Rebuild the History
My favourite match 3 game.
I would say that the game is very good and a lot of strategy to be able to properly play with it and that is why I like it. I love that this is not as varied as those who find such dull: a gunmen fighting games. As far as the graphics are better than most I love the most and find it to be the best game ever played in the match which are 3.
May 17, 2012
Best match 3
This is game very god. This is in my best top 3 games because not boring and very new.
May 16, 2012
good old fashioned match3
I like this game because of it's simplicity. It is a match3 game. No puzzles, no HOG, only pure match3. They introduced some new things too: when the time is over you don't have to restart the level and won't lose any points. You can finish the level. The only difference is that you won't receive any more points after the time runs out.
Other thing is that if you finish the six levels given to gather the resources for the current building and don't have enough resources you have to play some more levels until you have the needed things.
Also these green test tubes are fun and withe those you can recharge your weapons.
Oh yes, and the quick challenge is a really good one but it only appeared at the end of the trial.. It pops up while you are playing and gives you some tasks and if you complete them you will receive some extra points.
I think it is a well made game and although not perfect, I think you should give it a try if you like match3 games.
June 14, 2012
Great game anyway
I don't understand why people complain. A game should be fun, and it's definately a great one to fill your time. These nature force powers are interesting.
Gave 5 stars, because this game is FUN.
May 10, 2012
You might like this game if you keep playing it
Let's get one thing out of the way up front: this game is not really timed. The timer only limits your ability to get resources and money, you do not ever "lose" a level, and you can replay any you didn't do well at. Also, the time given is extremely generous. The only reason for the timer is to avoid the possibility of people intentionally not finishing a level and just gathering lots of resources, which is not the point of the game.
I've played the game for about 4 hours, and it is really quite a fun game #OK, traditional match-3, but I like that#. The levels get new bells and whistles, eventually locks and probably worse. It seems to be an extremely long game.
As far as the building of monuments is concerned, I actually like the fact you don't have to waste a lot of time watching someone build them #like in Cradle of Rome#. Instead, you go to your album and see a picture and get a written history of the thing you worked to build.
The two things I will criticize are the fact that you have to wait for all tiles to fall before you can make any move #even on the far side of the board#, and the music, which is frankly crazy-making in its insistent repetitive nature.
Bottom line: If you like a pretty classic match-3 that has few truly bad features, this might be your game.
May 9, 2012
I don't know but I enjoy this game.
I don't know but I enjoy this game. You have to play a little more and it will reveal it's interresting features. I really like the Quick Challenges and although not every Power Up is the best in usability it has several really good ones. Using disasters to aid yourself is a good idea if you ask me :)
I suggest to play it more not only 10-20 minutes and you may like it.
May 10, 2012
I have enjoyed playing with this game. I liked the visual background and sounds were nice also.
I see a lof of further possibilies in this game.
May 10, 2012
shame i couldnt finish it
was doing great till i got to the level where you have to put pieces in music box in library but where spring should be on desk nothing there to pick up so i couldnt continue game NOT HAPPY about that
May 18, 2012
OK for Beginners . . . Maybe
It's a match-3 game, without much of a challenge. You match 3 or more items, collect resources, and pick-up power-ups along the way. There really is no storyline. You gather resources, but you really don't have anything to do with them once you get them. The power-ups are your usual assortment, nothing new. The game is timed (doesn't not have a relaxed mode). However, you don't need one because the timing is generous. Recommendation-- For beginners only.
May 9, 2012
Can't hold a candle to other M3 games
Well, I've definitely played better.
The story is okay. It isn't terribly pretty graphics-wise and the music was awful.
It did explain what to gather, where everything on the screen was, how the power-ups worked and what level you were on, the time you had to complete it and that you had to turn the background squares to blue to finish the level.
You can drag the items or click, as you choose, but you do have to wait for the activity to stop before you can click on the next group. You have to be precise about your clicks and drags because the custom arrow is touchy. There have been many games with better movement and lovelier graphics that I would recommend before this one.
The one big disappointment is that the stuff you gather is automatically deducted from your bank for the building of the landmark you are working on but you never see the building. All you get is a page with a drawing of the landmark and some information about it. Very anticlimactic.
May 9, 2012