Gems Land is a cute Android game with casual gameplay and simple mechanics, supplemented by a bright graphic design. We are transported to the universe of colorful crystals and help its inhabitants to return to their rightful place the stolen sacred stones, personifying balance and vitality. The project Gems Land can not be called the pearl of its genre, since everything in the game is created by an established cliche. Before you, a simple "three-row", which, perhaps, is able to surprise with a bright and well-designed interface, the gameplay does not offer anything fundamentally new - over many levels, we are releasing playgrounds from multi-colored crystals, earning points and pleasant bonuses with amplifications. It is worth to thank the guys from InfoShell.net and for the implementation of the distinct and interesting story - the user to get acquainted with the amazing and powerful Forest Spirits whose life is dedicated to protecting the magic balance stones that guarantee the beautiful universe a peaceful sky overhead and the absence of all sorts of cataclysms and enemy attacks. But as always, nothing lasts forever under the moon - cruel and greedy enemies have found a small hole in the defense and stole all the ancient stones. Well, before the gamer is now the task to return the relics, armed with magical spells and useful bonuses.
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