Push & Pop

Push & Pop

By Rocky Hong

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2017-09-05
  • Current Version: 1.0.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 105.68 MB
  • Developer: Rocky Hong
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 2,987 App Reviews)
  • Price:
Push & Pop App Ratings: 4.5
Based on 2,987 App Reviews

Push & Pop App Details

Push & Pop is an challenging arcade puzzle game. Slide to move, Push the cube, and Pop to score! Playing with cubes moving under cold lights, along with powerful synthwave music. Let's get bath in this mysterious puzzle maze!


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App Reviews

  • Worthless

    By Drew Lutes
    I can't even figure out how to play it.
  • Absolutely Addictive Game!

    By £¡£@h
    I love the music in this game & every time I play.. I can’t help but to get in the zone!
  • cool and good

    By Loganssssss
    I haven't played it but it is cool and good. three stars
  • Great but...

    By Game&comic geek
    I have the add free version. I love it. BUT there’s a bug that when you have an extra life -you press free- it takes you back to the main menu so you wouldn’t be able to have an extra try. PLEASE FIX THIS. <\3
  • 🤩

    By UnboundScotty86
    I love this game@!
  • FUN

    By Yuri Dookie
    It is sooooo fun and the music is great
  • Continue button

    By jssavage--
    When i want to continue i press the button and it takes me back to he home screen.
  • This games dope🤯🤣🤣🌳🌳

    By Lolurfat4everrhoe
    This games Big Chillin 😎 the song and everything is sick asf when stoned to the bone 🤣🤣 I give this 5 stars fasholy👍🏿👍🏿
  • Non linear gameplay

    By Ann-oi-Ed
    No instruction. Difficulty blocks introduced with no strategy guide to work around them. Levels are sporadic. Soundtrack and graphics almost as bad as storyline. Much like this review: the game is pieced together and unpolished.
  • Great idea for a game, but...

    By Ijmitchell
    First off I love this game. Probably the game I play the most on my phone. It’s addictive, strategic, and very unique. And the Asian synth music is cool. Onto the bad. It feels like someone came up with this idea and then just phoned in the app. There’s no unlockables or alternate levels or characters. No instructions. Also, only one song. At least add a second song! But the biggest thing that bugs me is that every so often, a block appears somewhere random instead of right behind you. This throws off your strategy and sometimes causes you to lose immediately. I wish the placement of the blocks (especially the fancy ones that don’t move) was not so random. This could be one of the greatest iPhone games ever made if the developer would just... finish it.