What a Wonderful World is a fresh puzzler on the block, aptly summarized as Match 3 meets Anthony Bourdain meets National Geographic

By , on August 20, 2019
Last modified 4 years, 7 months ago

Modern day Match-3 puzzlers are a dime a dozen, but that’s where developer BebopBee has crafted a gem to shake up the genre with What a Wonderful World. It’s a refreshingly innovative take that aims to bring a new breed of personalised gameplay into the popular format, transforming players’ in-game actions and curiosity into real-world knowledge. There is so much to see, learn and experience!

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What a Wonderful World provides all the means to let players discover a range of global cultures and experience the joys of traveling. You’ll work your way around the globe completing a range of colourful match-3 puzzles, unveiling the rich history of famous places and restoring cultural landmarks like the Louvre, Colosseum and more by collecting what are known as art, culture and green points.

Ever-green Travel theme and Pixar-esque art appeal makes for a clever mass-market combo. Cute characters are sprinkled throughout with charming, yet informative narrative that nudges players in just the right ways. Game’s icing-on-the-cake is its “Tripstagram” feature that lets players see elegant real-world content that inspires our shared sense of humanity. Travel truly can brighten the souls and broaden the minds.

What’s more, there’s always an excuse to keep coming back to What a Wonderful World on a regular basis. Hundreds of new challenging puzzles will be added every few weeks, with each city adding in a new gameplay blocker to keep players on their toes. Then there is ‘Daily Event’ inspired by Travelogues that will challenge you to discover the likes of ‘Most Colorful Places’ to not-to-be-missed “Dogs Wearing Glasses” around the World! Content possibilities are truly endless!

In conclusion, idea is fresh, core of Match3 is delightfully dynamic and the polish feels world-class. It’s a meaningful feat for a small studio and an opportunity to expand to a successful Match3 built around a community - something that hasn’t been done yet. Game is in closed beta currently and we can’t wait to see this one out and about.








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