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Mario Kart Tour Review – Sometimes coming 1st just isn’t enough…

Mario Kart Tour (by Nintendo) is a great game, perhaps the best game we’ve ever seen from Nintendo for iOS and Android devices. However, it comes with a bit of…

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Dothaus Review – A game about patience and timing…

Dothaus (by Badbones Productions) is a game about waiting for that perfect moment. Set on a 2D stage made up of what may be the world’s simplest obstacle course, Dothaus…

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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…

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Our interview with Playpal Games the creator of keeko.io

Here we are, back with another developer interview! This time with playpal the creator of keeko.io. Before we start we’d like to thank the playpal Team for participating in our…

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Our interview with JollyApps the creator of Block Slide

Here we are, back with another developer interview! This time with JollyApps the creator of Block Slide – Puzzle Game. Before we start we’d like to thank the JollyApps Team…

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Basketball Superstar Review: You’re 100% in control of everything!

Basketball Superstar (by Lazy Boy Developments) is a game that essentially puts you in control of a future NBA star, however not in the way you might expect. 🤔 You…

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Keeko.io Review – Keeping kids fit with video games

Keeko.io (by playpal) isn’t your average fighting game. Set in the junk food-filled streets of New York City, your mission in this game is to fight off junk food like…

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Our interview with Space Crescent the developer of Hamad & Sahar

Here we are, back with another developer interview! This time with Space Crescent the creator of Hamad & Sahar. Before we start we’d like to thank the Space Crescent Team…

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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…

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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…

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How to make Buildbox using Unity 3D

Buildbox was and still is an incredibly popular piece of game development software. Its simple drag and drop interface allowed people with no prior game development skills to create best…

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Move Fever Review: This game came just a little too late…

Move Fever (by Mazari Games) isn’t a bad game, it’s just got an over-achieving competitor called Get In Shape by Ketchapp… 😅 Set on the stage of a low poly gameshow…

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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…

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Popcorn Burst Review: Basically life at a popcorn stand

Popcorn Burst (by SayGames) is basically a game about filling up simple 2D shapes with popcorn. Although I have never worked at a popcorn stand, it doesn’t take a genius…

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Stickfight Infinity Review: 30 Second death match!

Stickfight Infinity (by Skygo) is a face-paced FFA battle royal for iOS and Android where death is inevitable. Set on a 2D platform, this game is all about grabbing the…

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DrawingBrush.io Review: How is this game on the top charts!?

DrawingBrush.io (by xiaoli yao) is probably either a disaster or just another publisher flexing by hijacking the top 100 most popular free apps on the Apple App Store. Who knows…

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Basket Throw Review: It get’s harder…

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…

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Crazy Kick Review: The defenders are probably the craziest…

Crazy Kick! (by Voodoo & Orbital Knight) is an obstacle-filled 3D soccer game about getting a ball past a bunch of hopeless defenders and into your opponent’s goal. 👍 Your…

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Shape Shifter 3D Review: Wait, but isn’t this just…

Shape Shifter 3D (by Voodoo) is an obvious rip-off of Jelly Shift (by SayGames) but you know what? We really don’t mind. 😂 For anyone who was addicted to Jelly Shift…

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Snack.io Review: Eat, Fight, and grow bigger than everyone else!!

Snack.io by Voodoo is a game about eating sugary sweets that rain down upon you from the Gods above in order to grow bigger and stronger than any of the…

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Uphill Run Review: Get to the top, and knock everyone else down…

Uphill Run (by Voodoo & GNARCADE) is the sort of game you wouldn’t want small children to see you playing. 😅 Uphill Run is basically about dashing up to the…

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Flip Runner Review: If cringe content was a game…

Flip Runner (by MotionVolt Games) is a cringe-worthy parkour-style flipping runner game(?) for iOS and Android. Set in a hyper-realistic 3D city, this game is all about flipping from one…

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Rope Rescue! Review: Put your logic to the test…

Rope Rescue! (by Coda Platform) is basically a game about common sense. The game is all about logically figuring out how to string up a zip line people can slide…

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Pilot Royale Review: Fun to play… but why?

