Threes is an absolutely fantastic puzzle game. It’s honestly one of the best apps you can put on your Android or iOS device. And now, the Threes Pebble clone puts it on your wrist.
Now, this is of course an unauthorized port. The official version of Threes, from Asher Vollmer, Greg Wohlwend and Sirvo, is $2.99. The Threes Pebble app is free and released by Maxime Briand. Still, it’s something worth noting, as you wouldn’t think the game would work on the Pebble.
But work it does. The Threes Pebble and Pebble Time app offers a four by four grid, with a score at the bottom of the screen and a small box on the right showing what kind of tile could be appearing next. Pressing the back, select, up and down buttons move left, right, up and down. The goal remains the same. Match tiles as often as you can until you run out of room.
The moment I saw this, I loaded up the Threes Pebble app. It’s serviceable on a standard model. I really think it would work better on a Pebble Time, what with its color display. But really, as adequate as it is, picking up the official version of Threes is more advisable.