Juice Jam

Juice Jam

When you look at the free Android game called Juice Jam you will quickly realize that you are dealing with another matching game like Candy Crush Saga. This one is a bit different, though – you will be serving customers here as well, which is a nice new idea.

Juice Jam presents you with a screen where you will have to match fruits in order to create juice that you will serve then to customers waiting at your stand. You usually have a few customers so there will be some matching to do. In fact serving all customers is the key to winning a stage within a number of pre-defined moves so be careful with this. Once you are done you can advance to the next level and then repeat the cycle. The app also gives you a few ways to match more fruits or simply to eliminate them – just match four or more fruits of the same kind and you will get powerful new weapons of destroying or matching fruits.

The rest of the Juice Jam features are the same as in any other matching game – there are limited moves, there are numerous fruits to match and there are bonuses at the end of every stage. You even get the same 2D graphics and sound that are customary for such games. Really, there isn’t much else to say here.

Our overall opinion of Juice Jam is that the game offers a new idea in the matching genre and this is what makes us like this app. The gameplay is not dramatically different from other such games and this is not necessarily a bad thing as you won’t be wasting time to learn new things, yet at the same time you get the new idea of serving customers. This new feature, we think, will attract players bored with other similar games and this is what makes Juice Jam a success.

The game is here on Google Play.

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