Spill Zone

Spill Zone

Spill Zone might seem like an arcade game but in fact it is a puzzle game and rather strange at that too.

The game offers a simple story that tells you a scientist needs help in the lab. There are numerous levels in the game and each one of them gives you a puzzle in the form of a square in which there are various areas shaped like circles, squares, rectangles and others that represent various chemicals. Each chemical carries a different color with the ultimate goal being to turn the entire big puzzle in a square that carries one and only one color. This is done by swiping (or spilling) chemicals on one another but this is where the real challenge lies since there are limited moves that you can use. In addition the game has lives and if you make too many moves you will lose a life. No matter whether you succeed or not you can see a replay of your moves and try again if you want to improve your score. In case you fail, however, you will lose a life like we said and you will have to start the failed level once again until you succeed. Believe us, after a few levels things will get tough!

Spill Zone offers 2D graphics and nice sound but this is to be expected from such a game. There’s more to it, however, as the game allows players to compete with Facebook and Google+ friends online, play multiplayer games on Google Play and even design your own levels. The fact that there isn’t a level timer is also a plus since this gives players the chance to think and find the best solution to a puzzle.

Spill Zone is a fun game. It is simple enough to start playing it in a minute but yet it is challenging enough to make you think for a while in tough situations. The app is perfect for people who like puzzle games so if this is your case then go for Spill Zone!

Spill Zone is here on Google Play.

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