Jelly Bust!

Jelly Bust!

Jelly Bust! is one of the innumerable games on Google Play that tell what they are about in their title. When you think of it, however, this is how it has to be – why waste time on playing a game when you can find out what it is all about with a simple glance only?

As you can see here you will be matching jellies in order to score points and finish levels. But there’s more – apart from doing these things, the game will make you help animals find their homes. This is in fact the main goal of every level and if you do not meet this requirement you will fail.

If we don’t take into account this new feature Jelly Bust! does not bring anything new to the genre. You still deal with candy, you still match colors, score points, create powerful candies that can eliminate whole rows or columns and try to get as many golden stars as you can before moving to the next level. In any case the game looks a bit different from other such games so this may attract you to it. Speaking of it Jelly Bust! features 2D graphics and nice sound – what else is there to say about this?

All in all Jelly Bust! is a nice game, although it does not bring tons of new features to this game genre. The game will best appeal to fans of matching games and given its new “animal” feature it will appeal to some more people or so the developers hope. Like we said, this is a nice app, just don’t expect too much out of it.

Jelly Bust! is here on Google Play. The game is free as usual.

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