Summary: Although the game’s concepts are good, options are a bit limited. There are some different game modes you can unlock by playing, but there is not a large variety, and it can be quite difficult to unlock these extra modes, forcing you to play just the standard game mode for quite some time.
Summary: This is an interesting game that I can play for a few spare minutes and then put down when I want to. It runs well, sounds good, and looks good. The game itself is a simple concept, done well. I like it.
Summary: I bought on steam with a big discount (2 Euros), for that price it gets an 8. If i would have bought it at the normal price it would be an 6. The gameplay is easy to get a hang of, but the game does get boring pretty quickly. When it comes to graphics the game is also very basic.
Summary: It takes a bit to figure out just what is happening, how the multipliers work, and so on. However, once you get it, Droplitz is a refreshing twist on a puzzle genre obsessed with matching sets of three or more things.
Summary: It has a bit of a steep learning curve at the beginning (it took me a few games to figure out even a semblance of a strategy), but Droplitz is a VERY addictive game. I ended up playing accidentally playing until 3:00am, and had "Droplitz Dreams" (like Tetris-dreams) all night.
Summary: OK and addictive gameplay from Atlus/Blitz Games - may get boring though to some after a long while of playing. Nice graphics and music that cycles - sometimes too quickly. Boring board layouts that get bigger and inject more complexity.