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This weeks App of the week is from the creators who usually make the most addictive games – ZYNGA.
At first you’ll play this game and you’ll have no idea what you are doing. You will start to get the hang of it and will want to find out why things work at times and not at others. At this stage you’ll have a quick look at the instructions and bingo. You’ll start playing like a champ. Hook, line and sinker!!! You’re now addicted.
Certainly a game to keep your brain warm.
A quick look at some useful tips:
- Get rid of the grey circles
- Smaller numbered circles are not good, especially 1 & 2
- Chain reaction score very high
- Clear board = 70,000 points
- Chain Reaction are good for early strategy. Survivalal for the rest
- Plan your moves. Think about it. When you’ve done that, think again!!
Drop 7 can be purchase from Apple’s App Store for iPod, iPhone, or iPad or Google’s Play Store for all Android devices.
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Nick is an IT Professional who has been in the IT industry for over 15 years. A passion for technology & thirst for knowledge. A certified ITIL v3 professional, Nick is qualified & dedicated to delivering effective & efficient IT services with an Honest smile.
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