Ocean Blast

Ocean Blast

We just discussed Farms and Castles, a matching game that brings new things to the genre and we highly recommended it to you. Now we will be dealing with Ocean Blast – another free game for Android and guess what – this one is a classic matching game!

The app is made for children or grown-ups who simply want to kill some time and thus the game does not offer a whole lot. After a quick and painless installation process you will be taken straight to the game where a short tutorial will tell you how to play it. Basically you are given numerous levels and each one of them has some requirements that you must meet in order to pass like “catch 10 fishes” and so on. A bit later the game will also give you puzzles, which is nice – this time you will free fishes from nets, eliminate corals, save turtles and more. Each level also has a number of moves too so you have to be careful not to make unnecessary moves as well.

Ocean Blast offers just 2D graphics but the game is colorful and looks nice. In addition there’s nice sound as well so you will be satisfied here.

We would recommend Ocean Blast to you – the game is nice and even brings a few new touches to the genre. It will appeal to fans best but it can be played by casual gamers as well since Ocean Blast is perfect for killing time.

Ocean Blast is here on Google Play.

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