We were given the chance to review Big Fish’s Cascade in exchange for an honest blog review, but that in no way shaped our opinion of this game.
This is not like any other match 3 puzzle game you’ve ever planned before. It’s a combination of a spinning and match 3 games. My husband jumped at the chance to review it for me because he loves match 3 games.
This match three game is relativity easy to play. For each level you start off with 5 spins. You take the gems off the bottom row and make matches of three. You can make those matches in any direction. Be sure to keep in mind how the pieces are going to fall when you use up the pieces from the bottom row. If you leave any pieces in the bottom row then you will also lose a spin. If you use them all up though, you gain a spin. You also gain a lot powerup gems too throughout the game too.
Within the first couple of levels though, he was quickly bored. However, that is NOT to say that this game is a bad game to play by any means. It’s just not for an advanced player like him.
He stated it would be perfect for young kids to learn colors and strategy moves. He gave our kids the chance to play it to see how they responded to it. He started with Zeva, our two year old, play it for a while and she got very excited and didn’t want to stop playing. My middle son who is six years old also enjoyed playing this game for several hours too. My six year old though quickly went through the levels. However, he did have some that were a bit challenging for him. My ten year old, who is also pretty good video game player, was bored with it within a handful of levels too. Now, I’m a huge fan of simple games like this, and I enjoyed playing it.
You are able to get this game for your iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5s, iPad, and iPod Touch as long as you have the iOS 6.0 or later. You may purchase this game for FREE right now on iTunes.
Who in your family would enjoy this game the most?