World of Cheese is based on the story of a Mr. Mousey a family mouse who is running out of food to provide to is family so he finds a way to get them food trough solving puzzles with your help.
This is a free game so one would think it would be jammed packed with advertisements all around as we have seen in some later games, like Gibbets 2, but fortunately it isn’t. During gameplay you only have a little advertisement on the top left corner and it will not bother you at all.
Like these kind of puzzle games World of Cheese has several worlds available to you and each of hose worlds has several levels that you need to complete.
At the start of each level you are presented with a challenge that will get Mr. Mousey the piece of cheese he needs after you have solved it.
Controls are pretty simple, you just need to look at what is presented on the scene and guess what objects you can move and also what you need to do to complete the puzzle.
For each time you do an action the number of starts on the top right corner goes up so your goal is to go through each challenge with the least number of starts possible. These starts will then award you with gold, silver or bronze scores in each level.
If you get locked on a level don’t despair, as the first level of the next world is also available for you to play so you just got loads of opportunities to continue to play.
There is not much that needs to be said about controls, as this is a point and tap puzzle game. In game controls are pretty easy to master, but you need to bear in mind there are some flaws. For example when you are swiping through the location menu there will be times when the game assumes you picked a location instead of knowing that you are simply scrolling through.
I also had some difficulty in levels when there were moving objects to get the game to respond correctly to my control.
You have many levels per location to go through and you also have some locations to go through. All in all there are 7 different locations and 35 levels of puzzles that you need to complete so it will keep you occupied for a while.
Sound and Graphics
The cartoony graphics are great and fit well with the World of Cheese story and gameplay. The same can be said for the sound effects as they match the environment perfectly and the background music is great as well and does its job of keeping you entertained and with your head in the game.
I really enjoyed playing World of Cheese as it is challenging in some levels and I feel that many game developers are forgetting about that lately. I think World of Cheese is definitely an improvement for Alda Games when you take into account that Save the Snail was the first game we tested of them.
I liked most of the things about World of Cheese and the only thing I felt was lacking was some kind of hint system that could guide the player when he doesn’t have a clue what to do or where to start when looking at a level.
There was no noticeable overheating of the device I tested it in and the battery drain was no more than the usual for a puzzle game you would download from the PlayStore. Besides the little issue with the controls there is nothing more to criticize about World of Cheese and I know it will keep many of you entertained for at least some hours.
Review by: Cátia Sofia Ferreira @ Android Emotions