Summer Match 3

Summer Match 3

Match three beach balls in a row, have fun and get a high score! Swap adjacent balls to create chain reactions and fill up the time bar. This is a matching game that tests your speed and perception. Are you skilled enough to fill up the bar all the way to the top?
 
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