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The 12 music tracks on offer are varied and fit the game perfectly, and the new game modes are a very welcome addition that will definitely give Chime Sharp some serious longevity. After six or seven hours on the game I’ve still only unlocked Sharp and Strike mode on two levels (but that likely is because I’m not particularly good…) so I’ve got plenty more hours in store for me. Put simply, if you enjoyed Chime, then you’ll love Chime Sharp. Anybody who enjoys a block or tangram-type puzzle would be wise to give it a go.
If you liked the original, Chime Sharp is an enjoyable follow-up that delivers more of the same compelling puzzle gameplay with a fresh coat of paint. Long-time players might yearn for a little more variety, but if you are new to the series, you’re in for a treat.
All in all, Chime Sharp is still a great puzzle game that is simple to play and fun to learn. Those in the zone moments are great, and the constant feel of “just one more try” is here and just as addicting as the previous games. Any puzzle fan out there should add this one to their library.