The Golden Path of Plumeboom
A Gentle Marble Popper Type of Game
That's what came to my mind. A very gentle, flowing sort of game. Very easy to play, being able to go through the levels while not fast clicking at all. I went through 4 levels in an hour. There are 12 games to a level. I think there are 12 levels. It's like a previous reviewer said "if you just want to totally relax, having a few or so minutes to just sit and let the mind go with the flow" this will certainly do it. I found myself nodding off because it was so relaxing and flowey (if that's even a word) LOL. I don't know about the music as I had the sound off but it was visually pretty. I will buy this so I hope you will try it at least and Enjoy!
March 31, 2012
This is a simple and fun game for wasting a bit of time. The boards are quick and make it easy to get addicted. I never take this one off my computer.
February 29, 2012
Probably more for the kids!
A simple marble popper game where rather than having the balls moving in lines, they are attracted to a 'central magnet', so become a balloon shape in the centre of the playing area.
The game itself was very easy to play. Almost no challenge whatsoever, but was still fun to play if you had "5 mins to kill" and wanted to do something that didn't involve much thought.
I suspect the game itself was probably designed with the kiddies in mind, rather than adults.
February 7, 2012
OK but not great
I loved 'Plumebloom the First Chapter' and have played it many, many times. So when I tried this one I thought it would get better as the game went on. I was dissapointed - it's the same thing over and over. It is a good game if you have only limited time but if you compare it to the first one it is very lacking. If you really like the First Chapter, save your money because this one is nothing like it. My grandaughter might like it but I'm sure she would get bored with it in short time too.
March 18, 2013
Pleasing to the eye
My reaction to this game keeps changing. During the free play I kept getting interrupted so it took me three sessions to use up my hour. I loved the bright colors and bursting bubbles that spun around the center so I bought it. And it was fun...in 20-30 minute chunks, after which it became tedious. I was determined to finish it so I did. There's no scoring of rounds, no mini-games to break up the monotony, and the screens change so little when you get to a new level that, unless you look at which level and set you're on, you really can't tell you've made any progress. You can't play 'beat your last score' because the only score kept is the final one which requires you to play 99 rounds. I was thoroughly disgusted with my choice. BUT, I find myself going back to this game when I have a short time to play and just want something simple that's pleasing to the eye. I play a level or two and then I might go back a week later and play the next level. It is relaxing yet not totally mindless. It's not a great game, but it's not all bad either. I suggest playing the entire demo in one sitting and see what you think. I hope the developers come up with something more challenging because the plumebloom characters are bright and appealing.
November 22, 2012
Ok but easy
I had hoped it was more to it than it was. If you are looking for a challenge, you will not get it in this game. I kinda regret using a gameclub credit.
Visuals is ok, but the music was annoying. I also had some lagging issues, which is rare.
March 15, 2012