Match-three puzzle games flooded both app stores, with many featuring the same features. That said, Gummy Drop looks to differentiate itself from the pack.
In Gummy Drop, you are tasked with rebuilding famous landmarks in different parts of the world. While solving the puzzles, you earn coins and building materials necessary for the rebuilding efforts. The game's story about rebuilding gives the player a goal for completing the puzzles, and the semblance of a plot is a welcome change of pace.
On the flip side, the gameplay is like any typical match-three puzzle game. You are able to move pieces in different directions to match up three in a row, but with different goals, from getting a certain score to breaking a specific number of tiles.
Gummy Drop has the same pitfalls that have become the standard in match-three games. It works on a system of lives, so if you fail to complete a puzzle you lose a life. Once you're out of lives, you need to stop playing or pay to buy more. The game also has coins that you earn by solving puzzles, which you can then invest in power-ups. You can buy more coins if needed, but you can easily play without them.
Gummy Drop is a solid match-three puzzle game. Unfortunately, it doesn't do much to differentiate itself from other titles in the genre. If you've grown tired of these types of games, we doubt this one will reel you in.