Addictive color matching puzzle game Multiple Game Modes: Arcade, Strategy, Zen Multiplayer: Play friends on the same board Power-ups: Organizer, Cleaner, Duster Leaderboards & Achievements Beautiful bright candy-like colors with a modern theme Awesome animations, music, and sound Play games in 60 seconds, 30 moves, or unlimited Game Center integration for challenging friends and family Optimized for all iPhone and iPad Retina Displays including iPhone 6 and 6+ Drag tiles anywhere on the board as long as the dropped tile joins another of same color Join four or more tiles of the same color to clear them off the board and score points.
3 Games Like Compulsive for Xbox One
The latest addition in this selection are Doodle God Solitaire released the 11 August 2016 and ranked #1, PEG released the 9 September 2008 and ranked #3, Domino released the 21 June 2007 and ranked #2.
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Unlock all 12 divine elements and watch as civilization unfolds! Start with the simplest microorganisms and create animals, mechanisms and entire armies. The ability to create is now entirely in your hands! Enjoy classical solitaire improved with a new game mechanic – collect pairs of cards. A special multiplier increases your reward if you find card pairs quickly. Buy bonuses with your reward: mulligan, shuffle and joker. As you play, enjoy uplifting exotic music and premium-quality graphics. Always dreamed of being a god and discovering something new? Dive into an exciting adventure with Solitaire Doodle God and release the god within!
Will you be the first to place all your tiles on the table for a win? Enjoy endless fun with this easy-to-play interface.
PEG is a minimalist take to the traditional solitaire game of the same name. The goal of the game is to leave two pieces on the board (one of each color) by following the rule: "Blue eats blue, red eats red." A puzzler that is deceptively simple but hard to master.
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