Dodo Pop

Dodo Pop

The game Dodo Pop combines two things – dodo birds, that cannot fly, and popping items. While this may seem like an entirely new game, or even genre, it is not – Dodo Pop is another matching game.

This free Android app comes with some new features, however. First the game has incorporated 3D graphics inside but we have to say that they will tax your graphics hardware so get ready for some choppiness. The good news is that the main screen is not in 3D so you should not have problems there. What is the game all about? A dodo bird called Crash has lost its way home so it is up to you to help him. To do that match and pop various colorful balloons, beat levels, score points and meet the level requirements, which will then take you to the next one. This is what the game is all about but here we also have to say that there are 140 levels to complete so you will have fun with this one for a long time to come.

Dodo Pop is a nice game that will appeal to fans of the genre and even to people who haven’t played such games before. The app is beautiful, colorful and simple and you will get the idea behind it in less than a minute. So if matching games are your thing, then go for Dodo Pop – you will be nicely surprised.

Dodo Pop is here on Google Play.

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