1010! Puzzle

1010! Puzzle

1010! Puzzle is another app that we found by chance on Google Play and it does not seem to be very popular so we decided to give it a try. Is it worth it? Read on to find out!

The first thing that we can say is that 1010! Puzzle is one of the simplest apps we have seen – it is so simple you will be looking at it, wondering what you have to do in this game. Basically 1010! Puzzle is close to Tetris – the game where you have to match tiles in order to eliminate them and then survive. Here you do things a bit differently – you can put the tiles on a grid anywhere you want with the goal being to match colors and sizes so that you can eliminate similar tiles altogether. Of course by eliminating tiles you get points and the more you get the better.

There is not much else to say about 1010! Puzzle – like we said this is a really simple game – except that the graphics are 2D only. There’s also a simple menu when you run the game and this is it. And, of course, the game is free.

1010! Puzzle is here on Google Play.

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