Published on November 7th, 2013 | by James Maxwell


Colourful Endless Platformer Baby Lava Bounce Leaps Onto Google Play

If you’re at all into quirky indie games there is a good chance that you’ve heard of Nocanwin. This developer is well known for the unique pixely art style that they use, but more importantly they have a real knack for making unbelievably addictive games. My personal favourite is their endless “driver” Cubed Rally Redline. I can’t even begin to guestimate on how many hours I sunk into this one. Nocanwin has also nailed the arena-fighting-physics genre (if there is such a thing) with the highly addictive Fist Face Fight, and made a great match-2 game called Blacklight Blocks. With this dev having such great titles under their belt already it is safe to say that their newest release, Baby Lava Bounce, is going to be another surefire hit.

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Baby Lava Bounce follows the story of a baby lava that has always dreamed of living fast and dying young. So that means it’s up to you to help this little guy out by bouncing him through a colourful tropical landscape and demolishing anything and everything that gets in your way. So you might be thinking “I don’t want to hurt anything! Do I have to destroy anything and everything?”, and the answer to that is HECK YES YOU DO! Crushing things, for example, pineapples, palm trees, tourists, boats, cars, cows, and even asteroids, you gain the fuel that will help this baby lava to live the life he has always dreamed of!

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  • Easy one button controls
  • Skill based gameplay
  • Pineapple destruction
  • Destruction of non-pineapple objects
  • Pixel art
  • Leaderboards and achievements


Nocanwin has released yet another solid game to add to their library with the release of Baby Lava Bounce. If you’re looking for something a bit quirky and a whole lot of fun you need to make sure to download this game today! I know I will be.

Developer Website: Nocanwin

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is both co-founder and co-editor of SGD. I am a university student in Edmonton Canada, and I’m a huge fan of all things Android; especially the hottest new indie games.

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