iPhone Game Bloom Box Review

| August 24, 2013 | 0 Comments

The iPhone game Bloom Box is a very amusing game powered by the Nexx Studio. Sorry the android fans; this enormously addictive title is an App Store~only game for time being.

iPhone Game Bloom Box Review

in the advanced world of mobile game, some game genres are sufficient or as addictive as the ‘chain reaction’ puzzle. There is just something awesome about setting up the enormous chain reactions, and the Bloom Box doesn’t disappoint in that particular area.

The gameplay itself is very simple and easy. You only have to move on to the upcoming level is blow up few boxed! You can use the flower involved to a fuse to ‘polinate’ other flowers. You’ll need to use noodle to find out some best way to organize the boxes.

iPhone Game Bloom Box Review

I find many of App Store games contain really heavy~handed, some annoying tutorials that go no and on. The Bloom Box basically has an awesome tutorial that is just the right length and does not make you tired with this nifty game before you have even had an opportunity to start playing.

Boasting 25 unlockable successes, an awesome tutorial, and 120 attractive levels across four gardens, the iPhone game Bloom Box has many value, you cannot really go incorrect here. Moreover, the new update comprises some bug fixes and a solution for those players who were facing crashes when playing on an older gadget.

iPhone Game Bloom Box Review

The recent price is a 50% off promo for the launch. This price will come into effect for a confined time, so if you are a bargain hunter, then it would be the best chance for you to pounce on the Bloom Box. This nifty game is tons of drama and fun, and quite huge in terms of no. of available levels. Get it now.

This iPhone game Bloom Box is well compatible with the iPod touch, iPhone, and iPad. Needs iOS (4.3 or later). This attractive app is optimized for the iPhone 5.

Category: Games

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Addison is an instructor of game design and multimedia developer in some technical college; he is also an active member of Microsoft gaming and app precincts. Google+