Home: Boov Pop!

Home: Boov Pop!

Home: Boov Pop! is a game that is based on a Dreamworks animated movie with the same name so it shares a lot with the movie. Truth to be told we haven’t seen the movie so we cannot make comparisons here but there are shared details for sure.

Nothing shows, however, that this is another matching game but the good news is that it has little in common with the so-called classic matching games. Here you will have to eliminate colorful balls but you can do this by sliding your finger in all directions of the display. Just like many other matching games this one also has numerous levels to complete so the hours of fun are guaranteed. In addition each level has some requirements that you have to meet before you can proceed to the next one. The game, however, has some really nice almost 3D-like graphics that you will like for sure. The thing is that the graphics are really colorful and nice looking so they are an asset to the game. In addition the game music is catchy and nice so this is a plus as well.

Home: Boov Pop! is a really nice game. While it is a matching game (once again) the gameplay differs since here you do not have to match three or more items of the same kind in order to eliminate them and score points. This is what makes the game something fresh in the matching genre. Add the cool looking graphics are you have a winner game for sure.

Home: Boov Pop! is here on Google Play.

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