Jamaker is a Fruity Take on Match Three Games
Are you a fan of Match Three games like the popular Bejeweled? Have you been looking for a similar game with a slightly fruitier aesthetic? If so, you may want to give XDA Forum Member HazardGames‘s Jamaker Fruit Story a shot.
The game, similar to other games in the genre, has you swap adjacent tiles one at a time until you match at least three in a line. Once this happen, the matched tiles are eliminated and more fall from the sky.
While all games of this genre are inherently quite similar, Jamaker Fruit Story differentiates itself from its Match Three contemporaries with its interesting and fruity aesthetic, playful yet addictive music, and wide range of power-ups such as bombs, lasers, and ice storms.
Jamaker also features a leaderboard so you and your casual gaming buddies can see who’s best. Finally, there three different worlds and 75 different levels in all, so you can play to your heart’s without fear of running out of new challenges.
If you’re looking for a new take on Match Three Games, give Jamaker a shot. Head over to the game thread to get started.
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