Candy Valley

Candy Valley

It may appear that matching games are gone from Google Play but if you stumble across a new free Android app, called Candy Valley, you will quickly find out that this is not the case. The avatar of the game does not suggest that Candy Valley is a match-3 game but once you run the app you will see that Candy Valley is nothing else than a classic matching game.

Do we need to describe Candy Valley at all then? Okay, we will. In Candy Valley you will match pictures of candy products in order to proceed. As expected the game rules are the same as in many other games of this genre. Match three of the same kind to eliminate them and match four of the same to eliminate even more candy. In addition to this each game level comes with certain level requirements that you have to meet in order to make it further. There are numerous levels too so you will be playing Candy Valley for a long time to come. This gameplay is wrapped in colorful 2D visuals and this is it.

Candy Valley is for fans of the match-3 game genre. Not that other people cannot play this app, sure they can, but if you are coming from another match-3 game, this one has pretty much nothing new to offer. Yet, the fun is there and this means that the developers have provided what gamers expect.

Candy Valley is here on Google Play.

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