Hey That’s My Cheese!

Hey That’s My Cheese!

Hey That’s My Cheese! is a new Android game that deserves some attention.

The app comes with unusual gameplay and this is the best feature it has to offer. Basically here you will have to compete with mice for a piece of cheese with numerous holes in it. The mice show their heads and you have to tap them to make them hide. They show from all sides of the piece of cheese except for the bottom part so you have to rotate the piece all the time. If you are late they have a bite so the piece of cheese becomes smaller. With time you won’t be able to compete will all the mice that show up because there will be more and more of them so you will lose the game but try to score as high as possible. In terms of sound and graphics the app comes with 3D visuals and nice sound effects so nothing is bad here.

Hey That’s My Cheese! is an innovative Android game that comes with unique and fun gameplay. The app is easy to play and given the fun that it offers we highly recommend this game to anyone.

You can find Hey That’s My Cheese! here on Google Play.

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