[Review]Casual Gaming With Merge Town

By Nicolas See Tho on Oct 5, 2017

Every once in awhile, we like to take things slow on our mobile devices and play games which require less brainwork. In that regard, we are reviewing a particularly relaxing game today called Merge Town.  Merge Town is created by Gram Games and it has a rather simple and casual gameplay.

If only upgrading your house in real life was this simple
If only upgrading your house in real life was this simple

You start out with a 3x3 board whereby you start off by building small houses. You can upgrade these houses into something bigger by swiping two of the similar units together merging them into a bigger unit. These houses will then generate revenue for you to build even more houses and so forth. After that, it's all about leaving your phone to build income passively until you can merge homes until it’s final form.

As you progress further through the game, you will be able to unlock more levels with new boards and different house designs. Collecting the income opens up your menu to the many different grades of townhouses that you can buy to speed your progression in the game.

You will see this twice a day
You will see this twice a day

If anything, this game is a good time sink, especially if you need to fiddle with something besides your fidget spinner, and require more visual entertainment then Merge Town can fill that void. We do have to note, however, that there is quite a lot of in-game advertisements that can become rather annoying after a while, but since you will only be checking in to the game twice a day, it doesn’t affect you as much as they do other mobile games. If you are interested in picking up Merge Town, you can download it via Google Play Store or Apple Store for free.

 

Nicolas See Tho
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A quirky gamer who has unrealistic expectations on survival RPGs, unrelenting hope for proper cooking mechanics and a love for tabletop gaming
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