Cascade

Cascade

Cascade looks and feels like a matching game so if we follow this path we should make the conclusion that indeed Cascade is a matching game. And we will be right.

The game offers the same mix of features seen in other games of the same genre – tons of levels (400 to be precise), level requirements of the collect-three-golden-stars-if-you-can kind, colorful 2D graphics, nice sound effects and that’s pretty much it. Pretty much because Cascade comes with somewhat different matching rules –  you still have to match three items of the same kind but you are given a number of items (in this case jewels) that can help you in tough situations when only one item is missing for you to form three-of-a-kind. In addition you can eliminate three of more items of the same kind when you spot them on the screen of your Android device simply by touching it. How does all this sound? It is a nice touch, don’t you think?

Cascade will appeal to fans of the genre and then people who simply want to play a game that brings something new. And Cascade does that with ease. Of course this is more or less a matching game but the change in the rules is welcome and will prolong the life of this popular genre.

Cascade is here on Google Play. Enjoy!

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