DropLab

DropLab


DropLab is a match 3 puzzle game. Drop bugs on the grid to create rows and columns of 3 or more bugs with matching colours. These will be vaporised and the bug juice will fill the test tubes at the bottom of the screen.

Recent changes:
V1.0.6
Fixed game over screen.

V1.0.5
Fixed game saving for difficulty level 2 and higher.
Loading of save game is now optional.

V1.0.4
Fixed the pre-loader progress bar- sorry about that!

V1.0.3
Added a numbered and coloured indicator to the queue and the bugs being added to the grid.
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4.3
User ratings
8
Installs
100+
Concerns
0
File size
15927 kb
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About DropLab
DropLab is a match 3 puzzle game. Drop bugs on the grid to create rows and columns of 3 or more bugs with matching colours. These will be vaporised and the bug juice will fill the test tubes at the bottom of the screen.

Recent changes:
V1.0.6
Fixed game over screen.

V1.0.5
Fixed game saving for difficulty level 2 and higher.
Loading of save game is now optional.

V1.0.4
Fixed the pre-loader progress bar- sorry about that!

V1.0.3
Added a numbered and coloured indicator to the queue and the bugs being added to the grid.

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jan 11, 2014
Addicting! Me and the missus downloaded this to spice things up in the bedroom. Thank you 64th pixel for saving my marriage!
A Google User
Nov 25, 2013
Fun! Enjoyable, challenging and relaxing. Well done 64th Pixel!
A Google User
Nov 22, 2013
A defining 'life' moment I've been into games for most of my life, having been a child of the Spectrum era. I thought I'd experienced all the gaming world had to offer, in high definition, using just my waving hands, you name it. And then I played Droplab. I don't know anything about the company 64th Pixel as obviously they are not as well known as companies such as Electronic Arts and Atari, but if this is indicative of what this software house is capable of delivering then watch this space. Right from the first moment I dragged a wibbly thing from one space to another space, I knew that this was something new - not just a re-imagining of a popular gaming concept, but a redefinition of all things colourful and grid related. It reminded me of the first time I played Tetris on a black and white Gameboy, this is new, this is, well, without being too dramatic, this is what 'defines us'. I love this game, and take it to bed with me now, it is my faithful companion and I live in fear of the day I reach the last level and drag my last wiggly thing across the screen. My only hope is that by then, Droplab 2 will be available and life will be good once more...