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Cronk is an interesting game for the iPhone and iPod touch. It's a mix between a tower defense game and a bejeweled-like game. The basic idea behind the game is to eliminate the boulders rolling down the path towards your village. To do this, you need to match similar colored rocks by throwing them. If a match of three or more is made, the boulders are destroyed. There are plenty of special boulders to hit that will affect your game as well. Each of these has a different effect such as pausing time or exploding the nearby boulders. This game is pretty addicting and will bring all of the strategy and frustration that comes with a tower defense game and the satisfaction of a Bejeweled or Tetris-like game. Cronk feels very finished and well-thought out. The graphics are great for the phone and don't take away from the game play. The sounds in this game compliment the setting of the game and are really satisfying. At the time of this review, Cronk was priced at 5.99 in the app store. This price may deter many of you, as the game does not boast quite enough content or variety in game play to justify a six dollar price tag. Even though the game is fun, the game play will sometimes be a little slow for many of you. If this game was cheaper, I would definitely recommend it as it has some really fun moments. But at its current price, you can find similar games out there for a lot less. This has been Erick with AppVee.com, your definitive source for iPhone application reviews.