Dreams of a Geisha
Love this game
I just started playing this type of game, and I must say I am loving this one! Little more challenging than the other game I have been playing, Love the music in the background! I dont know about the more experienced player, but for me this rates an A! Tried and buyed! lol,
November 26, 2011
Dreams of a Geisha: Totally Serene Game
Such a serene game! Peaceful music and equally peaceful graphic hues and design, which provided me eye (visual) and mind comfort. My business has been a complete stress on me and I have only had enough mind energy for Match 3 games recently. Dreams of a Geisha was an easy challenge, I needed! Definitely a comfort game!
June 28, 2012
A marvelous and charming game. The graphics are beautiful, the game play is smooth and the music is wonderful.
It's a relaxing and enjoyable game.
It offers four different gameplay modes and lots of extra puzzles.
March 24, 2012
"the Twist and Turns to Earn the Extra Points is so much FUN!"
FLAT OUT MY 'OVER WHOLE REVIEW' EXCELLENT! I WOULD LOVE A LONGER VERSION OF IT!
April 7, 2012
Dreams of a great game!
LOVE this match 3 game! Board rotation puts a new "twist" on the matching. Highly recommended!!
July 19, 2012
Relaxing scenes and sounds. Four different game styles in one game, all of which are replayable...and never the same game twice make this Match 3 game all the better! Each level is challenging, yet enjoyable!
January 4, 2013
Try this Match 3 out!
That's exactly what I did, is checking out some Match 3 (which is the favorite game of mine lately) and while trying a few, this was one of them I ended up enjoying so much that I bough half way through the demo hour and have played lots since!, Note, I can't tell you if the music is good or not since I can't hear so check the other reviews on that or try for yourself
Dreams of a Geisha is a match 3 that is relaxing to play, on a timeless play (along with timed play, which I didn't try, so couldn't tell you if its enough time, but usually that differs from player to player based on how long they played this one as well as other match 3 games). They do state that if you run out of time, you can extend it, sort of like using a power up. The symbols (gems) (I assume Geisha related) are unique. The theme is of re-opening the 4 temples of Geisha that bring about restoring her world of beauty and mind. There are about 30 levels in each of the temples, so alot of game to play. There are various power ups you earn from the amount of match 3 you make (and get them faster making match 4 and 5) that will take out one item (hammer) or whole line (lightening) or area of 7, etc. The challenges include clearing out the background color, making a match through vines (?) like chains) and I'm sure more challenges to come, but I've played about 10 levels which was a good couple of days worth and a few hours. Once you clear the board, a key will appear on the board that you go through a maze like to bring it to the crate that will then move it to a shortcut closer to the treasure chest. (Really unique!) You actually can move the board to any direction you want. using arrows at the top. Once you get the key to the treasure chest, you have obtained a piece of the picture where after 10 levels or so, you then put them together which gives you (like a puzzle) a saying that has some beautiful pictures.
So its really a unique, and fun match 3. I'm thrilled I keep trying and buying these different ones, and finding these match 3 gems!
January 22, 2014
Lots of variety
Dreams of a Geisha has four different challenging modes, and I like that each level has a second level involving movng a key to the treasure chest to complete the level. Towards the end there are three keys for each chest, but the teleports create another level of challenge. This is a great game!
October 2, 2012
Beautiful dream-like game
I love this game. I haven't finished even half the levels in weeks. It can get rather hard, but the artwork is so gorgeous that it is a pleasure to stay in it.
August 30, 2012
I don't often choose the marble popper genre, but this game attracted me. Gorgeous graphics, peaceful listenable music, and classic Japanese-style themes - the scenes and tiles are beautifully rendered, and with four different match modes and 30 puzzles in each, there is enough variety to keep it interesting. I've played 16 levels and find it moderately challenging, but mostly very restful and contemplative... unusual for a PC game! A wonderful alternative to all the frantic and rather sick death-themed "puzzle" games. I recommend this highly!
May 12, 2013