Magic MixUp

Magic MixUp

Can you guess what Magic MixUp is all about? It’s not hard. Yes, this is another matching game.

This introduction might seem to be on the low side but this is not to say that Magic MixUp is a bad game. Truth to be told we are fed up with matching games on Google Play but we try to be as impartial as possible, which will be the case here.

Magic MixUp will have you match items so that a nice and good-looking magician can create potions. The rules of the game are familiar – match at least three items of the same form to eliminate them and if you match four or more you can eliminate even more items. When you meet the level requirements you get to the next level (and there are many of them) and that’s about it. The game tries to add something new and it does – in the game you can play for awards in the form of stickers, with which you can create pets that can help you. Apart from this you have a classical matching game once again. Magic MixUp does look nice, though, so this is a plus.

Well, here you have it – Magic MixUp is another matching game. You can try it if you are into these games but if you are fed up with them, then try something else.

Magic MixUp is here on Google Play.

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