Hello Venice

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Help Adda and Ciro solve a mystery and restore a garden to its former beauty in Hello Venice, an amazing Match 3 game! After the venerable Sacrobosco Grimani dies, his entire garden wilts away and loses its luster. Now, it's up to his grandchildren to bring the garden back to life and preserve Sacrobosco's memory. Make it through challenging Match 3 levels and quick Time Management scenes to save the day in Hello Venice!

  • Preserve Sacrobosco's memory
  • Help Adda and Ciro
  • Restore a beautiful garden!
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 800 Mhz
  • RAM: 256 MB
  • DirectX: 8.0
  • Hard Drive: 37 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Hello Venice 4.4 5 46 46
Fun with 2 types of games Loved the connect 3 game. Enjoyed the minnie time management games. Storie line interresting. Graphics good . Music pleasing although after a while I turned of and listened to my favorit music while I played. January 18, 2012
An excellent M3 game! Very similar to Four Elements. Gets harder as you progress through the levels. Relaxed or timed options; a 'must have' if I'm going to buy a M3 game. You build your garden centre as you go along. A bonus game of TM too increases your coins. Coins are used to make purchases in the shop. Good entertainment. Gets a little repetitive as do most M3 games. January 18, 2012
Enjoyable As with other reviewers, I am enjoying this game. There are two drawbacks. 1) You can only go where the game takes you. You cannot move around the "Fountain." If you miss something there is no going back to get it later. 2) When you have difficulty in spotting a match three, the game will point one out to you. On several occassions the game has pointed to one where there is only one piece on screen, the other two (or more) cannot be seen. January 21, 2012
Earned Money to Restore the Garden If you liked 4 Elements this game is similar. You move water to a fountain through obstacles and earn money along the way. My only objection is that you have to spend the money or it is lost. It doesn't accumulate, or at least it didn't for me. December 31, 2013
Same old, but still good Very similar to Elements, but still enjoyable. January 19, 2012
A good 3M Mix This is one of the best 3M games they have come up with. It's like Gardenscape but without HO, instead it's 3M very good concept. I have played many 3M's and have grown kinda board with them until now, this is really fun to play and you have to be strategic to get the water to the fountian, it really is fun. Then you get to fix up the garden. Very enjoyable. Hey they should next come out with combinding 3M, Fix up (or TM) and HO together, that should be an interesting game. Give anyone an idea? I don't listen with sound on it's annoying when your trying to play. But the visual is really good. Enjoy! June 30, 2012
If you loved 4 Elements... Then you will like Hello Venice. This is a pathfinding match 3 so instead of clicking to rotate slots to make 3 in a row, you drag your mouse over an existing chain of 3 to create a path for the 'energy' to flow through. I don't like standard Match 3 but I love these pathfinding ones. I find them quite relaxing, but they can be challenging too. They are the very definition of a 'casual game'. August 19, 2012
Different match 3. This one got kind of long towards the end. I liked the flower planting part. I even tried to go find the game i once saw like that but couldn't find it. April 22, 2012
Cute game Enjoyed the game, especially buying things for the garden area. February 11, 2012
SORELY DISAPPOINTED I have to say that I'm sorely disappointed with this game as it does NOT come close to the fun as did the 2 Match3 games of Elements and Elements2: *there were no swap power-ups *you could NOT toggle between timed and untimed (don't know if you can with the 2 above-mentioned games as I never had to switch to the untimed mode as I did with this game) *the depths of the tiles went on and on and on and it didn't seem to matter how long a chain you made (even had a couple of 16 length ones), you STILL had to clear more tiles to open up the water channel and RARELY did it COMPLETELY blow away the tiles that actually needed to be cleared without having to use the "shovel" power-up so often This game just became boring very quickly for me after having to switch to the untimed mode of play and endless tile digging. September 9, 2012
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