Size DOES Matter is a rhythm based game brought to you by Channel 4 Television Corporation. In this game, you will follow the rhythm of music and continue fixing a moving element.
- The version of this game built for Android devices was available from the 21st of August, 2014 and some gameplay refinements are applied since then.
- The game needs 45MB of space to be fully downloaded and installed.
- You need to have at least the version 2.3.3 of Android to play this game and you will find the improvement in features if you have any of the later versions.
- The game will cost $1.59 if you want to buy this and play.
- It features retro-style graphics with neon compositions.
- Leaderboards are available and you can challenge your friends.
- The game control is very simple. You need to buy and start playing! You have to control the both sides of the game screen in parallel. You will swipe with your finger to control the movement of the columns vertically at the left side.
- To resize your boxes you will use the right side of the screen.
- Game level changes with new rhythms. You will try to survive till the music ends.
- You will change the shape of your boxes according to the size of the gates.
- Modern graphics with cool electronic music.
- Addictive and attractive synchronization of game elements.
- Award winning retro style game that has smooth controls
- No extra ad as the game is a paid one.
- The game play needs some time to get familiar with
- It’s very difficult to play in fast rhythms.
There are quite a few rhythmic games and Size DOES Matter is a popular one among them. If you are a music lover, you will find an extra joy playing with rhythms. This game is meant for all ages as the content rating specifies but it’s sometimes hard for people of certain ages. However, the beautiful combination of the music and the game flow will make this game a memorable one for you.
Download links: Apple iTunes, Google Play
Triszia Marie Santos
Triszia Marie Santos is navigating the mobile device space for you. She is an early adopter in all things mobile and loves to write about the latest mobile trends.
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