I like the spider web format of the playing board. It is a challenge to look all over the web for possible moves. I like the bright colors of the beads. The graphics are simplistic, and even after you have restored the area, it still felt stony and unwelcoming to me. There is an option to play untimed, which I like. However, on higher levels, if you hesitate too long, in making combinations, it will Time you Out anyway. Despite the above negatives, I go back to this time and again for the mental strategy, and hand and eye coordinating.
September 1, 2014
I loveve the Web-games because you have to think a little bit more.
November 16, 2011
Nice little game with a twist!
This being the first of the three Rainbow Web games, still shows a nice little game. It has both a Classic (timed) and a Relaxed (untimed) mode, and having played both, I can say that even if you choose the Relazed way of playing, you may be told that you've run out of time, on level 46, 47 and 48 and this happen even if there is no timer (in the shape of a chameleon) and you loose a life!! This came as a surprise really, as you're not expecting to run out of time in a untimed game, and then not having a clue in the form of a timer. The Chameleon.
February 16, 2012
I was happy to see this game included a relaxed mode, as I hate being timed. The graphics were nice: not cluttered like so many of the "matching" games. However, after playing for half an hour I had to quit. I found the constant hint system to be completely annoying. Unless you make a move within a few seconds, it starts showing you a possible move. I do not like games that play themselves and I could not find an option that let you turn it off. If I missed it, I do apologize.
April 8, 2012