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A colorful new 'drop' game that will test your skill while you try to save the coral reef

Editor's review Page 2 of 3

Published 30 May 2018

[cont'd] ocean isn't doing so well and Drippy is the one to save it. Drippy, of course, represents the rain and it will have to 'soar through the sky' (the developer's words, not mine) to save and reclaim the reef. There are new worlds to traverse with evil enemies out to get you and four menacing bosses who are out to thwart your positive plans. In the best tradition of underwater action you'll find yourself having to collect keys that unlock treasure chests that you run into along the way and then you'll be able to gradually build up your fish stocks and regenerate the reef. There are dozens of exotic colorful fish to collect and they will help you as you go on your merry way. 

DrippyDrop may look to be a simple looking game but it's one of those games that is easy to pick up but difficult to master. It features over twenty levels that range from easy to quite challenging and is recommended for ages of 9 years and over. The game uses very simple and intuitive controls meaning that you can easily pick it up and play it whenever you have a spare moment. Because of this, it's safe to assume that it's a great game for both the casual gamers and the regular player. The difference between this and many similar games though is it's colorful and ever changing graphics and the storyline that...