Hole.io (by Voodoo) was and still is a very popular game for iOS and Android, and as is the case with pretty much every popular game on mobile, other developers just can’t help but re-make them with their own “unique-ish” twist. Color Hole 3D (by Good Job Games) is a game that looks and plays […]
Depending on “who” you are playing with, golf can be a relaxing way to enjoy a warm and sunny afternoon. Unfortunately, not every day is warm, sunny or a weekend, so for those days in which real golf isn’t really an option, OK Golf is a stylish new golf game for your iOS or Android device.
FLIP (by KASUMUSHI) is a classic Ketchapp style avoider game about jumping from one side of the screen to the other in order to avoid getting spiked. The game is incredibly simple and easy to play – simply tap on the screen of your device in order to jump from one side of the screen to the other
Horizon (by Ketchapp and Monkeyfood) is the first really good looking game we have seen from Ketchapp. Published almost simultaneously to (Sky Rusher by Voodoo) we can’t help but feel that Horizon is Ketchapp’s response to Voodoo’s challenge, and at the moment, we think Ketchapp may actually be winning!
Donuts Drift (by Voodoo and TryMyGames) is a simplistic drifting game about drifting around gray dots, collecting money, and trying not to crash and burn… Luckily(?) your car is almost always low on fuel so you shouldn’t have too much to worry about.
Do you remember playing a cool little game that didn’t exactly go viral called ZAGA? This game was both fun to play and cool to look at, but most importantly, it was (in our understanding) the start of a new genre of mobile gaming…
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 […]
Basket Throw (by Voodoo) is basically a massive game of “beer pong” only gamified for players of all ages. Set on a minimalistic 3D stage, the game basically consists of flicking a ball from one cluster of cups to the next – that’s literally all there is to it. The game starts out super simple, […]
Have you ever had the “pleasure” of having to stop your minivan on the side of the road, get out into the blistering summer heat, and change a flat tire? In case you weren’t aware, it is horrible. As if more people need to experience the “joys” of changing a flat tire, Tire Some! by […]
If you’ve been following our site for a while, you are likely already well aware that some of us at Edamame Reviews just love a good rhythm game! 🎶 Although our “overall favorite” title in the rhythm game category is most definitely Muse Dash (by PeroPeroGame & X.D.), when we focus in on the minimalistic […]
Jelly Shift (by SayGames & estoty) is a brand new avoider game for iOS and Android that does exactly what you would expect it to. Set on a 3D platform made up of different sized obstacles you will need to re-size your jelly in order to fit through, your mission in this game is to […]
Ok, it seems someone didn’t get the memo about defining “friendship”, because the way in which you use your friends in this game definitely isn’t ideal. Ball vs Colors! (by Virede) is a minimalistic 3D avoider game about smashing any obstacles that stand in your path(!) …using your friends as bashable ammunition… thanks, friend… Set […]
For anyone who uses TikTok for their daily dose of cringe-worthy content, you may have noticed an awesome new game called Touch the wall (by Romeo Nahon) that nobody seems to be able to download… WHAT!? Set on a 3D stage sort of like a crazy Japanese game show, your mission in this game is […]
Just like you wouldn’t choose to name your newborn son or daughter Jar Jar Binks, most people don’t generally choose to name “something they actually care about” after an obvious loser – even if that loser could secretly be an evil sith overlord in hiding… So when (VOODOO & h8games) chose to name their latest […]
Here we are, back with another developer interview! This time with Nonline the developers of Fungi! Before we start we’d like to thank the Nonline 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 the time […]