Drop7

Drop7

Drop7 is a game that is difficult to write about due to a simple reason – it is a complex game with an idea that is more than great. Yet it is a game that deserves attention due to this exact great idea that sits behind it so we will try to describe it for you.

We’ll start by saying that Drop7 is a puzzle game that resembles apps such as Candy Crush Saga and the like where you have to match something to score or get something else. Things are a bit different here, though – you have been warned! The game employs a different strategy – the ultimate goal is to score as high as possible and eliminate rows and items but you will do it in a different way. The game offers a 7×7 grid where you will be getting discs that you will have to place inside the grid. The goal is to clear the discs by matching the number on a disc with the number of discs in a column or in a row. There are “armored” discs as well that must be “cracked” first in order to reveal a number and only then can they be eliminated. The best way to eliminate discs is by creating chain reactions but you can do it in other ways as well.

The magic that’s inside Drop7 is hidden in the endless opportunities that the game offers and then the mental challenges that you will face. This game is not for people who like to have action – instead it requires mental effort and more but if you somehow get bored there are various game modes to choose from that will keep your interest even longer.

Like we said, Drop7 is a great game but it is difficult to describe so the best way to experience this app and get a feeling for it is to go here on Google Play and download it. Drop7 is a free game too.

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