Balloon Paradise

Balloon Paradise

Balloon Paradise is a free Android matching game that will compete with many other games of the same genre? Will it succeed?

We kind of doubt it – the game offers the same gameplay seen in other similar games, except for one thing – this time you will be popping balloons instead of matching candies and the like. There are numerous levels that you have to complete, points to collect, combos to make and more, all within a predefined number of moves. Sounds familiar, right?

This is not to say that Balloon Paradise is a bad game, quite the contrary – it has beautiful 2D graphics and nice sound plus it feels like a finished, polished product. The problem is that it brings more of the same under different wraps but we suppose that the game will appeal to people who love this genre and want to see something different of the same kind.

Balloon Paradise is here on Google Play.

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