If there’s a storyline to Lollipop 3: Eggs of Doom, we have no idea what it is, but there’s a big headed cat called the “Kitten of Splendor” and there’s a huge lollipop. That lollipop is where the action lies as each section of it is actually an egg catching & hatching mini game. What do lollipops and eggs have in common? Again, we have no idea…
Each of the mini games is a little bit different from the last, but all involve catching or hatching eggs. One requires you to ‘hatch’ 100 while another requires you to keep 15 eggs on the screen at once. If an egg falls of the screen, you lose a life and when your carton is empty it’s game over. Needless to say, some of the games are easier than others, but none are unbeatable if you have the right upgrades.
Lollipop 3: Eggs of Doom has an upgrade shop that lets you upgrade your power-ups or buy more capsules. The capsules can be used during gameplay, but you can only hold so many at one time. You can feed unwanted capsules to the glorious capsule cloud if you don’t have enough room – he likes capsules.
I wasn’t sure what to make of Lollipop 3: Eggs of Doom at first, but it’s pretty safe to say it grew on me after I zoned out and burned through a battery. It’s weird, but in a good way and it’s a game you just need to play for yourself. I highly recommend this one and you can pick it up for free on Google Play.