Egg Catcher

Egg Catcher

Egg Catcher is an addictive casual game that will help you kill time in the hot summer afternoons that are common during this time of the year.

The game is very simple and it even does not have a tutorial. This is a problem because at first you will not know what to do. We will tell you – there are two types of eggs – white and black and your goal is to catch as many white eggs as you can. If you catch a black one, the game immediately ends. One caught white egg gives you one point so try to score as high as you can. We have to warn you, though, that the game is difficult – the eggs drop from all over the screen so you must be quick. Fortunately if you fail in catching a white egg and it breaks you lose nothing. All this is wrapped in 2D visuals and nice sound effects so we think that you will like what you see.

Like we said Egg Catcher is a casual game but it does bring fun. All it takes is quick fingers and some luck and you will be proud with what you have achieved.

Egg Catcher is here on Google Play.

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