Threes, the mobile sensation that quietly took over iOS users, is now available to own on Android.
While everyone and their mother was talking about Flappy Bird, I sat quietly, stewing in jealousy over friends who were posting their Threes scores on Twitter. I didn’t want to tap a bird and see it fly across the screen; I wanted to play the number-oriented puzzle game. I wanted to use my mind until I pass out and dream that I’m still playing.
The day has finally come when I can play Threes on an Android device, and I’ve somehow dragged myself away from the game to bring you this one-sentence review: