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When an exciting excursion goes terribly wrong, Jake, a marine geologist, finds himself on a journey of survival in this adventurous Match 3 game. Shipwrecked on a mysterious island, he quickly discovers he is not alone. Join other captives in their quest for freedom as they reveal the evil secrets possessing this puzzling paradise. Help Jake unlock necessary tools, collect resources, rescue spellbound wildlife and break a wicked curse in Vesuvia!

  • Incredible gameplay
  • Exciting moments
  • Escape from a mysterious island!
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/8
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 128 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later


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Vesuvia 4.4 5 14 14
Lovely scrolling M3 game Pros: Timed/untimed option, lots of powerups, good storyline Cons: Not all that hard for hardcore M3ers Vesuvia is a M3 with the twist of having a board larger than the game window, so the board scrolls in whatever direction matches are being made in. While this may be disconcerting to some players at first, once you get the hang of how to move the board around, it's a refreshing change from standard M3s. Besides moving the board with swap style M3s there are hidden tools to find that you will need to get past board obstacles, and you are allowed to exit the game board at your discretion. This can be useful for planning out the strategy for a board, or earning a game trophy or powerup to help you better navigate upcoming boards. If you get lost, there's a well thought out map included in each game board to help you reorient yourself and/or find which items you are missing. The storyline is good for a M3, albeit a bit confusing in spots, but worth watching. The graphics are a bit garishly colored, but at least that makes it easy to spot matches on the edges, and the tiles are distinct enough that there's not too much eyestrain involved. There are both timed and untimed options but not all the trophies can be won if playing in untimed mode. Even in timed mode, some of the trophies seem to be programmed only for those who want to do monotonous work over and over in order to obtain them, which is one of the few detractions in Vesuvia. If you play a lot of M3s this won't be the most challenging game you've ever encountered, but it's well thought out enough to be worth a look. November 20, 2011
Clicky and floaty The "claim to fame" for this match 3 game is a floating board that you can't see in its entirety. You have to keep making matches around the edges of the board to "steer" it so you can explore the entire surface and find the artifacts and exit key for the door. I gave it a good effort, but I just find this an annoying way to play. You can't use the usual matching strategies because you can't see the whole board (if you use strategies). This may be a fresh challenge to some, but it just didn't click with me. Can't complain about the graphics, although the matching aspect was pretty routine. Unfortunately, nothing here to keep me playing past the trial. February 25, 2012
Normal Match Three This game has a good story line, but I lost interest in it very quickly. The visuals are great, but it's just too normal for me. It is an everyday match three with a background. December 31, 2012
why bother i disliked the fact the screen kept moving about for no reason, very hard to concentrate on what the purpose was February 28, 2012
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