Potion Pop

Potion Pop

There are hundreds of matching games on Google Play as we speak but we have just gotten a new one – Potion Pop. We don’t mind getting new matching games on Google Play since we believe in diversity but is Potion Pop worth your time?

Well, that depends on where you come from. If you have played a matching game before, then Potion Pop will not bring a whole lot of new features to you – even the gameplay is the same. You will have to match three potions with the same color to eliminate them. Match four of them to create a better more powerful potion, match five to make an even more powerful potion and meet the level requirements to advance further. You get the idea. Then given how many points you have scored you get one, two or three golden stars and this is it. The app tries to attract players by saying it has 200 levels to complete, game synching across numerous devices and more. As with almost every other matching game Potion Pop is in 2D but this does not affect the gameplay in any way – in fact this is what the app needs.

Potion Pop has two faces – in terms of matching games it does not bring anything new, except that this time you will be matching small bottles, so if you are fed up with these games you can pass on this one. If this is your first matching game, though, then it is a nice choice – it has everything to keep you occupied and it simply does not have a weak point. This is what makes the game one of the better games in the matching genre and if you choose to start with it you will not be disappointed.

Potion Pop is here on Google Play.

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