If anything, killing boredom with easy games is always the best option.
There is a catch though, you don’t want games that are too easy otherwise you get bored out, or strenuous either.
One game that has really had me in between and always thrilled is the popular pc game ZUMA deluxe.
I have a lot of fond memories with this game. Some wonderful and hilarious memories.
𝘏𝘦𝘳𝘦 𝘪𝘴 𝘰𝘯𝘦 𝘰𝘧 𝘵𝘩𝘰𝘴𝘦 𝘮𝘰𝘮𝘦𝘯𝘵𝘴. 𝘈𝘵 the office 𝘧𝘦𝘸 𝘺𝘦𝘢𝘳𝘴 𝘢𝘨𝘰, I stayed till the hours of 9pm to beat a stage on Zuma Deluxe when the closing hour was 5pm. As if that wasn’t enough, I started playing from 3pm. 𝘖𝘩 𝘺𝘦𝘴, naturally that isn’t possible.
This thrill has made me sea𝘳ch endlessly for a game on Mobile to help recreate that same feel.
Until now, I never found any. Most Zuma Deluxe imitations are either too easy or just uneventful completely.
If anything, the endless magic zuma summons during play and the fun it brings when these charms are activated makes every “special” interesting to use.
Away from reminiscing the good old times, I found a close competitor to Zuma Deluxe on mobile.
Welcome to another thrilling review, welcome to ZUMBLA DELUXE.
𝘛he name suggests this is a direct idea to try and recreate the original zuma deluxe on mobile and that is not a lie.
Though Zumbla doesn’t completely tick all the boxes zuma deluxe presents. It does give a close remake of the Zuma Deluxe on mobile.
When you open the game, the image below is what you see
ZUMBLA DELUXE SPECIALS.
Moving on to Zumbla Deluxe features[SPECIALS].
Zumbla Deluxe features a lot of special effects, when these specials are triggered, they bing a high level of satisfaction to the game.
These features are not really named, so bear with me as we go on the naming escapade.
When this “special” is summoned you are expected to hit it with a ball, if this is archived, the moving roulette stops for a maximum of 6seconds which in all fairness is enough to do some real damages and possibly win the game.
This is by far my favourite special of the game. This special when ignited can turn a very complex stage into an easy win. It fires rapidly the moving roulette taking out every ball it hits, the strike is not coordinated, so when activated its a random blast.
This special paints up to 6 different colors of ball the same color, making for a simple clearing and inevitably reducing the task to beat the level
Other than the missile blast, there is a bomb special which takes out a reasonable amount of ball on the roulette when activated. Comes in handy when there is more than one moving roulette.
With the special aspect done with, let’s discuss about the game play.
The game is super interesting and fun to play. Not too hard not too easy. On a side note, Zumbla Deluxe can be frustrating to play as certain tasks might seem impossible due to the obstacles and amount of roulette.
I have only seen two roulette moving at the same time and heading for two different finish points.
To me, these dual roulette are the most demanding to beat, you face two challenges whilst you have just one Zumbla to destroy them with.
Speed increase is also possible, as certain stages tend to appear faster than others.
Will leave a game play video below, if you want to have a more visual experience of how the game is played.
❤️In terms of graphics and visual quality, Zumbla Deluxe is as good as that of the famous Zuma Deluxe.
❤️Doesn’t lag or requires too much resources to play.
❤️It’s smooth and very easy to learn.
▪️It’s only playable in horizontal form. Would have preferred it in vertical form just like on pc.
▪️Like in the video below, sometimes when a ball goes in the hole, you still win. Since this happens by chance, it’s difficult to tell how or when to expect it, this uncertainty makes the game a bit vague to predict.
▪️When a combo is animating, you can’t shoot a moving ball, this maybe the limitation of the android os, it would have been better since the Zumbla shooter isn’t frozen during a combo neither is the roulette paused stuck. So while you wait for Zumbla to recover, the roulette is heading for the finish point.
▪️No data SYNC. You can spend real money on the game but no option to sync your progress. Really a dumb idea.
If you Uninstall the app, you lose EVERYTHING. If switch device, you love all your progress.
This is my review of the Zumbla Deluxe, a really nice alternative to the famous and awesome Zuma Deluxe.
Despite its obvious short comings, I will rate it a solid ⭐⭐⭐. Two star less because of the lack of sync option,
And no option to switch screen ratio.
Least I forget, the game also comes with advertising, though these ads do not cover much or causes any form of hindrance to game play, but it’s noticeable and it’s there.
There you have it, from us here, until the next one. Yours reviewsfully ZesusHV signing you on to a blessed day.