Keeper! iPhone


Keeper! is a small casual game for iPhone in which you'll spend hours on end protecting this tiny monster from all the dangers that he'll find on his way

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What can a tiny monster do in a huge universe full of dangers? Well, probably die. Unless you help him to survive, of course.

Voodoo, the French video game development studio, specialized in creating casual games and the only one capable of standing up to Ketchapp, offers us such a simple and entertaining plot in their latest game. After major hits of the likes of Snake VS Block, Dune! or Baseball Boy!, they're now introducing us to Keeper!.

Protect the monster against huge obstacles

That's your only goal. The game works as follows: the daring and irresponsible black bug advances non-stop through a colorful 2D universe full of white obstacles that are much bigger than him. To play, you'll have to control a small circle capable of pushing and moving those obstacles (circles, bars, squares...) to help the monster to get through them and continue with its journey. That's it, just as if you were his personal bodyguard. This game mode is simple as you'll only have to swipe your finger around the screen to move the circle to wherever necessary but you'll soon see that advancing more and more to break your own record time after time isn't so easy.

Become this helpless monster's personal Kevin Costner.

Just like in all casual games developed by Voodoo, you can download the game free of charge to your iPhone or iPad (or the APK file to your Android device). However, it includes quite a few adverts, which are its main source of income. If you really like the game, you might be interested in paying the in-app purchase available to remove all the ads for less than 3 euros.

Requirements and additional information:
  • Minimum operating system requirements: iOS 8.0.
  • Compatible with:
    • iPhone
    • iPad
    • iPod touch
  • Offers in-app purchases.
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