Alien Hive

Alien Hive

We bet many of you have gotten tired of matching games on Google Play – they are simply everywhere and usually they don’t bring anything new! Yet human ingenuity has created one more matching game and we are sure it will really surprise you!

The game is called Alien Hive and as always here we are talking about another free Android game. This one looks like a matching game but in fact it is not. The game takes you to an alien nursery where you will have to match seeds and minerals to create more advanced life forms. The ultimate goal is to evolve these “materials” into various aliens hence the name of the game. But it will not be easy since here you won’t be matching things in the usual way. In fact this is the place when you will realize that Alien Hive is actually a puzzle game. Basically you get the usual grid with one empty space inside and you will have to find a way to move this empty place around in order to match three of a kind to make a new, more advanced piece there. In addition there are limited moves so you will be in for some hard thinking sometimes.

Just like any other matching game Alien Hive will not treat your eyes with 3D graphics but this is okay. If this is a downside, then the app will try to compensate this with sound that is above average. In a few words you will not be unsatisfied here but if this is not enough then hear this – the developers of the game (and more precisely the designers) have created some really weird alien species that you can evolve so this shows the effort put right here.

Alien Hive is definitely for people who want to test their brains and match things but not in the usual way. This is the place to say that Alien Hive is a great game with a great new idea behind and we must say “Kudos” to the developers. We have a great job here that is worth at least taking a look at and if you download this game you will not be disappointed for sure! So what are you waiting for?

Alien Hive is here on Google Play.

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