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 casual gaming space, our title of “Best Rhythm-Game” would probably go to Tiles Hop (by Amanotes).

Since Tiles Hop was such a big hit among our reviewers (and even some editors) at Edamame Reviews when we realized that Amanotes had released yet another casual rhythm game in conjunction with T7C Studio, we simply had to check it out!

Hop Ball 3D (by Amanotes & T7C Studio) is a simplistic 3D rhythm game about skillfully bouncing a ball from one platform to the next all to the beat of the music. With popular beats for you to bounce your ball to (such as Unity by The Fat Rat) Hop Ball 3D is a super high-quality rhythm game we somehow feel as though we have already reviewed.

For anyone who has already played Tiles Hop, Hop Ball 3D both looks and feels almost identical to Tiles Hop – even the name is almost the same!

With slightly more detailed low-poly graphics and a definite end to each of the levels, we’re actually not entirely sure why Hop Ball 3D even exists… 😅

For starters, both games seem to feature a lot of the same songs and are played in mostly the same way. It almost feels as though Amanotes chose to clone their own game which doesn’t really make a lot of sense.

Overall, we think both games are equally great and enjoyable to the point where it actually doesn’t matter which one you choose to play.

If you’re not sure which game to download: Hop Ball 3D or Tiles Hop, perhaps you should get Siri to flip a coin for you, because we can hardly tell the difference between these two games. At least they are both fun 😂

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2 COMMENTS

  1. “How is this game different from Tiles Hop?” you may ask… The graphics are way better in this game!!

    • Well yes, you could argue that the graphics in this game are better, however, the actual mechanic essentially stays the same. It’s like creating a clone of your own game to compete with your own games. Neither games are bad, it’s just strange to think why anyone would choose to do that?

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