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Mobile gaming has come a long way, just look at the newly announced Nvidia Shield tablet, but sometimes you just want a little bit of fun to kill five minutes of boredom. Blip Blup is one of those little casual gaming puzzlers that attempts to give fun and frustration in equal measures. It is brought to you by the same team that released the highly successful and visually stunning Monument Valley, but surprisingly sits on the Play Store with only 100,000 downloads (yes a lot, but paltry in comparison to its well known stable mate).
The game is free to install, but if you want to remove the adds and get some additional levels it will only nibble £1.49 from your Play Store credit and is done via a single in app purchase.
Starting very simple in the tutorial levels the difficulty creeps in at a leisurely pace but not too slow to kill your interest. The idea is simple as well, press a block to change its colour and start a chain reaction to connected blocks along straight lines and diagonals until the puzzle grid has been changed in as few moves as possible. As you level up special blocks are introduced to make things more interesting. Each grid has a maximum number of allowed moves with additional reward (the trusty old mobile gaming star system), if you can complete in the fewest possible.
Graphically it is basic, but that is all it needs to be. Blip Blup is a great little time waster and is perfect for keeping you occupied when you just don’t have time for a full on gaming epic.
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