Pilot Royale (by Ketchapp) may just be the best-made underwhelming game for iOS and Android we’ve seen in maybe forever… 😂 Played in an abundance of different 3D locations, Pilot…

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No Humanity Review: Yeah, we hate this game…

No Humanity (by Sweaty Chair Studio) subtitled “The hardest game on the App Store” is not only a horrible game, chances are, it will actually help you create a “sweaty…

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Dune Surfer Review: Draw your way to the finish line

Dune Surfer (by Crazy Labs) is a game where the name doesn’t really work. This game probably should have been called “Line Surfer” or something like that! 😅 Set on…

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Perfect Slices Review: A game about money and knives… but mostly money…

Perfect Slices (by SayGames) is a speedy slicing game for iOS and Android about slicing up vegetables for a beautiful soup you can sell for money. Perfect Slices also allows…

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Island Glider Review: A strangely satisfying gliding game

Are you the type who is strangely satisfied by smooth landings and softly flowing water? 💦 If so, today we’ve got a game we expect many of you will really…

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Outbreak Dead Crisis Review: Excellent until you hit Stage 7

Do you enjoy fighting hordes of zombies from the safety of your living room? If so, today we would like to share Outbreak Dead Crisis (by Triple Fry Games) a…

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Our interview with Tiempo Libre the creator of Shootin’ A Round

Here we are, back with another developer interview! This time with Tiempo Librethe creator of Shootin’ A Round. Before we start we’d like to thank Tiempo Libre for participating in…

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Get in Shape Review: Basically a crazy Japanese game show

Get in Shape may just be the funniest game we have ever seen from Ketchapp – which kind of makes sense why the game is blowing up on TikTok. Set on…

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Heroes and Merchants Review: Old school RPG fun for Mobile

Do you long for the days of old school RPGs before fancy graphics, cinematic cut-scenes, and more recently Pay2Win completely dominating the category? Today we would like to share Heroes…

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Our interview with Oliver Bohnes the developer of Heroes and Merchants

Here we are, back with another developer interview! This time with Oliver Bohnesthe creator of Heroes and Merchants. Before we start we’d like to thank Oliver Bohnes for participating in…

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Shootin’ A Round Review: What it feels like to fight a screensaver!

Shootin’ A Round by Tiempo Libre is a slow-paced shooter game for Android that looks super simple and easy to play until the very moment you pick up your smartphone…

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Our interview with Spheroid Games the developers of Spheroid X

Here we are, back with another developer interview! This time with Spheroid Games the creator of Spheroid X! Before we start we’d like to thank the Spheroid Games Team for…

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Spheroid X Review: Not dying on the first round is almost impossible…

Spheroid X by Spheroid Games is a zero-gravity platformer game for Android. Set within a massive 3D maze, your mission in this game is to find all the “Sun Keys”…

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Tire Some! Review: Changing a car tire has never been harder

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?…

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Zipline 3D Review: The worst kind of guy at a theme park…

Have you ever slid down a zipline at a theme park or bush adventure summer camp? If you have, you are probably already well aware that ziplines are fun, scary,…

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Cool Goal! Review: Come on! Even PUBG gives you free underwear…

Were you the type of guy or girl who obsessed over the angle at which you fired your tiny pixelated characters in Angry Birds back when that game wasn’t a…

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Our interview with Kraftum Games the creators of Laikanaut

Here we are, back with another developer interview! This time with Kraftum Games the creator of Laikanaut. Before we start we’d like to thank the Kraftum Games Team for participating…

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Our interview with AntiSocialGames the creators of Scolors

Here we are, back with another developer interview! This time with AntiSocialGames the creator of Scolors. Before we start we’d like to thank the AntiSocialGames Team for participating in our…

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Our interview with Q-Games the developers of Sticky Bodies

Here we are, back with another developer interview! This time with Q-Games the creator of Sticky Bodies. Before we start we’d like to thank the Q-Games Team for participating in…

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OnPipe Review: A satisfying game with colorful soup

Are you one of those humans who finds it easy to just sit and absorb a 10 minute long “satisfying video” on YouTube? If so, perhaps you should just skip…

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Sticky Bodies Review: Doesn’t make sense, but is funny!

Have you ever had the strange urge to take up skydiving? Personally, jumping out of an airplane is something I would rather not try, but somehow even that seems to…

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Army Clash Review: Power-ups aren’t really power-ups…

Assuming you were the leader of an army of soldiers about to battle it out with yet another army, would you rather have more troops than your opponent or fewer…

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Fall Race 3D Review: Not as scary as it sounds…

Are you the type of guy or girl who trembles just at the thought of walking on a “relatively thick” glass floor 1000m above the ground? If so, you may…

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Our interview with Ubisoft and the developers of Mighty Quest For Epic Loot

Here we are, back with another developer interview! This time with Ubisoft the creator of Mighty Quest For Epic Loot. Before we start we’d like to thank the Ubisoft Paris…

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Kingpin Bowling Review: Not really Bowling but still very fun!

10 Pin Bowling is a really fun game! Although its popularity fluctuates wildly from generation to generation, the fact that it’s fun to play and costs way too much down…

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Yeah Bunny 2 Review: A hyper cute 2D adventure game

If you somehow still believe that girls are the only ones who appreciate “cute” things, maybe you should recall which girls were the most popular growing up… Yeah… SHOCKING REVELATION…!!…

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Train Taxi Review: Fun, but nothing too new

Train Taxi (by SayGames & estoty) is a game most players who grew up in a generation where modern “smart-ish” phone gaming consisted of Snake will likely have no trouble…

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Bike Rush Review: Basically Flippy Race… But on land!

