Yalla Ludo - Ludodomino is an award-winning and best-selling Android game from the makers of Applesaurus. The story behind the game is based on the myths of the Yalla and Aviva, two giants who live in the sky above the earth. In order to protect his loved ones from being eaten by Aviva, Ludo needs to become superhuman, and fight monsters along with other forces from above. You play as the son of Aviva, who falls ill and is forced to eat his own flesh to heal. The game revolves around the boy trying to recover his powers and defeat the monsters in his environment, while battling against evil forces from above. As you go up in levels, you get new weapons and magical powers, which are earned by using a variety of strategies, special moves and attack patterns.
In this game, you have many different difficulty settings where you can adjust how tough you want to play it. If you want a challenging experience, you can start off using the easy level and work your way up to the final battle against the bosses. Even though the game does have some pretty challenging levels, it's made pretty easy by the fact that all the enemies are basically just walking headless blobs with arms that don't move, so you won't have to worry about fighting them head on unless you really want to.
The graphics in Yalla Ludo - Ludodomino are very nice, with nice effects that fit the theme of the game. I especially liked the first scene, which had a close up look at one of the characters, explaining why he was so fat, and his overall bad health. The music fits the tone of the game quite well, relaxing yet aggressive at the same time. It fits the mood of the game well, as it plays constantly in the background, blending in with the characters as they perform their routines and fight their enemies. All in all, this is one of the best and most creative Android games I've played and one of the better examples of flash gaming on mobile devices.