Lazaretto is an immersive first-person indie survival horror game that puts players in the shoes of an urban explorer - whose investigation of a creepy abandoned quarantine island turns into a strange, surreal and dangerous adventure. Atmospheric and surreal, Lazaretto offers a glimpse of a bizarre world beyond human consciousness.
Do you remember our review of what may just be the prettiest golf game we have ever seen on mobile? If so, today we would like to share our interview with the developers of the gorgeous low-poly golf game OK Golf.
Do you remember a game called 1010! by GramGames? Funnily enough, 1010! was actually the 25th game to be featured on Edamame Reviews - way back before our site became popular among mobile gamers and developers.
SimCity was a great game on PC, but for some reason, we never really enjoyed it quite as much on mobile... Although our smartphones are (by far) powerful enough to run the rather complex tasks you are required to complete as the mayor of a developing city, perhaps it was the complex tasks themselves that prevented us from loving SimCity on mobile? But not any more... because today's game is great fun!
Have you ever played a mildly serious game of capture the flag with your friends or family that quickly developed into something terrifying!? ...and potentially life-threatening...? Before you even consider trying it, a word of advice from our team. It isn't a good idea!
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.
Playing indie games from Japan is always fun. Although not everything you'll get from the country that invented Mario is as fun or addictive as the classic games you remember from your childhood, they are often at least different from what you'll find dominating the English market.
In this game, you are the cube. You must think and behave like a cube. Your job as the cube is to fall down an endless void for as long as possible. Now, you must be thinking to yourself, “I could fall down this endless void forever!” And well, that is where you would be wrong.
Korong is based on a very simple idea, I wanted to make an infinite runner-ish game where you don't have to start everything from the beginning when you lose your character. Though many players have gotten used to this common concept, having to start over each time you die is still very annoying in my opinion.
Do you enjoy playing tricky avoider games on your iOS or Android device? If so, you're in luck because today we would like to share with you the single most abstract avoider game we've ever seen on iOS! For Android users, there doesn't seem to be a release date for Android so you may just be out of luck this time...
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