Diamond dash it’s brought to you by the developers of bejewelled Blitz. It’s an extremely addictive game and we recommend it. It’s another puzzle arcade game with a very similar feel to bejewelled Blitz and it’s played through Facebook. This gives a unique experience as it’s very socially orientated. You can see how your friends are doing complete against friends and even enter a huge weekly competitions. The game is relatively simple. Like many other puzzle games of this nature, it’s a match free type of constructs. All you need to do is match free of the same coloured gems to destroy all gems in the area that the same colour. You can get the game at https://apps.facebook.com/diamonddash
You’re presented with a full screen of coloured blocks and the objective is to clear as many of them as possible. This is done simply by clicking on them are touching the touchscreen. This to me leans towards being played on a touchscreen mountain with the mouse as it’s far easier. Just press away at the screen, even with multiple instances you can use both hands instead of just a single mouse cursor, even though you can still be very quick with the mouse. The interaction level still feels better with an iPad. Once you’ve matched gems of the same colour was my area will disappear and make room for new ones. The objective is to clear the whole screen as they are constantly replaced instead you have to see how many you can destroy within a set time, which is a minute. The more you destroy the higher your score will be. As said previously, your high score is very easily seen by others and there is a huge social aspect to the game. There are ways of cheating the game. If you feel so inclined, you can get diamond dash cheats quite easily by searching on Google are follow the link
Similar to the other games by Wooga there is a limit of one minute that you after clear as many as you can. This short timeframe makes the game very addictive. It’s very easy just to try again to try and beat your score are a friend score you can easily find yourself just plain again and again. If that was an option. There is a system in place that stop you from playing competitively for hours and hours on end, you have a limited number of lives and once they are used up. You cannot play again. They do regenerate after a certain amount of time. So you can play again. You can also buy lives with Facebook currency or get friends to give you a life. You can also give lives to friends if they need them.
As you play. You also gain experience which can open up some power ups like explosive blocks that will help you clear more bricks quickly. The game looks excellent. It’s cheerful and bright and looks like top quality production you would expect from wooga. Animations are excellent and the bear is a very good character. Perhaps the only annoying thing about the game is the sound. There is no music and the sounds can get a bit repetitive, although they do add to the atmosphere of the game. Overall Diamond dash is exactly what you would expect nothing revolutionary, but is exceedingly good fun and stays true to the formula of previous games for it. If you got a few minutes to kill it’s an excellent little game