Squares

Squares

If you haven’t played a puzzle game lately, we can recommend Squares to you. This is a simple and free Android game that will help you kill time while exercising your brain.

The gameplay is simple – you are given a grid, where you will place a sequence of squares that the game will give you. The sequence contains three or more squares with different colors. You place them on the grid by sliding your finger. The goal here is to place three or four of a kind in neighboring spots, which will then eliminate them and will give you points. If you fill the grid with squares then the game ends but we are sure you knew this from the very beginning. The goal in Squares is to score as high as possible. As to visuals and sound effects – they are all simple but like we said Squares is a simple game.

The app is a nice representative of the puzzle game genre. Although this is a simple game it has all the potential to keep you occupied so we can recommend Squares to all puzzle game fans.

Squares is here on Google Play.

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