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Gelex is an innovative and highly addictive game in which your goal is to help the crazed physicist, Alex, destroy his newly invented matter called ‘Gelex’! ‘Gelex’ takes form of small, quite annoying, jelly bricks and the only way to destroy them is to match them by color in special vaporizing machine. The more matches you make, the higher your score! Unlike similar Match-3 titles currently available on the market, ‘Gelex’ adds a unique element of fun with its realistic physics making the game significantly more challenging!
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