Trip Trap: Play the Challenging Puzzler on Your Android As Well
Article by George Norman
On 08 May 2014
Originally available for iOS alone, the challenging puzzle game Trip Trap from Duello Games, the creators of iSlash, is now available for Android as well. Go get the game for free from the Play Store and help Ched the hungry mouse get the cheese.



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Meet Ched (short for Cheddar), a cute little mouse that needs to put some food in his belly. And what type of food do mice like above all else? Why cheese of course! Luckily for Ched, there is cheese around, cheese that will satisfy his hunger. Unluckily for Ched, getting to the cheese is not that easy. To get to the cheese, Ched will have to negotiate all sorts of obstacles and dangers. The little mouse will have to go through 80 tricky and challenging levels spread across 4 rooms.

Ched is the star of the Trip Trap game which is available for Appe’s iOS mobile operating system and Google’s Android mobile OS. Developer Duello Games rolled out the iOS version at the start of the year, in January 2014 to be more precise. After the iOS version got great reviews from the media and from the user community, Duello Games rolled out the Android version of the game. It hit the Play Store mid-March and, unlike the iOS version which is $0.99, the Android version is free (ad-supported).

Trip Trap – Main Features
  • Fun yet challenging puzzle game. You have to guide Ched the mouse to the cheese safely.
  • Single touch flip-flop gameplay.
  • 80 tricky levels spread across 4 rooms.
  • Two game modes: Casual (unlimited number of jumps) and Puzzle (limited number of jumps).
  • Leaderboards and achievements.
Trip Trap is available on the App Store for $0.99. It works with both iPhone and iPad.
Trip Trap is available on the Play Store for free (you will be presented with ads though). It works with most modern Android devices.



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