Japanese developer GClue, the company behind the lovely Japanese harp simulator iKoto, has released their new puzzle game iAqua in the app store. Most users will be familiar with similar line-drop-match puzzle games but iAqua's well designed graphics and the fact that this is a free app make it very worthwhile.
Through rotating the aqua bubbles the player can pop the bubbles by aligning the same colors. Once bubbles are popped, new ones will drop down from the top of the screen. To the more experienced puzzle gamers out there this might take a little too long but bubbles in other lines can still be rotated while new aquas are dropping.
Personally, I did not like the music that plays while iAqua is open but that did not keep me from wanting to play more. With a simple and well designed look and an addictive game, iAqua is a lot of fun.