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Our interview with Martin Magni the creator of Fancade

Here we are, back with another developer interview! This time with Martin Magni the creator of Fancade. Before we start we’d like to thank Martin for participating in our interview and for answering all of our geeky questions! Thanks! /// Thanks for taking the time to talk to us about Fancade! Could you kick-start this…

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Total Party Kill – Get to the goal at any cost

If you’ve ever wondered why the heroes you see in movies and comic books always tend to try and save “everyone” at the expense of either “no one” or perhaps only themselves, that is probably because, in the real world, things don’t usually work out that nicely… Total Party Kill (by Adventure Islands) is an…

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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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Slap Kings – A game we never expected to see on mobile… 😅

Slap Kings (by Lion Studios & Gameguru) is a game we kind of never expected wound actually become a thing. Based on the real-life Russian sport(?) Slap Fight, your mission in this game is to slap your opponent unconscious before they knock you out cold. Pretty simple. The game is turn-based, meaning you will need…

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Will It Shred – An idle shredding game for iOS and Android

Will It Shred? (by BoomBit) is a very interesting game. Based around throwing random household things – as well as some other stuff you probably don’t have lying around the house – into an industrial-grade shredding machine, your mission in this game is to shred stuff. …and that’s about it… 😂 Yes, the game does…

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Rokkie – The simplest low poly boxing game for your iPhone

Rokkie (by Kyrylo Venzhyn) is a low-poly boxing game for iOS and sadly not Android …yet 😉 At first glance, Rokkie looks like a great little game with gorgeous low poly graphics and fluid animations, but after playing the game for a little bit, we have one killer question we will get to in just…

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Border Patrol – Who will you let in?

Border Patrol (by FIVE BITS, INC.) is a game about a situation anyone who has ever travelled abroad has probably experienced a few times in their life. …unless you are travelling very illegally that is… 😅 Set in a cute 3D airport with a high tech x-ray wall, your mission in this game is to…

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Carve it 3D: Masking those symbols we all recognize

Carve it 3D (by Rollic Games) is a game about carving lines, curves, and dots into a flat sheet of (what we presume is wood?) in order to create shapes, outlines, and those iconic symbols we can all instantly recognize in 2020 – such as 🔀🔁💞 Although the idea of recreating things you probably see…

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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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TOFU GIRL: Endless stacking action, with tofu!? 😂

TOFU GIRL (by JoyPac) is a very strange game we actually kind of like. Set on a block of wobbling tofu, your mission in this game is to help a tiny girl jump from one block of tofu to the next as they speedily slide in from either side of the screen. For anyone who…

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Idle Army Base – Thankfully this is still a game

Idle Army Base (by Neon Play) is a game that may just simulate what your life could have looked like had WW3 started just 3 days into 2020 and you were drafted into the army to protect your country. Thankfully that hasn’t happened just yet and we can still laugh at the few remaining WW3…

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Draw Climber: Minimal art skills required

Draw Climber (by Voodoo) is a surprisingly cool racing game for iOS and Android where the difference between a win and a loss often comes down to how good you are at drawing legs… or arms? I never studied the anatomy of a cube so I can’t tell… 😂 Set on a long stretch of…

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Color Tunnel – Tricky in a good way

Color Tunnel (by silvergames.com) is one of the very first web games we’ve ever featured on Edamame Reviews and for the most part, we really like it! Although we hate to admit it, some games are just so much better with a keyboard. And since it’s a web game, you can play it right here, right…

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Physics Puzzle Idle – Satisfying for a bit

Physics Puzzle Idle (by Gismart) is a satisfying idle “Rube Goldberg Machine” style game that mostly revolves around watching and waiting for something to happen. And when we say watching and waiting for something to happen we really mean it – this game is in desperate need of an update. At the time of writing…

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WorldBox – Sandbox God Simulator: Are we living in this game?

As a boy, Bill Gates is said to have practiced his strategic genius by playing a strategy war game. If Gates were still a 12-year-old in 2020, WorldBox is the type of game he would probably scream, shout, and beg for his mom to buy him for Christmas. …thankfully games have also come a long way…

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Blendy! – Is this what it feels like to work at Starbucks?

Blendy! – Juicy Simulation (by Lion Studios & Game Crew) is a game about making fruit juice for your customers. Featuring a design that looks very much like the “popular” photo-sharing app Instagram, it would be an understatement to say that Blendy was inspired by Instagram. Starting with the fonts and ending with the hearts,…

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Wood Shop – Carving for the less skilled among us…

Wood Shop (by Rollic Games) is a great little game for those people who desperately wanted to give Woodturning 3D by Voodoo a try but had the brains to realize that they don’t have the patience or the dexterity to actually make anything good… even in a game 😂 If this sad person who wants to…

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Full Contact Teams Racing – Developer Spotlight with Peylah Games

Here we are, back with yet another exciting Developer Spotlight! Today we are taking a moment to shine the spotlight on Full Contact Teams Racing by Peylah Games. Before we start we would like to thank Brendan for collaborating with us and for taking the time to talk with us about Full Contact Teams Racing!…

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2 Minute Football – Developer Spotlight with igamebank

Here we are, back with yet another exciting Developer Spotlight! Today we are taking a moment to shine the spotlight on 2 Minute Football by igamebank. Before we start we would like to thank Bob from igamebank for collaborating with us and for taking the time to talk with us about 2 Minute Football! 😃…

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Soap Cutting – I’m sorry but this didn’t need to be a game…

Soap Cutting (by Crazy Labs) is a game that really didn’t need to exist. Seriously, if you think we are being overly strict with this game, just keep reading, or better still, watch the gameplay video below! We are pretty confident you’ll agree with us by the end of this review… In case you weren’t…