Noodlecake Studios is a small indie game studio based in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. It has been around for almost 9 years now and has been producing some really good-quality games. So, let’s take a look at the Best Noodlecake Studios Mobile Games. You’d be surprised to know just how many games that you’ve already played are published by Noodlecake Studios!
1 Alto’s Adventure
Alto’s Adventure is a side-scrolling endless runner snowboarding video game released in 2015. The game allows the players to play as Alto and embark on an endless snowboarding journey. While snowboarding, players get to rescue llamas, grind across rooftops of villages, and even outsmart the mountain elders. Also, the game features 6 unique snowboarders, each with their own unique abilities.
2 Alto’s Odyssey
Alto’s Odyssey is a side-scrolling endless runner snowboarding video game released in 2018 as a follow-up to Alto’s Adventure. The core systems of Alto’s Odyssey are the same as that of Alto’s Adventure. But this time, the players get to explore more locations and also get to experience the Zen Mode, a mode with its own serene soundtrack and which is free of any coins and power-ups.
3 Mmm Fingers
Mmm Fingers is a single touch high score game released in 2014. The game’s objective is pretty simple. All you have to do is touch the screen as long as you can, without hitting any monster with teeth. You can also compete with your friends to see who can survive the longest using the in-game leaderboards. The game is pretty simple yet extremely addictive.
4 Getting over it with Bennett Foddy
Getting over it with Bennett Foddy is a platformer video game developed by Bennett Foddy. The game allows the players to play as a silent man, Diogenes, who wields a Yosemite hammer and whose sole purpose is to reach the highest point of the map. Players can use the hammer to grip objects and move Diogenes upwards.
The game is extremely difficult and doesn’t contain any checkpoints, so the players are always at constant risk of losing some or all of their progress. Oh, and the players also get to listen to Bennett Foddy himself while playing the game. Getting over it with Bennett Foddy is available for download via Google Play and Apple App Store.
Note: Getting over it with Bennett Foddy is a paid game.
5 Really Bad Chess
Really Bad Chess is a chess video game developed by Zach Gage. The game is a twisted version of standard chess. Instead of featuring the usual chess pieces, as the standard Chess does, Really Bad Chess switches things up by giving you different sets of pieces every time you play. You could end up with a row of 5 pawns with a couple of Knights while your opponent gets even weirder pieces!
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