Big Bang T3S Combines Tetris and Collapse
Are you a fan of classic puzzle games like Tetris, and their newer counterparts like Collapse? If so, you may want to check out Big Bang T3S by XDA Forum Member vadimrm.
So how does Big Bang play? Similar to Collapse and Tetris, your goal is to prevent the ever growing set of blocks from reaching the top of the screen. Like in Collapse, you do this by combining groups of similarly colored squares. However, like Tetris, new pieces fall from the sky rather than come from the ground. And a neat trick unique to this hybrid is that shaking your device makes the chips fly off the screen. Naturally, this reduces your game score, but it can also help keep you from losing.
If you’ve been looking for another action puzzle game to get hooked on, make your way over to the game thread and give this a shot.
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