Help Lola the mouse find her way to the cheese! Cheese Please is a game created especially for those who enjoy strategy games. The goal of the game is to overcome a series of levels to help Lola the mouse eat as much cheese as she can find without running into a trap or stingers.
As you advance on levels there will be more obstacles incorporated into the game, making it harder for Lola to find her way to the cheese. There are tiles for Lola to walk on, but only a certain number of steps are available. Once you run out of your steps, the game is over.
Traps are also found around the tiles and rotate with every step Lola makes. If Lola walks onto the wrong tile, the stinger will shock her. The stingers make the game more complicated since various times Lola will have to be moved from the same tiles back and forth, and this causes more steps to be used. More stingers are added every time you advance. Each stage has 15 levels. There are a total of 5 stages. To unlock each stage a certain amount of cheese has to be collected to progress.
Cheese Please is a fun, challenging game that would be more convenient for children to play, but of course people of all ages can play it as well. It will help them improve their strategies and definitely give them a challenge. When I was playing this game it started off simple and easy, but once I kept progressing to the next level it got more challenging for me to get Lola around, especially with all the obstacles and limited number of steps. Once I reached the levels with the stingers I found myself moving Lola around in circles. It takes time to think of alternative ways to get her around without being stung or trapped. Even though it did give me a hard time, it’s one of those games where you just don’t want to stop playing.
You can like Cheese Please on Facebook or follow on Twitter to receive bonus levels, sneak peaks of Lola’s upcoming adventures, and to receive updates, news, and much more on the game. It’s a game you do not want to miss out on.
Challenging but fun
Recommended for children
Off the Mark:
Not for those who dislike strategic games