shoot with skill, speed and focus.
This game is not easy to play. It requires total attention and skill. But very addictive and does build those skills. The marbles are moving fast so even though the marble you shoot goes where you send it you may be surprised. Also different bonus marbles come into play and add more excitement. Attractive visuals.
April 9, 2012
WHAT type of 'tea' was this developer drinking!? : }
: P I purchased this game after having played a similar bubble popper game that was part of very recent HOG and then did a search for a similar one.
Magic Tea comes closest to the graphics and effects of the bubble popper that was a part of the HOG so in that respect, it is actually up to date. What is NOT up to date is the background and music, lol.
So, the background and music and voiceover cues are very dated... I'm talking maybe 70's-ish; yet, as mentioned, the actual movement and 'bubbles' themselves are relatively identical to today's choices here on BFG [though not 3D by any means].
So, I am thoroughly enjoying Magic Tea, finding it to be quite addictive and fun... requiring skill and patience as the game progresses through various level.... it gets quite difficult later on and levels have to be mastered before you can continue further. It's a great game to play in between more sophisticated, serious gameplay.
Give it a try and have fun!!
March 14, 2014
Dull and uninteresting
A marble popper game where they have tried to make it appear 3D - but failed. It just comes acoss as being out of alignment.
The game itself is bland and boring - drab colours and dull backgrounds.
The cursor is overly sensitive, and 'throws' rarely end up where aimed.
Not worth wasting time on.
February 7, 2012
Sorry - only played for 10 mins
Found the shooting on this inaccurate, compared to others I am sorry but did not find it fun. Maybe just me.
February 11, 2013