Simply a great experience This is a simple and bare bones match three items game. It only asks for one permission (file access to store your high score), and never asks you to rate the game. Due to its simplicity, it doesn't drain the phone's resources. I'm playing it on a OnePlus One, but it would likely run great on any old device you have lying around.
Charming! It's beautiful and simple. I'm so terribly hooked! I think there must be no restart button afterall. Try playing and you'll understand the importance of its absence. Just keep in mind an "L" move still counts!
This is something interesting. This game is exactly what it says on the tin,, which is a huge point in it's favor. But on the flip side, it almost feels like a parody of the match 3 puzzles style. Gameplay so simple, humble, and unpretentious that it seems like a slap in the face to all the other, infinitely gaudier games in this style. It makes me wonder what was the idea behind the game... In either case, it's well made
Ugh does what it says in the description. Compared with other bejeweled variants in the store, this one is way below average.
Love it Simple and clean. Try to keep making matches while pieces are falling for really high combo counts.
Horribly addictive A simple concept beautifully executed. You can stop anytime the battery runs out.
1.3.3 fixes some instability issues and corrects the artwork for some low dpi devices
1.3.2 fixes some Android 4.1 compatibility for upgraders
1.3.1 adds scoring feedback and a danger hint when there are few moves possible; also save games and high scores are retained once more
1.3.0 is a reimplementation in a newer OpenGL framework (sorry but your saved game and high score are lost)
1.2.4 fixes game over false positive
1.2.3 fixes a grouping detection bug and also grants the occasional gimme