Until now, the kings of casual games were undeniably the guys of the French studio Ketchapp, to such an extent that this video game development company was purchased by the giant Ubisoft. Under its protection, they now distribute titles released for both Android smartphones and iPhones.
And the developers at Voodoo are also French. This is another studio that's publishing interesting casual games so we can no longer talk about a single company dominating the genre. In fact, we only have to take a look at yet another example of the games they're offering, as is the case of this Helix Jump.
Move the helix and move the ball drop
The name of the game says it all. Our target is simple: to make a ball go down all the floors of the helix until it reaches the bottom. That's the only way to overcome each level. However, the difficulty obviously lies in the fact that we aren't in control of the above-mentioned ball, that depends on the helix: we'll have to move it left and right to make the ball fall through its holes.
Simple plot, but much more complicated than what it seems at first sight.
We'll have to bear in mind that there's a limited number of rebounds and that we'll die once we reach that amount. In turn, each floor of the helix contains fragments we can go through, which will add points to our score, just as if we had advanced several floors at once without touching any.
The game comes along with new features in every update but don't think that the developers offer us anything we had never seen before. Just new animations, new levels, new colors... as well as fixing different bugs.