Featured games powered by CocoonJS

Hi,

You may or may not know, that we feature games powered by CocoonJS almost every week on Facebook and Twitter. Missed them when they were first posted? No problem ; we’ll have blog posts that compile the games that were featured on our social media channels.

Here are 8 games that will keep you entertained!

Four in a Row (by Ludei) 

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Check out the completely transformed version with Multiplayer, radical new design and Brand new animation and sound effects.

iOS                                  GooglePlay/Android                         Amazon

Facebook                         Web

 

Run Pixie Run

Run Pixie Run iconRun through the jungle to catch as many items you can. This is a endless runner game full of thrill!

iOS

Android/GooglePlay: 

 

Connect 4

Connect 4 iconChoose between 4 levels, and see if you can connect the 4 cute creatures.

iOS

 

 

Creative Fox

Creative Fox icon

Play this Mario inspired game on google play. Jump and run across the platforms and see if you can get 3 stars in every level.

GooglePlay/Android

 

 

Maya Brick Breaker

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Check out the classic brick breaker game mayan style. Make sure the ball doesn’t drop to the end of the bottom of the screen.

iOS                                        Google Play/Android

Amazon

 

Electr-It

Electr - it iconOh no! There’s a blackout in the building! Help Vincent figure out how to restore the electricity by solving puzzles

iOS

GooglePlay/Android

 

Baddy Catcher

Baddy Catcher iconPlay Baddy Catcher, an adventurous game with 80 levels, where you have to catch him and make sure he doesn’t escape the museum. May your moves beat his!

iOS

Android/GooglePlay

 

Please help us spread the love and fun of these games by rating them.

Also, please like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter! If you have a game that you’ve created using CocoonJS, email us at info@ludei.com and it may be featured next!

Thank you!

The Ludei Team

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