What do you want to know
- There’s a new M&M’s game in the App Store and it’s free.
- Players can expect seasonal challenges and more.
- In-app purchases go up to $24.99.
M&M fans now have a tasty new game to go with their crunchy treat after Tilting Point made M&M’s Adventure available for download.
Downloadable for free from the App Store, M&M’s Adventure is a puzzle game that will allow players to play with their favorite M&M characters while playing matching puzzles. The game itself is free but with in-app purchases available – and it’s as colorful as you might expect.
Check out the game’s launch trailer to get an idea of what you can expect from M&M’s Adventure.
Dubbed a “casual game” by its description in the App Store, M&M’s Adventure will see players enjoy new seasonal events throughout the year. We’re told you can expect more puzzles and levels added every month, with new game modes and real-time events on the maps too. As PocketGamer points out, over 1,000 levels are already available.
If a candy-based color-matching party is something that sounds like a good time, download M&M’s Adventure from the App Store. (opens in a new tab) now. You can play on iPhone and iPad with in-app purchases ranging from $0.99 to $24.99.
Unfortunately, this game does not support game controllers, but many in the app store do. Be sure to check out our collection of the best game controllers for iPhone if you want to enhance your mobile gaming experience!
Oliver Haslam has written about Apple and the wider tech industry for over a decade with articles on How-To Geek, PC Mag, iDownloadBlog and many more. It was also released in print for Macworld, including cover stories. At iMore, Oliver is involved in daily news coverage and, not being short on opinions, he’s also been known to “explain” those thoughts in more detail.
Growing up with PCs and spending way too much money on graphics cards and flashy RAM, Oliver went Mac with an iMac G5 and hasn’t looked back. Since then, it has seen the growth of the smartphone world, backed by the iPhone, and new product categories come and go. Current expertise includes iOS, macOS, streaming services, and just about anything that has a battery or plugs into a wall. Oliver also covers mobile games for iMore, with Apple Arcade in particular. He’s been playing since the days of the Atari 2600 and still struggles with the fact that he can play console quality titles on his handheld.