Triple Town is a game I've gotten a lot of value and fun out of, so the short answer is: yes, I would recommend this game.
There is something oddly addictive and yet very relaxing about playing this game. It is simple match three turn-based game, but the last item you place becomes the next tier up. So three bushes = 1 tree, 3 trees = 1 house, so on and so forth. It becomes a game about managing the precious space you have, and there is something very satisfactory and rewarding about putting in that one last piece and watching your board transform into a new thing you haven't seen before.
Except the elusive Triple Castle. Curse you! I always lose before I get to that stage.
So, there are several maps to the game. There’s the main town, were the buildings you place give you resources for the other maps - little extra things you can place down to match three when you're in a tight spot. Then there are a few maps with different flavours - one where there are lots of aggressive bears who walk around and get in the way of your plans, smaller maps with no bears where you can test your building skills. It's nice to be able to switch between them when you get stuck, and also nice to pop into your town and see what's up there.
You also gain currency when you 'complete' a map which can go towards buying things to help you in future runs, so that's pretty cool.
All in all a deceptively cute casual game that can be a little hard at times. If you're looking to play something relaxing when you have a little down time, this is perhaps my favourite puzzle game to recommend. It's very much like Combine or 2048 but more in-depth, lovable, and appealing to the eye.