Works on: Windows 10 | Windows 8.1 | Windows 8 | Windows 2012 File Format: exe
SHA1 Hash: 62d21bba47c65cda1fb4e43ea23536f517892565 Game Platform: PC | Windows
Size: 18.88 MB
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based on 54 user ratings
Downloads: 696 License: Free
Diamond Rain is a free game by Falco Software Company and works on Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 2012.
You can download Diamond Rain which is 18.88 MB in size and belongs to the games category Match Three, Casual. Diamond Rain was last updated on 2017-04-27 and is currently at version 1.
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Itâ€™s difficult to praise match-three games as being revolutionary or a step forward for the video games industry, but the truth is that they have the power to make millions of dollars for the creators. However, as simple as they appear at first sight, itâ€™s actually quite a lot of work to develop an addictive match-3 flick, especially now when there are thousands of them out there.
Collect diamonds as quickly as you can
Diamond Rain is a very basic match-three game, with no new mechanics to attract the veterans of the genre and barely enough variety to keep a newcomer busy for a few minutes. Itâ€™s obvious from the first level that there is nothing new under the sun, especially not when it comes to the gameplay. Moreover, things do not change along the way, so it takes a lot of will to keep going.
The goal of each level is to get a certain amount of diamonds, either blue or red. The said diamonds descend from the top at an even pace, although you have the option to change the speed of the game if you find it too disorienting. You can only make matches once the gems reach the bottom, but thereâ€™s usually not enough time to analyze them before the board starts to fill to the brim.
Colorful graphics and annoying controls
The controls are the worst part of the game, on the other hand, because they are obviously designed to work on a touchscreen. You have to click and hold in order to pass over the desired gems, but the motion is very imprecise with a mouse and it doesnâ€™t always work as intended. Since you are constantly fighting against time, this becomes quite frustrating after a while.
Lastly, the graphics are pretty decent, but donâ€™t expect anything too grand in this regard either. The diamonds only come in a handful of varieties, depending on the location of the level, but itâ€™s not enough to prevent boredom. Moreover, there are no interesting power-ups or special effects when you score combos, so itâ€™s difficult to stay excited for too long.
A dull experience that needs more variety
In the end, there are very few reasons to give Diamond Rain a try, especially if you are a veteran of the genre and you are used to more complex games. However, it can still be a decent experience for a few minutes at a time if youâ€™ve got nothing better to do.