Mmm Fingers is a simple one-finger dodge-'em-up where your digits are the star of the show. You need to weave a path through cute cartoon spike-monsters, and your only goal is getting farther than you did before.

It might not be as sharp as other examples of the genre, but it's got enough going for it that you'll find yourself getting sucked in time and time again.

There are a few issues with the controls that tend to sully the experience, but the bite-sized nature of the game means that you're not frustrated for very long.


You push a finger on the screen to start. Lift it up for too long and you'll get chomped. The screen moves automatically, and you need to push your digit around to avoid the patterns of monsters standing in your way.

Deaths are marked with smears of gore, and the distance you've travelled flashes up at particular milestones. Your previous score and your high score are marked as well.

There are numerous patterns to try and make your way through, and learning how to slide through unscathed is part of the fun. Each run is generated at random, so you need to be on the ball if you want to succeed,


It's fair to say that Mmm Fingers is a little one note. After you've played through a dozen or so times you've pretty much seen everything the game has to offer.

Yes it gets faster, yes the obstacles get that bit tougher, but the weave-y gameplay remains the same. And if it doesn't bite early on then it's unlikely you're going to stick with it for the long haul.

But if you're looking for something simple and tough, there's a lot to like here. It probably won't hold a place on your phone or tablet for more than a couple of weeks, but it's still well worth a look.