Balloony Land

Balloony Land

Balloony Land is not one of these games that say in the title what they are all about but the avatar may spill the beans this time. If you look close enough, you may realize that this is another matching game that you can find on Google Play.

The app is free as always but does it bring what you need to have some fun? We think it does. Starting with the gameplay we will say that Balloony Land comes with somewhat different rules here. In this game you will have to eliminate all the lollipops you will see in a level by matching squeaky balloons. The trick is that you cannot move the lollipops so accept them as stones. Apart from this all the other matching rules are the same – match three balloons of the same kind to eliminate them, match four or more to create a powerful bomb and so on. The game comes with more than 140 levels so if you like such games you will be playing Balloony Land for quite some time. The game also comes with really nice and colorful 2D visuals so we do not think you will be disappointed here. The sound and the music inside the app are also nice.

All in all Balloony Land is a nice matching game with somewhat changed matching rules so if this genre is your thing, then you should definitely try what Balloony Land has in store for you. The game also does not come with problems of any kind so we think that matching game fans should get this one for sure.

Balloony Land is here on Google Play.

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