PocketGamer Review: RealArcade Puzzle Pack

It's probably fair to assume Gem Drop's concept didn't take 100 men, 100 hours to think up. Not only does it use the age-old puzzle game formula of arranging falling objects into like-coloured groups to make them disappear, it also doesn't add a lot more to that concept.Single gems of varying shapes and colours line up at the top of the screen and, one by one, must be dropped onto the stack below. You can swap the current gem in line for the following one, but apart from that there's nothing else to do other than move it left or right, then drop it in the most suitable of six columns.

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