Paddle Panda

Paddle Panda

Paddle Panda is a casual game for all people who use Google Play. The app is simple to play and comes for free, which makes it suitable for all ages. Still there are some interesting moments inside so prepare to be surprised.

The goal of the game is very simple – you play as a panda that is sitting on a tube and you have to paddle to move in the channel you sit in. This is where the first interesting moment appears – if you paddle on the right side, you move left and if you paddle on the left side you move right so this might be confusing at first but this is how things work in real life. The second moment is that you have to feed the panda by collecting the floating food in the water. There’s a timer too so if you get down to zero seconds the game ends but if you keep on feeding the panda you will get some more time. This is to say that sometimes the game will end unexpectedly so do not look for a reason other than this.

Apart from these “features” Paddle Panda will not surprise you much – the game is designed for all ages so it can be played by nearly anyone. This is why it does not come with action elements, scary moments or the like and this is why it comes with really simple graphics and a menu that is easy to navigate. Really, there isn’t much to say about Paddle Panda except that it has 2D graphics only and (again) simple sound effects.

Interested? Then Paddle Panda is here on Google Play. The app is free and will serve you well given you want to kill some time with an app that is really easy to play.

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