Sparkle Unleashed

Contains adsIn-app purchases
4.4
3.12K reviews
100K+
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Content rating
PEGI 3
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About this game

A hidden world of mystery has succumbed to an ominous darkness. Now you must make your way through the fallen lands, light magical braziers and discover a way to banish the darkness once and for all.

Unlock potent powerups and use the ones you like the most to overcome Chained Orbs, Rock Orbs, Survival levels and other exciting challenges. Can you carve a path of light through the darkness?

Sparkle Unleashed introduces floating Orb Slinger gameplay never before seen in a Sparkle series game. The unleashed Orb Slinger floats along the bottom of the screen providing a new kind of action puzzle experience.

Features:
- Ultra-polished match-three marble shooter gameplay
- Chained Orbs, Rock Orbs and more all new challenges
- An arsenal of 18 potent powerups to choose from
- Immersive soundtrack by award-winning composer Jonathan Geer
- Try & Buy: Play the first 23 levels for free, pay once to unlock Full Game
- Full game includes 108 challenging levels, Survival mode and two more difficulty settings

Sparkle Unleashed is a Try & Buy game. The first 23 levels of the game are free, and you may replay them as much as you wish. Progressing further into the game requires a one time payment, which unlocks all content permanently. There are no other in-game purchases in Sparkle Unleashed.
Updated on
Jun 8, 2018

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Ratings and reviews

4.4
3.12K reviews
A Google user
September 30, 2019
Fantastic Zuma clone, the best I managed to find so far. But, the game still has two flaws. The first is the lack of any kind of scoring system. You just destroy the balls, but there's no indication of how well you're doing, which is where a lot of replay value comes from in these games. The second is that balls you get are actually random. Zuma would grant you the specific balls you need when you are about to die. Not having this makes losing nearly unavoidable sometimes.
30 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
April 16, 2020
Sparkle 1 & 2 were "Zuma" clones, this one is more of a "Luxor" clone. So games and gameplays may feel the same but a twist: instead of shooting balls around you being stuck in a corner, your vessel now slides from left to right to shoot balls in front of it. Graphics are as good as Sparkle2, but unfortunately it inherited of the same stupid bug: after a few levels background music stops playing, you'll have to keep on playing in silence, only sound effects will accompany you.
18 people found this review helpful
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Eric H
July 31, 2021
I think sparkle2 is a much better game. The vertical firing in this one is less interesting IMO, and the orbs having defenses just ultimately makes the gameplay loop feel sluggish in comparison. Those are the only things that are different, so feels more like another game mode than a new game.
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What's new

- Bug fixes
- Updated ad frameworks