Cell Connect

Cell Connect

Those of you looking for a new puzzle game should take a look at a new Google Play app called Cell Connect. The game comes for free and offers interesting gameplay, which, however, resembles the gameplay seen in the popular 2048 game, so we cannot say Cell Connect is an entirely new game.

The game offers a short tutorial that will show you how to play. Basically here you get a grid where cells with numbers inside are placed. You must place four cells with the same numbers next to each other and the numbers inside will add to create a new number that is four times the original ones. You must do this all the time and when the grid empties to some extent new cells will be added. The goal here is to score as high as possible and when the grid is full and you cannot form new cells the game ends. Given the nature of Cell Connect the app comes with 2D visuals and nice sound effects so we think you will be satisfied here.

All in all Cell Connect is a nice puzzle game for all fans of the genre and in addition it can be also played by people who just want to get an app that will help them kill some time. This Cell Connect does perfectly.

Cell Connect is here on Google Play.

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