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Threes Please! Threes Game Developer Has Answered The Call, The Game Is Now Available On Android

March 12, 2014 - Written By Justin Diaz

If you’ve been spending all your time on the recently released game for Android called Fives, it’s time to cut that number down by two and give all your time to Threes!. Many of you may already know, and for those who don’t, Threes! was an extremely popular game on iOS, and it’s now available for Android. It’s a puzzle game where you have to match numbers on the board to get threes. Seems simple right? It is at first, but then gets increasingly more challenging and addictive. The games developer is referring to Threes! as a tiny game about matching numbers that can be learned quickly. That description is pretty much spot on. The basic idea of the game is to combine tiles to make multiples of three, and continue to do so while working towards your highest possible score before the board fills up. In a way it feels like it meshes together the stacking component of Tetris with matching up numbers for the high score factor.

The game is simple enough that anyone can pick it up, and with simple basic math skills can continue to play endlessly until your phones battery dies if you so choose. And that’s just what might end up happening if you ever decide to start playing the game in the first place. Seriously, it’s addicting. More addicting than Smash Hit,(which is still a great game)and once you begin you won’t want to put the game down. Right now the game is on sale for a limited amount of time to celebrate its Android launch, and the sale price is seemingly $1.99. That price is 33.3333333333% off according to Threes! developer, which is a quirky and humorous discount that is odd but makes complete sense given the nature of the game.

You can grab Threes! at any time from the Play Store from the link we have provided, just make sure that you don’t play it till you’re done with whatever work you might have to do during the day. Some other great parts about the game are no IAP whatsoever, so I know that many people will be happy about that specific factor to the game, it also has a great little soundtrack that the developer is describing as heart warming to lighten your mood, which might translate to keeping you from throwing your phone at the wall because you can’t seem to beat your high score.