Dropple is one of these games that are hard to describe. The reason is trivial – this is an unusual game and the gameplay may feel strange to some people.

The thing is that Dropple takes you to a strange world where there’s almost endless space. So it happens that there’s a ball that wants to go down. You are tasked with putting steps in front of the ball, thus creating a stairway, so that the ball can go down and not fall into the endless space. The game gives you a step automatically and all you have to do is align it properly. The step goes left and right and by touching the display of your Android device, the step stops, the ball falls down and then you get a new step. The speed increases with time so you will have to make decisions faster and faster. So in a few words the success in Dropple comes down to this – perfect timing. Once the ball falls into the abyss, however, the game ends. It may seem that Dropple is an easy game but in fact it is not – there’s a challenge in there waiting for you. Also you get nice 3D visuals and that’s it.

Does Dropple deserve some of your time? We feel it does. The app is challenging, the gameplay is not complicated and it has the potential to bring you fun. The problem with Dropple is that the game can be difficult and you will die a lot for sure so if this makes you mad, then you can skip Dropple and feel okay. If this is not the case, then try Dropple – you have nothing to lose.

Dropple is here on Google Play.

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