Sky Charms

Sky Charms

Sky Charms may look like a game that has something to do with the sky above all of us but the app is a regular matching game with a few new details.

Here the main goal in each level is to navigate water to objects of interest by matching three or more items with the same color. Most matching game features are the same here too – you must match at least three items of the same kind, there are three golden stars to get, numerous levels to play and points to make. The thing that makes the game a bit easier is that you can match items in all kinds of directions, that is, they must not be positioned in a straight line. Everything else is the same, though, so Sky Charms will not surprise you much. In addition the app comes with childish music and colorful 2D visuals and that’s about it.

Sky Charms is a game that can help you kill some time but in terms of features it is nothing much, especially when it comes to the matching game genre. The app is decent by all means but the attempt to come up with new features is simply not enough. Still, Sky Charms will be enjoyed by the non-demanding fan of matching games and this should be enough.

Sky Charms is here on Google Play.

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