – Saving Chris’s lunch is harder than it looks…

Lunch Break (by Ashley Spencer-Phillips) is the first real “indie-game” we’ve reviewed in a while and it really reminds us of just how hard it is to make a game when developing solo. Set at what must be the worst pixelated park bench in history, (you’ll soon see why), your mission in this game is…

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Stack Ball – Wow is this game crazy addictive!!

Were you – or perhaps are you still – hyper-addicted to the simple yet strangely compelling Helix Jump by Voodoo? Believe it or not, when we initially reviewed Helix Jump, we actually thought the game was going to fail… Currently, we’re on level 2023… Boy!! We were wrong!!! Based on a similar sort of mechanic,…

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Shuyan Saga – How are we supposed to put this game down!!

For anyone who has followed Edamame Reviews for a really long time, you may be aware of just how much we love a game with a good story. When it comes to hyper-casual mobile games, sure, perhaps no story is ok, but when it comes to a game we are going to be playing for…

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Geometry Slalom interview with Irrazionali

Are you easily attracted to all things Cyberpunk? The mixture of old and new often results in an incredibly attractive and somewhat nostalgic feeling game that is cool to look at and “hopefully” just as cool to play – and in the case of Geometry Slalom, the gameplay does not disappoint! If you have yet to…

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Tower Color interview with Homa Games!

Do you enjoy smashing things? If you actually stop and think about it, almost every “satisfying video” you see on YouTube is basically just someone destroying something that didn’t need to be destroyed. Like mixing different colored playdough together until it becomes the color of… 💩💩💩…yeah… If you have yet to check out our review…

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Catum Lab – Generating millions of cats with unique traits at the touch of a fingertip!

To be released on August 28th, Catum Lab is a hyper-casual game where you generate cats, each with their own unique traits and rarity, simply by tapping. You can name your cat, and share their pictures with your friends. Catum Lab is the purrfect game for pet lovers and those who need a quick two-minute…

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Sumo Beat – Jump to the Music

So there you have it, a game with a triangle and spheres only. Some say “less is more.” but even if the game looks simple, it is not so simple to play, and that’s the point! Your first high score will most likely be less than 10, and when you see that you cannot improve…