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  • Summary: DNA is an innovative twist on the puzzle genre. Instead of the match 3-color system and grid system found in many popular online games, DNA uses a color combination system. Additionally, DNA features a unique storyline and a stylishly detailed setting that lay the groundwork for experimentalDNA is an innovative twist on the puzzle genre. Instead of the match 3-color system and grid system found in many popular online games, DNA uses a color combination system. Additionally, DNA features a unique storyline and a stylishly detailed setting that lay the groundwork for experimental gameplay in three different modes. In DNA, players help biologist Dr. Rose Thompson with her unusual experiments to create new flowers and help save others from extinction. Users combine different colored proteins and create entirely new cells. With each chain built, hybrid molecules grow into a variety of amazing flowers. Players choose from Eternal, Puzzle and Action modes to add variety to their DNA experiences. Simple, intuitive point-and-click play helps players master the game within minutes. With 67 levels to complete, DNA provide hours of original, addictive gameplay. When finished, players can save their scores and compare with other high-scoring DNA fans. [Merscom] Expand
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  1. The graphics are simple, clear and bright, just the way you would want a puzzle game of this sort to be.
  2. Addictive, original gameplay that will keep you coming back for more.
  3. Ultimately, for the $20 price D.N.A. isn’t a bad experience at all, and the official website offers several demo options to learn more about the game before splurging, so it’s definitely worth a look for casual gamers on the go.
  4. I am a big fan of casual games. It takes a special type of genius to come up with an easy-to-learn game that rewards hours of play. Given how much fun I've had playing D.N.A., I would have to say that the folks at 5th Cell Media are geniuses of that special type.
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