Sugar Smash

Sugar Smash

Sugar Smash does not come as a surprise here – just a quick look at the picture of the app will tell you that here we are dealing with another matching game.

Unfortunately for some Google Play fans Sugar Smash does not bring any changes to the genre so we can easily say that this free game for Android is a classic matching game. There are numerous levels to complete and here you will be collecting cookies (again). Match three of them to eliminate them, match four to eliminate all four and make a powerful cookie that can eliminate all the cookies around and so on. There’s really no need to describe the features of this game since they are the same as in any other matching game but even then there’s a short tutorial during the first few levels that tells you how to play the game. It will definitely help first timers so it is nice that the developers have included it. It is also worth mentioning that after the first few levels the game becomes tough very quickly so if you want a challenging game, then this one might be for you. Everything else is the same, though – you have level requirements, a limited number of moves, 2D graphics, some dude that drops phrases and then catchy music. Like we said Sugar Smash is a classic matching game.

So is Sugar Smash worth your time? It depends. If this is you first matching game, then go for it, but if not Sugar Smash will not bring anything new, so maybe it is better to stick to your current matching app. In any case, however, fans can try this game – there’s nothing wrong in that.

Sugar Smash is here on Google Play.

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