Have you been wondering what the top match 3 games for mobile devices are? I am here to introduce you to some of the best match 3 games that you can play anywhere and anytime.
Match 3 games are among the most popular genres in the gaming world nowadays, and games like Candy Crush Saga and Candy Crush Soda are the most downloaded games around the world.
Match 3 games are casual games in which the player must match at least three pieces of the same type (could be the same color or the same shape), and by matching them they will disappear from the game board and make the player’s score higher Arkadium Games. These games are very enjoyable and are known as highly addictive – people who start playing match 3 games often can’t quit for a long period of time.
However, even though they are highly addictive, these games are harmless. They are often great for times of boredom and they don’t take over player’s lives. They can be played while waiting in line for the doctor, waiting for the bus or any other time. They are not violent nor do they contain any inappropriate images, therefore they are suitable for everyone at any age and gender. These games are usually very colorful and have lovely graphics, and they are easy to play and control.
Some ind games don’t require music, requiring only sound effects, miscellaneous noises, and maybe the occasional bit of ambience here and there. Expertly done examples of this would be Ditto and Fallout New Vegas’ Add-on Dead Money. Ditto has a very calm yet dark and oppressive tone, and the silence broken my only the sound effects and the occasional water drip drives this home. Dead Money is meant to be scary. It’s ambience with random noises emphasize this the utmost degree, working with the visuals to purposely unnerve you at your core. Boy does it do it well.
Back in the day, when the music was ever so hindered by the technology of the age, music had to resort to much simpler means to convey atmosphere. They couldn’t use the detailed compositions of today’s music. Heck, they couldn’t really get anything to sound like instruments. Instead, they composed strong melodies out of compressed sound bits that make the chip-tune style unique. These strong melodies are simple, and usually catchy. It’s because they’re catchy that they tend to be more memorable. Chip-tune is easy to replicate via humming, and if a piece is catchy it’s also easy to replicate by humming. If you can hum it enough, it tends to become memorable. Also, it’s simple nature allows you to remember it easier, but that doesn’t involve humming so it’s boring so whatever.
Some games can have pleasant and fitting music that just isn’t that memorable. You may remember it when you hear it, but you just can’t quite recall how it goes on your own. These tend to be in the ambient side of things. Fez is big on this. It doesn’t really use any strong melodies, just random notes that fit the tone it’s trying to convey. This type of music is usually slow-paced, providing enough space in-between chords so that it doesn’t just sound like an inconceivable jumble of sounds. This type of music is by no means bad, as it can be very fitting within the game it plays during. It simply isn’t near as impact full to listen to outside of the game is all.