It’s time for another mobile game review. This time it is for a lovely little game called Vedah.
Vedah is described as a casual mobile game boasting simple and straightforward gameplay partnered with a lovely artistic design. The game was released for both Apple and Android devices back in the Summer of 2018 and is created by DoodleBlue Studio. The mobile game has had a brilliant reception from players and has seen the game received numerous positive reviews on both the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.
The trailer below gives players a look at Vedah her self and how you end up in her artistic dream world.
With the game downloaded I jumped straight into the game to see what it was all about. I’ll add here that I have been playing Vedah on my iPad Pro and it has been running really well and without any issues.
When I first loaded up the game I was greeted with a daily reward pop up which is where I picked up some bonus assignments. The assignments are represented by stars in the levels and are easy to spot when playing. After that, you jump straight into the game with a super quick tutorial which clearly covers all the information that you need to get started with Vedah.
The game itself is really straightforward to understand and getting into each of the levels is easy. The levels are continuous and it’s clear when you are moving from one level to the next level. The aim is to progress as far through the levels as possible, avoid all of the obstacles and not get trapped in the webs. Collect the assignments and power-ups and see how far you can get through Vedah’s world. The more assignments you collect the more options you have on items you can unlock.
I’ve really been enjoying playing Vedah. It’s has a relaxed feel to it and is a lovely mobile game that you can pick up and put down as much or as little as you want. The levels I feel have a nice mixture of difficulty and makes you want to play more and more. I’ve even found myself going back, again and again, trying to beat my previous high score. The art style and the story behind the game help tie everything together perfectly.
I have to say that Vedah is a truly unique game and definitely a game that you should check out if you like your mobile games.
Vedah is out now and is available on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. You can also find out more about DoodleBlue Studio and Vedah from the links below.
- Vedah: Official Site / Twitter
- Doodleblue Studio: Official Site / Twitter
Thank you DoodleBlue Studio for reaching out to and asking me to take a look at such a lovely mobile game! I can’t wait to see what else you have in store for the game in the future.