by Janel Torkington, Appszoom
It's a Match-Three game, but oh-so-much-classier than Bejeweled Blitz could ever hope for. Rezoner's QbQbQb can lay claim to both indie cred and addictive gameplay, and it might be worth downloading for the ultra-slick electronic soundtrack alone.
The premise is simple: spin planets to align with constantly falling colored blocks, matching as much as you can. The blocks fall at a rate that just allows you to balance planning and reflexes, obviously increasing in difficulty as you progress through the stages. The visuals also evolve as you score fast combos, and the music gains layers of complexity: completely awesome.
Try out just one planet in the free version - you can upgrade to six different planets each with eight unlockable achievements if you fork over the cash (which goes directly to the guy who put it together on his own, so do it if you dig it!).
Rezoner's QbQbQb is a perfectly lovely addition to the match-three genre, and holds appeal for retro gamers as much as anyone who appreciates layer upon layer of robotic rhythms.
by Janel , Appszoom
Oct 18, 2013
from 97 reviews