531 reviews
Content rating
Everyone 10+
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About this game

Witcheye is a big, colorful, old-school platform adventure with a unique touchscreen control system that gives unparalleled control over the hero. Swipe to move and touch to stop, bouncing off of enemies and dodging hazards in six vibrant worlds. Set off on an adventure as a mild-mannered witch who transforms into a flying eyeball of vengeance after a smarmy knight and wizard steal her spell ingredients. You'll guide her through 50+ levels, each containing something completely unique: tricky new enemies, mysterious new environments, and puzzling new secrets. These elements are brought to life with colorful, clean pixel art and a lively, head-bobbing original soundtrack.

Designer Peter Malamud Smith was the co-creator (with Charlie Hoey) of the viral hit The Great Gatsby For NES, and creator of the well-received mobile action puzzlers Satellina and Satellina Zero.

- Unique, intuitive controls, for a fresh take on a classic gameplay style

- 50+ fast-paced levels full of unique elements, including over 100 enemies, minibosses, and bosses

- Crisp pixel art visuals

- 30+ track original soundtrack

- Unlockable bonus modes and challenges, including a hard mode with fully remixed enemies and levels

- Robust speedrun features, including player ghosts and timers with built-in splits
Updated on
Oct 21, 2023

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Data can’t be deleted

Ratings and reviews

513 reviews
Paul Gossett
April 24, 2021
This will sound like a nitpick, but it was a big turnoff for me. So there are 4 gems per level, which typically pop out of enemies. The gems float upward for a sec, then start falling down, and if you don't manage to catch one before it falls offscreen, it's gone until you restart the level. The gems are optional, but as in games with 3 stars per level, I don't feel like I really beat the level w/out getting them all. Couldn't the gems just stay there? Would that really make the game worse?
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A Google user
September 30, 2019
This game is great! The music is so good, love the art style, and the controls are super fun. Even the menus are playful. 2 things would make this an easy 5-star rating; Google Play Services for save backups and support for 18:9 (tall) screens. I have black bars on the left and right which is a shame for a game that looks so great.
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A Google user
August 15, 2019
This game combines beautiful pixel art with controls that are very fluid and well-done. The gameplay and storyline are fun, and I have been enjoying finding all of the "diamonds" hidden in each level. I was little bit nervous about purchasing the game because I was worried I wouldn't like the controls. However, I caught on quickly, and there is even an optional tutorial to help you become accustomed to the gameplay. Witcheye is an all-around great game that I would definitely recommend.
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