Dream Treats – Match Sweets

Dream Treats – Match Sweets

Dream Treats – Match Sweets does not hold a secret – it is obvious from the very beginning that this is another matching game where you will be matching sweets.

The game comes with numerous levels, which is a common feature of matching games so if you choose to play this one you will have hours and hours of gameplay. The app allows you to match sweets in order to eliminate them and serve fictitious customers. In fact the customers that show up set the level requirements that you must meet but there’s something that will help you – Dream Treats – Match Sweets allows users to match the sweets in various flexible ways. This means that the matched items must not be placed only horizontally or vertically and you can form lines that have angles inside and cover more than three or four items at once. Sometimes this feature will allow you to cover more than ten items at once so prepare for some crazy sweets elimination.

Apart from this Dream Treats – Match Sweets does not come with tons of other features. The game offers the same 2D graphics that you can see in other matching games and nice sound and this is it. Anyway, a matching game is a matching game and it can’t really offer anything new.

Dream Treats – Match Sweets is a decent game that cannot escape its roots but what it does, it does really well. The app does not offer any groundbreaking features but this is to be expected, which means Dream Treats – Match Sweets is good if you want to kill some time but that’s about it.

Dream Treats – Match Sweets is here on Google Play.

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