Pick A Pet – Puzzle

Pick A Pet – Puzzle

Pick A Pet – Puzzle may seem like a puzzle game that deals with pets but the reality is a bit different – this is another matching game in disguise.

It may seem that we are criticizing the game but we are not – we are just saying a fact. The game will have you match gummies in chains of three or more to eliminate them and get points. In addition to this the game has numerous levels to complete like most matching games and you are given a limited number of moves in order to finish a level. This is very familiar, isn’t it? The only different thing that this game offers is the existence of an in-game pet that you must feed in order for it to offer you greater powers that can help you with especially tough levels. So this is some additional help that we can’t really refuse.

Needless to say Pick A Pet – Puzzle comes with 2D graphics just like most other matching games and minor changes in the user’s interface. The sound in the game is decent but this is it.

Pick A Pet – Puzzle is an average matching game that offers one new thing only – a pet to keep you company while playing. It can also help you in tough moments so this is a plus. Everything else is the same as in any other matching game, which marks Pick A Pet – Puzzle as a decent matching game but if you want to kill some time or have some fun we cannot but recommend this app.

Pick A Pet – Puzzle is here on Google Play.

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