Shorter might have been better
Total game time: 12.5 hours
There are exactly 100 levels to get through to erbuild the place. After that it's possible to replay each board separately.
This game has three different game modes which can be changed each level. This alone should make it interesting but I found that only the swap mode is enjoyable at all.
At first there's only an option to shuffle game pieces, then 4 power-ups are gradually added. They build on one another with only one of them being available at any one time. They can't be taken from one level to another so might as well be used. There's also a bonus piece if you match 5 which will pop 2 pieces atop, below, left and right.
What kept me from giving 4 stars is the feeling that there were too many levels depending on excessive use of the power-ups thus forcing one to just keep on playing with no other goal than to collect enough power for the power-up needed. This was especially the case in higher levels which is why I think shorter might have been better.
Btw, this game is actually by Green Sauce Games and they offer the successor themselves.