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Match Those Coins – “180” For Android
Good ol’ Bust a Move. This game is one of those like Tower Defense, which left a mark for a new era in gaming. Tons of games have come out in the past decade that resemble this nerve shattering, drop and match kind of game. This time, XDA member Ron_HeadcaseGames has released his own version of the puzzle game. Very smooth and fast paced, 180 will take your Bust a Move skills to the next level with very crisp HD graphics and the upcoming ability to get multi-player support, tablet support, as well as a few surprises hidden in the game.
There is yet another interesting concept in this game, one which I have personally haven’t come across before. As with many apps and games, there are 2 versions of the app: one paid and the other ad supported. The interesting part is that the ad support and all features will disappear by themselves within an certain number of hours of having played.
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Easy for anyone to learn in a minute, but deep enough to challenge the most extreme players. Fans of classic games like Tetris Attack and Bust-a-Move will love the new “shoot and flip” mechanic!
180 is an insane flipping match-3 drop action puzzle game! Launch coins into three-in-a-rows to clear the vertically-descending board. Play alternate colors by flipping coins 180 degrees at any time. Create incredible combos and be rewarded with HUGE scores – just don’t let the coins touch the red line at the bottom, or it’s game over!
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