KragSoft's chain reaction arcade game Electro Combo is for people who like to make things go boom without all that pesky police involvement. Your goal is to clear each stage of all the floating icons by clicking to place explosions that detonate everything in their vicinity. The catch is that each icon has a different effect and explodes in a different way, so watching and planning for just the right moment is key to getting three stars and 100% completion on each level. But it's not just about bombs, with coins floating around that can be spent on upgrades between levels when nabbed.
Though the inclusion of different elements with different behaviours for you to puzzle out is a clever idea for injecting some strategy into the genre, Electro Combo doesn't quite manage the effortless addictiveness of, say, Icy Fishes or Icy Gifts. Largely its due to how repetitive Electro Combo winds up feeling, and don't you kind of need sound effects to really capture the dazzling "popcorn for your brain" feeling that chain reaction games require? As an example of clean design wrapping up a familiar, engaging idea, however, Electro Combo is a fine specimen indeed. It's the sort of thing that fits perfectly into any sized break you have, with the stars giving you added incentive to upgrade and try for perfect, and delight the ol' ocular orbs with all the rupturing pixels your heart desires in the process.