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I saw the pictures of GEOM when my hubby first approved coverage of this game on the Family Friendly Gaming website. It looked like a match three game to me. Ya’ll know how much I enjoy playing match three video games. GEOM is selling for $0.99 on the Wii U. It is a download only title. I need to thank the wonderful reader who donated Nintendo points to Family Friendly Gaming. I was able to use them to purchase GEOM on the Wii U.

I was wrong about GEOM. It is not a match three video game. GEOM has three modes. The first is to swap any tile with any other tile. The object is to get long lines of the same tile. So something like seven ‘X’ tiles that can be touched in succession. Then they will go away. Sun and moon characters are very special in any mode.

The second mode in GEOM is find the matching tile. On the left hand side of the screen this downloadable only video game will show a shape. Players must tap that shape on the screen. Clear a screen and even more tiles show up, and the process repeats. I liked this mode.

I also like the third mode in GEOM. This is where tiles come from the bottom of the screen to the top. The tiles are worth different points. So keep an eye out for the higher scoring tiles. There is also a match feature in mode three. The difference is players can tap on any tile and get points in mode three. It is not that way in mode two.

Families decide how long they want to play each mode in GEOM. I recommend starting at two minutes before moving into five minutes. I had fun with two of the three modes in GEOM. I like how the developer of GEOM put in three different modes. Most smaller developers would do one and be done.

The music in GEOM is great. The graphics are very minimalist. Graphically this game could have come out a few console generations ago. Maybe even on something like the Nintendo DS. GEOM is an all around solid showing.
- Yolanda


Graphics: 60%
Sound: 80%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 80%
Family Friendly Factor: 80%

System: Wii U
Publisher: Andraconus
Developer: Pablo R. Millan

Rating: ‘E’ - Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY

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