Description: Three Monsters is a match three type of puzzle game that brings with it lots of charm and other gameplay elements all rolled into one new game. It’s made a Korean game studio and with that comes a unique art style. When playing Three Monsters you’re given a 6×6 grid that’s filled with different colored monsters, you need to move the grid left, right, up and down to match three or more of these monsters together. There are cool powerups that will help you reach even higher scores as well as get rid of those pesky stone monsters. The aim of the game is to keep on playing till you beat your own high-score.
How it Works: Once you’ve downloaded Three Monsters, you’re ready to play.
Getting to grips with how to play the game is easy, and everything is explained to you as you get into the game.
Things start off fairly easily as you get used to moving the grid to bring new monsters in and move those already here.
As you progress into your match, more stone monsters will creep in and you’ll have a harder time finding matches and ways to clear space.
Much like Tetris, when the board is full, it’s game over. You’re given a high-score though, and you can play over and over to beat this.
To get higher scores in the future, why not try out some of the powerups? You can equip three of them at any time.
Opinion: Puzzles games, for me, are some of the best games to play while on the go. They don’t ask too much of the player and they’re easy to play while on the way to work or whatever. Three Monsters is cute, accessible and addictive. You can keep on playing without the need to move from mission to mission and the idea of beating your own high-score makes it so appealing to players of all ages. Having to move a grid around gives the game its own sort of play style, and overall it’s got some good core mechanics that will appeal to a lot of people.
- Speed (4/5) – Three Monsters runs fine on smartphones as well as tablets, and it’s something that players of all ages will be able to get into.
- Features (4/5) – Mixing lots of genres together is a nice touch and it really works well here with Three Monsters. The core mechanics are different enough to create a fresh experience and puzzle fans will find a lot to love in Three Monsters
- Theme (4/5) – One of the better things about this cool game is its unique charm, it’s got its own art style and should put a smile on your face.
- Overall (4/5) – A solid puzzle game that offers match-three mechanics with some nice twists, it’s accessible, looks good and doesn’t cost too much.
- Easy to get into, while still offering a good challenge.
- Puzzle fans will find something a little different that offers them a breath of fresh air.
- Addictive and compelling thanks to the infinite high-score mechanic.
- Cool monsters and charming graphics make it a game with a fun attitude to it.
- Can feel a little thin at times, but there are no ads after the small fee you pay for.
- Difficulty spikes quickly and harshly once you get to a certain point.
Conclusion: If you’re looking for something that’s a little different that doesn’t take itself too seriously, and like the look of the monsters on offer in Three Monsters then you should just give the game a go. It might not be perfect, but it changes the match-three genre enough to feel like a fresh game experience and will give you something to play on the commute to and from work. Besides, this is a fairly well price app, so what do you have to lose?