PooPoo’s Friends

I’d like to introduce you to a simple, but addictive game called PooPoosFriends! It’s a variation of the match 3 game; various characters will appear from the bottom of the screen and you’ll have to link 3 or more similar ones. The gameplay is actually more challenging than it sounds, because the faces won’t appear in straight lines.



The game centers around PooPoo, who is indeed a lucky poo ^_^, and his friends:
- Buku; unknown bear in a veil, he happens to be a good cook
- Puchi; a cute bunny who loves sweet cakes
- Mochi; the good-natured cat
- Haat; a passionate bear who is on fire when he gets angry (in Dutch haat means hate O_o)


PooPoo’s Friends was made by a Korean company called Funnpy and can be downloaded for free on iTunes and Google Play. The only catch is a small ad once you’ve finished a game, but that didn’t bother me at all.

Illustrator Amandine Piu

Before I start this post, I’d like to mention that the Blippo giveaway will end soon, so feel free to enter if you haven’t done so yet!

Recently I stumbled upon the work of French (and half Italian) illustrator Amandine Piu. She goes by the nickname of Piu Piu and has definitely earned herself a spot in my list of favorite illustrators. Her style is cute and a little nostalgic, I hope you’ll enjoy it as well 。^‿^。


Amandine creates the cutest cards and posters with fake adverts.



Alice in Wonderland themed illustration for a book fair. Piu has also illustrated a couple of children’s books.


Remember those rub down transfers from your childhood? They’ve made a comeback! Amandine has illustrated 3 backgrounds and transfer sheets for Djeco, a toy company that she often works for. I’m kinda tempted to get these ^_^


These animals were created for Djeco as well, they are part of a memory game.
You can see more of Amandine’s work on Piupiu or on her Facebook page.