Match-up puzzle games have come a long way. With initial experiences such as Tetris and Puyo Puyo, many developers have taken the genre in a completely different direction. Some being incredibly successful like Candy Crush and others that end up feeling like boring clones. Cell Surgeon takes an incredibly unique approach to the match-up genre by incorporating 3D physics. Watch our Cell Surgeon gameplay and review video below!
Platform Used For Cell Surgeon Gameplay and Review: LG G3
Developer: Injoy Labs
Genre: Match 4, Strategy, Puzzle
Cell Surgeon Gameplay and Review on YouTube
Cell Surgeon doesn’t give you a flat 2D board to do your matching on. Uh uh! Instead it places a spherical cell in front of you which is covered by viruses. You need to rotate the cell so you can access every facet in order to tap the virus you’re looking for.
By matching four of these viruses, you complete a match. Each virus has it’s own unique way of being interacted with. Some require you to tap on each virus that makes up the match, whilst others require you to swipe or even double tap.
There are currently nine different viruses to play with and a good deal of levels too. Between each section of the game are fully animated cut-scenes that have really charming graphics. The voice-acting in these cut-scenes is quite well done too.
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4 stars – fast-paced match 4 game with a unique twist