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Compulsive app review: get these colors organized

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Introduction

We've got a game that mixes challenge with fun and beauty for an offering you won't be able to put down. The Compulsive app can be played on your iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone and requires players to get the palette of colors all organized and matched up. The game uses really simple controls and rules so anyone can pick it up but it's very difficult to master, which is exactly why it's so addictive. This one can be played for all ages and because it is integrated with Game Center you can challenge your family and friends.

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Compulsive

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Match Up the Colors

The Compulsive app requires players to match the colors in this puzzle-based game. Yes the concept is that simple but don't get too excited because all isn't as it seems. There are a few different game modes for you to enjoy which are Zen, Strategy, and Arcade. Each mode has its own feel and you'll find they are all challenging in their own way. The app supports Game Center, achievements, and the leaderboards. Games can be as long or as short as you want ranging from unlimited moves and time, to 30 moves only, or just 60 seconds per game.

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The game is free to play but there are a number of packs available as in-app purchases. These are priced between $0.99 and $9.99. The app also has ads that you can remove for $0.99. Users are loving this game and have given it 4.5 out of five stars. In its very recent update there were bug fixes and small improvements made to ensure players stay happy with the offering.

The game controls are simple to use
The game controls are simple to use

Simple Rules

The Compulsive app features some very simple rules. All you need to do is drag around the colored tiles on the game board so that they join with another tile of the same color. You need to join at least four tiles in order to get points and clear them off the board. If you manage to clear more than one group of tiles with just one move you'll get bonus points. There are a number of power-ups that can help improve your gameplay in a big way so you'll want to try to take advantage of these. As well if you play on a daily basis you'll be able to earn an additional 1,000 tiles.

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The graphics, sound effects, animations, and colors are all really well-done. Everything feels smooth and well-executed with this app.

Clear the board and earn points
Clear the board and earn points

Compulsive

Free

Pros and Cons

Pros

  • The rules of the game are simple to follow
  • The game controls are responsive and easy to use
  • The app supports Game Center, achievements, and the leaderboards
  • There are a few different game modes
  • The app offers sleek graphics, sounds, and colors

Cons

  • There are a number of in-app purchases available, which can be pricey
  • The app contains ads but you can remove them

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Leaderboard

Final Thoughts

The Compulsive app for your iPad, iPod touch, and iPhone could be called addictive instead as this one is a whole lot of fun to play and thanks to the various game modes, it never gets dull.

 

Compulsive

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