Icelide

Icelide

Icelide is another matching game that we encountered but we decided to drop a line on it here because it comes with a new and unique feature that makes it different from other such games.

Just like in many other matching games here you will be matching items again – get three of the same kind to eliminate them, get four or five to create more powerful items that can eliminate entire rows or columns. This time, however, you will be moving an entire line in order to match items and not just a single item like in other matching games. This adds an entirely new dimension to matching games and the actual activity seems to be a bit strange at first but later you will get used to it. In addition to this new feature Icelide will treat you with various game modes, numerous levels and more so this is a game with a lot of content inside. Just like other similar games, however, here you will get 2D graphics again and decent sound.

Unfortunately we have a few remarks to make here – first Icelide is full of annoying ads that waste time and disappoint the end user. In addition to this the game menus can be a bit confusing so it is somewhat hard to find your way inside the game. The sound can be annoying at times as well.

Icelide is a decent matching game but we feel that there are better alternatives out there. The game loses major points because of the annoying ads and the confusing menus and in a few words we have seen better games of the same genre. The thing that we liked the most is the innovative way of combining items and the numerous levels to play. All in all we leave it to you to decide whether to play this one or not but given the app is free you do not lose much anyway.

Icelide is here on Google Play.

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