Would have loved this game growing up…
Magical Drop 2 – Nintendo Switch – Released: 6/29/18 – $7.99
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Magical Drop 2 is a puzzle arcade game that I easily confused with Puzzle Bubble while I was looking on the eShop but it is nothing like it. Instead you are tasked with lining up 3 pieces in a Puyo Pop style method of trying to create chains to launch at your opponent. While you do this, they will be doing the same. I am unsure how exactly to counter a chain that is coming at you but I found the best method is to just try and go as quickly as possible to start sending over garbage right away. The game is fairly easy as I was able to beat it within 5 credits without having any knowledge of the game. Depending on the character, you will be having an easier or harder time since each character has special ability and power level. Picking the lowest power level means you will have a tough time while picking the highest power level, you will be breaking them within seconds.
I had a great time playing this game and would gladly recommend to people who want a puzzle game that is a bit different from the norm and I will be picking up Magical Drop 3 in the future!
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