There’s never too many of casual games to pass (or waste) time, right? Here’s another one for Windows Phone users now. The popular Android game – Sky Cups – has arrived on the Windows Phone Store now.
Sky Cups reinvents the classic Match 3 genre with an innovative vertical gameplay. The game brings together the best elements of popular games - Match 3, Bejeweled, and Fruit Ninja. It features over 90 levels, with more promised in future updates. There are five different worlds with unique gameplay features and several gameplay modes like arcade, puzzle, bubbles, and jewels.
The game is easy to start, and quite addictive. It’s also, in a way, very quick. It jumps from levels to levels very fast and has hurried gameplay transitions. That’s a good thing since you end up playing several levels in a short five minute break.
The game is available for free for Windows Phone 8 devices only from the Windows Phone Store. It’s quite popular on Android with a 4.8 rating with 426 reviews. Try it out, and let us know how you like it. Which other Android game would you like to come to Windows Phone soon?
Source: @WPScoops on Twitter
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