There’s something addictive about a well-constructed puzzle app. From the bright colors to constant steam of gratifying effects, you see people everywhere plugged into their apps and working hard to outwit Bejeweled or other cult favorites.
Take on the role of Vilendor, a wizard who guides you on your fantastic puzzle journey. You’re tasked with matching and collecting various potions in order to defeat your enemy, and will move across a board as you do so.
All in all, this app packs a punch and is going to delight you and your friends. It’s challenging enough to keep you hitting “Try Again”, but navigable enough to master with practice.
The app immediately separates itself from most other puzzle games by offer a high-def three-dimensional look. Our wizard friend opens up a book as you enter the game, and we can assume that with this gesture, we’re beginning an exciting chapter of potion blasting fun.
The app itself has over 80 levels, various spells and in-app purchase options, and bosses galore.
There’s enough new content to keep you pushing at the screen, and you’ll find delightful digital effects once you blast your way through enough potions.
Concept and Functionality:
This app is scoring on all cylinders. The graphics are stellar and the gameplay is, as the title suggests, a blast. You’ll literally have to smash through bottles galore, and sort through green, blue, yellow and red potions as you search for the biggest payoff.
It’s not the first puzzle game to hit iOS, that’s for sure. But this app has a new spin, a lovable protagonist, exciting gameplay, and just about everything else that you might want from your action-puzzle titles.
The app is free and gives us very little reason not to love it. Even those who already have puzzle apps on their phone or mobile device will want to give this a try, as it’s got an oddly satisfying aura and is well-worth a download.
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