Catch The Guava

Catch The Guava

Catch The Guava is one of the uncommon games that we have seen recently. The app will have you eat guavas – as many as you can – so that you can impress the love of your life. Can you do this?

The gameplay of Catch The Guava is simple – you assume the role of a boy who is sitting under a guava tree. The fruits fall in your mouth all the time – but there are some rotten ones. If eaten, they take some of your health away so you must be both careful and quick – when a rotten guava fruit is coming, close your mouth and then open it for the good ones. Fortunately if you miss a good one, you do not get punished. The main goal behind Catch The Guava is to eat as many fresh guavas as possible without dying. You eventually will and this is the moment the game ends so try to score as high as possible – each eaten fresh guava brings you one point.

The game comes with really nice 2D visuals which are very colorful and detailed so you will be pleased. The sound effects inside the game are also cool and add to the value of this free Android app. All in all Catch The Guava is a really nice game and despite the simple gameplay it does have the potential to keep you playing for a really long time.

Catch The Guava is here on Google Play. Have fun with it!

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