ZigZag Is A Challenging, And Yet Incredibly Simple Game


Ketchapp is one of the most popular Android game developers out there. This company tends to release really simple, and yet addicting gaming titles for mobile. You have probably played some of Ketchapp's games, like Jelly Jump, Stack, Stick Hero, Swing, The Walking Pet or Cube Jump. These are just some of Ketchapp's titles available on Android at the moment, you can find plenty more on the company's official Play Store page. That being said, ZigZag is yet another quite popular game made by Ketchapp, and we're here to talk about it.

Now, ZigZag isn't exactly a brand new game, it has been available through the Google Play Store for a while now, and it managed to become quite popular in a very short period of time. ZigZag currently has somewhere between 10 and 50 million downloads in the Google Play Store, and a 4.1-star rating as well. So, what is this game all about? Well, it's incredibly simple to play ZigZag, but it will take you some time to get really good at it. Your goal is to lead a small ball down a path for a long as you can, while you also need to collect diamonds in order to crush your previous high score. You can imagine that this is not an easy task, and it becomes increasingly difficult as you progress. You'll need to tap on the display in order to change the direction of the ball, and it can basically move in only two directions (10 o'clock and 2 o'clock).


As you can see in the screenshots down below, the graphics in this game is quite simple, and yet it fits this game perfectly. This graphics actually reminds me of another Ketchapp game, Cube Jump. This game is free, but you'll need to deal with ads if you don't opt to pay up, and those ads can become quite annoying, if you've played any other game made by this studio you have a pretty good idea what to expect here in terms of ads. That's pretty much it, if you need more information or perhaps you'd like to download this game, click on the Google Play banner down below.

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