For anyone who has played and loves Flippy Race (by Ketchapp) which so happens to be one of the few games from Ketchapp we haven’t featured on Edamame Reviews, today…

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Collect Cubes Review: A day in the life of a Pixel Bulldozer

If you didn’t consider “becoming a Bulldozer” at least once during your childhood, you really needed to watch more Bob the Builder as a 5-year-old. For those players who have…

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Battle Disc Review: So fun to play! So easy to cheat!

2019 is a great time to be a mobile gamer! Thanks to the rise of PUBG and Fortnite on mobile, the competition for space on your home screen has never…

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Hop Ball 3D Review: Wait…? is this deja vu…!?

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…

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Many Bricks Breaker Review: How many bricks is too many?

Breakout was (and still can be) a fun game for when the Fortnite servers are down or when Overwatch isn’t an option. Basically, a great little game to back you…

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Our interview with Blast Studio the developers of Pixel Space Blast

Here we are, back with another developer interview! This time with Blast Studiothe creator of Pixel Space Blast. Before we start we’d like to thank the Blast StudioTeam for participating…

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Cheese Guard Review: Defend your cheese at all costs!

I love cheese. Although I am also well aware that too much cheese on my Pizza at lunch is probably slowly killing me from the inside out, I am also…

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Volley Beans Review: The satisfaction is on another level!

Volley Beans (by Tummy Games and Voodoo) may just be the most satisfying game we’ve played all year. Set in a tiny volleyball court only just big enough for you,…

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Jelly Shift Review: Can squishing jelly be addictive?

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…

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Our “Top Secret” Interview with Top Secret Developments, the creators of Ships of Glory

Here we are, back with another developer interview! This time with Top Secret Developments the creator of Ships of Glory. Before we start we’d like to thank the Top Secret…

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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!…

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Ball vs Colors! Review: A game about using your “friends” in order to shield yourself from trouble…

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…

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By far the cutest rhythm game available on Nintendo Switch

From the creators of my current keyholder, Muse Dash is now available for Nintendo Switch, and it would be an understatement to say we’re a little excited! For those of…

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Walk Master – A game that will make you re-think whether you “actually” know how to walk?

Walking is easy. All you need to do is stand upright, lean a little forward and rapidly place one foot in front of the other at varying speeds in order…

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SHUMP – Cool Music, Cute Enemies, and Death…

SHUMP (by Alexander Johansson) may just be the best game we have ever seen from Alex’s studio. Corporate Salmon also by Alex has a strange place in our hearts as one…

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Bumpin’ Dungeon now available on iOS and Android

Bumpin’ Dungeon (by Moby Pixel) is now available on iOS and Android for you to puzzle your weekend away. Set in a beautifully animated 2D world Bumpin’ Dungeon will satisfy…

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Our interview with Tiny Titan Studios the developers of Kung Fu Z

Are you a casual gamer in search of a simple game you can play on and off while still functioning as an effective zombie fighter? If so, congratulations because you…

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Ball Paint – An algorithm must exist…

Ball Paint (by RadPirates) is a deceptively simple game about coloring everyday shapes using colored balls you can fire at whatever “thing” happens to be in front of you. Each…

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Hollo Ball – Surely there are better ways to use a black hole…

Hollo Ball (by Bigger Games) is a good game that isn’t exactly bigger or better than the many other games already on the App Store and Google Play based around…

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Tap Skaters – A game about “Battling your instincts”

As games went from being a thing you would play using a mouse and keyboard to a thing you play with your fingers on a smooth glass touch-screen for most…

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Smash Rush – If looks were everything, this game would be at the top

Every so often, we play a game that makes us just that little bit more excited for what “could be possible” once VR devices become truly mainstream. Smash Rush (by…

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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…

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Domino Dash – Satisfying when you get it right!

