Puzzles With Matches

Puzzles With Matches

There are some things in life like playing cards or matches that can be used for tricks, puzzles or other similar things. Puzzles With Matches is a free Android game that will show you that matches are much more than just an object that you use to light a fire.

The game is small-sized – at just about 4 MB in size it takes less than a minute to download it and then have it installed on your Android device. The small size means some features are not there and we will tell you of one right now – sound. So save some battery and turn the sound off as Puzzles With Matches comes with no sound effects at all. This does not reduce the quality of the game as this app is all about logical thinking. There are two modes to choose from – one offers puzzles with numbers while the other one has puzzles with shapes. The first puzzles need you to fix equations while moving a number of matches, while the second type requires you to build geometry figures with a limited number of moves. There’s no need to say that Puzzles With Matches is all in 2D but in reality 3D graphics is not needed for such an app.

Will you like this app? It depends on you as Puzzles With Matches is for people who like to solve logical problems. Actually this might as well be the perfect app while you are travelling to some other place.

Puzzles With Matches is here on Google Play.

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