Flowers Story

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Help a young flower-loving girl save an ailing fairy and restore the balance of nature by matching flowers in this cute and adorable match-3 puzzle adventure. With over 80 fun-filled levels, Flowers is sure to delight and entertain puzzle fans of all ages. Follow a deep and involving story and discover the amazing world of Flowers.

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU: 600 Mhz
  • RAM: 128 MB
  • DirectX: 6.0
  • Hard Drive: 19 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Flowers Story 4.3 5 6 6
Flowers flowers and flowers!!! Very beautifull!! Liked everything the flowers the butterflies... EVERYTHING!!! the graphics November 30, 2011
Different, exciting M3 Good, cute storyline and characters. I like the music and sound effects. Game boards are all different shapes. You have to fill orders, as well as collect a certain number of flowers to win, just an example. Challenging, but doable. A bit of adventure thrown in the mix. Overall, a must have for M3 fans. July 2, 2013
It's a winner I didn't think I would like this game at first because I figured all match 3 games were all the same, and once you played one you've played them all (and I own a few#. Not so with this one. It is very unique. It's a strategy adventure match 3. You get the same simple stress free matching pleasure but you can actually move your item to the match. In other words, you are not dependent only on the random falling of items and close proximity to a match. You have a three prong swivel to move the flowers where you want them to line up. Graphics are beautiful with nice big game board. It takes a little bit of thought and strategy if you don't want it to make a match before you get it to your destination.#incase you are arranging an order to fill or getting it to an immobile flower caught in vines# And also the cascade of matches going on in gameplay may move the mark you are trying to get to so it does have a bit of challenge to it also. This is also an adventure story moving throughout the town layout which looks like a lot of levels #worth your money# and you go back and forth between the buildings depending on your objective moving up the storyline#levels#. Reminds me of Puzzle Quest but without the complications of RPG. It's super simple. The tasks involve collecting a given number of matches of each particular flower or getting cobwebs off them or arranging them to fit orders all by matching. It does not go off into another genre but the match 3 gameplay offers so much more I can't even begin to explain them all, and I've only been playing for a few hours, so uh, definitely not boring. The adventure story is not timed thank goodness #I've only gotten across the bridge into town# but it does have another mode you must unlock only after you've completed the game, probably timed??. This is a great game for relaxing with just the right bit of thought #like if you're in the mood for something different than a solitaire game). You won't just be clicking for the same old matches each level. Like Mikey says, "try it, you'll like it". It's a must have for a gamer of any genre. November 11, 2013
Fun Match 3 game Well done! I rarely buy Match 3 games -- I'm not particularly dexterous and usually stick to strategy and adventure games -- but I enjoyed playing the trial so much I immediately purchased the game. The instructions were adequate, and the games challenging -- especially when deciding whether to right-click or left-click to quickly achieve desired results. I appreciate games such as this that I can play for as little or as much time as I chose without losing the thread of the game. October 27, 2014
A Great Different Match 3! This M3 is predicated on three flowers comprising a rotational group. The board is hexagonal, rather than square, and you need to rotate the flowers to make matches of 3 of more. I like this different concept of match 3 variety - second game I've encountered like this. The story weaves in to every level and you have added goals to reach, blocked cells that won't rotate, web-covered cells that will rotate, weed covered cells that won't rotate and a goal of making a specific number of matches of each color of flower. Also, if you rotate the same flower too many times you are given a warning that the flower will die if you continue; if 9 flowers die in the same level you lose! The colors are bright and vivid and the graphics fantastic! The music is so soothing you can actually leave it on! Enjoy! Oh yah, this is one of those games where the foreign engineer didn't check the English with an English-speaking person, so the sentence structure leaves a lot to be desired! Big Fish, can you talk to someone about this? We've seen this in sooooooo many games and so many reviewers have commented on it! October 25, 2012
Not a match 3 but various mini games I really didn't know how to title my review as there are so many things wrong with this game. First, the story line is extremely verbose in conversations between an apparent fairy and a flower-loving child who wishes to get her wings and become a fairy. The conversations between the two go on forever. It is a match 3 but not in the typical way. You must rotate groups of 3 different types of flowers in order to make a match of 3 or more. No discernible bonuses for making more than 3 matches. You have ONE initial "match 3" to clear "x" number of certain flowers off the board. Any similarity to a match 3 game ends there. This is a game of mini game after mini game after mini game - using the rotating flowers system to complete. However, not a single mini game that I played during the demo gave any real or good instructions. I had to figure things out myself by "dying" or "losing flower lives" several times before I "got" that level. It's not a way I choose to play my games. Not this type of game anyway. For the reasons stated about not only is this not a purchase for me but I will not recommend it to anyone else. The type of game it is is misleading, instructions are absent or poor and it makes what could have been a beautiful game very frustrating. August 20, 2014
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