Domino Dash (by Christopher Sweeting) is basically an avoider game with dominoes that – when everything all works out – turns out the be one of the most satisfying combinations…

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Our interview with KneeHat Games the creator of Space Color Bird

Here we are, back with another developer interview! This time with KneeHat Gamesthe creator of Space Color Bird. Before we start we’d like to thank the KneeHat GamesTeam for participating…

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Car Crash! – If only it was all just fun and games…

There are things you can no longer joke about in 2019 without expecting some rather severe backlash. Today we would like to share with you some of that backlash… Much…

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Flip Dunk – Recreate YouTube’s greatest Slam Dunks

Are you one of those people who just love watching those viral epic trick shot videos on YouTube? Because if you are, today we’ve got a game you simply won’t…

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Our interview with BK2SI the creator of Grind my Gears

Here we are, back with another developer interview! This time with BK2SIthe creator of Grind my Gears. Before we start we’d like to thank the BK2SITeam for participating in our…

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Our interview with Claudio Vertemara Games the creator of Cloudymorphism

Here we are, back with another developer interview! This time with Claudio Vertemara Games the creator of Cloudymorphism. Before we start we’d like to thank the Claudio Vertemara Games Team…

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The Dreadmill – You’re gonna die, so just get used to it…

Are you the type of player who actually enjoys it when a game mercilessly executes you over and over, just to watch you scramble to your mental feet only to…

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Touch the wall – Trending right now on TikTok

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…

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Our interview with Merlf Games the developers of Crazy Runnables

Here we are, back with another developer interview! This time with Merlf Games the creator of Crazy Runnables. Before we start we’d like to thank the Merlf Games Team for…

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Scream Go Hero – Do it for the TikTok

Hopefully screaming at your smartphone isn’t exactly something you “do” on a regular basis – assuming you’re not playing Scream Go Hero (by Ketchapp). If you’ve spent much time on TikTok,…

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Cheese Guard – Now available on Android

Cheese Guard is the latest game by indie developer, Ashley Spencer-Phillips. The game revolves around Chris as he tries to protect his cheese-filled fridge from swarms of hungry rats. On…

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Our interview with Rose Design & Education Services the creator of The Dreadmill

Here we are, back with another developer interview! This time with Rose Design & Education Services the creator of The Dreadmill. Before we start we’d like to thank the Rose…

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Our interview with Moby Pixel the developer of Bumpin’ Dungeon

Do you remember our review of Bumpin’ Dungeon? For anyone who hasn’t played this incredible compilation of game design genius and pixel art, you are missing out on one of…

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Our interview with Bajo Games the developer of Ninja Midori

Here we are, back with another developer interview! This time with Bajo Games the creator of Ninja Midori. Before we start we’d like to thank the Bajo Games Team for…

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Spinning Blades – The coolest way to fight with swords

Classic sword fighting is old and impractical in the world we now live in. In a world where guns, missiles, and recently even lasers can burn a hole through solid…

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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…

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Our interview with Luciano Bercini the developer of Arcadium

Here we are, back with another developer interview! This time with Luciano Bercini the creator of Arcadium. Before we start we’d like to thank Luciano Bercini for participating in our interview…

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Ninja Midori – You can’t sell an “Experiment” anymore

Ninja Midori (by Bajo Games) is a game with graphics that are so good, they actually do the game more bad than good. What? Ok, let me explain… For anyone…

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Top Speed 2 interview with Grzegorz Zwoliński the COO and Co-founder of T-Bull

Here we are, back with another developer interview! This time with T-Bull the creator of Top Speed 2. Before we start we’d like to thank the T-Bull Team for participating…

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Our interview with Rockhead Games the developers of Starlit On Wheels!

As some of you may remember, one of the first reviews we ever conducted on Edamame Reviews was actually with Rockhead Games the creators of the mega cute “Starlit” series…

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Our interview with Kelechi Apakama Games the creators of Keep It Up!

Here we are, back with another developer interview! This time with Kelechi Apakama Games the creator of Keep It Up!. Before we start we’d like to thank the Kelechi Apakama…

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Bumpin’ Dungeon – This is a game design masterpiece!

Bumpin’ Dungeon (by Moby Pixel) could potentially be the best retro-ish game we have ever reviewed – and it isn’t because of the graphics.  Set on a gridded 2D map,…

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Virtual Beggar – This hobo probably makes more money than you…

Apparently, Virtual Beggar (by Treetop Crew) isn’t a new game to hit the iOS and Android app stores, but for those of you who are like us a few weeks…

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Flip Man! – Exploding bikes, magnet hands, and gymnastics

It has been a really long time since we last saw a “popular” new game from Ketchapp, (for industry insiders, perhaps ever since Ketchapp was acquired by Ubisoft?), either way,…

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The Pads Game – Either we’re all geniuses, or this a very long puzzle game

Have you ever played a game you just didn’t want to end? Personally, the very first game I can ever remember never wanting to end was the first Pokemon game…

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Our interview with Badbones Productions the creators of The Pads Game

Did you enjoy our review of The Pads Game? …if you answered “Yes” to this seemingly insignificant question, you must be reading this interview from the future because right now,…

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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…

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Our interview with Pixel Jump the creator of Paladin

Did you enjoy reading our review of Paladin? An exciting new strategy game we just can’t seem to win? (we really need to stop moving on impulse…) If so, today…