A Clicking Good Time
An enjoyable fun marble game that keeps you clicking for hours at a time. Not only do you match up colored marbles you also shoot at trees, rocks, etc. to earn jewels, coins, power-up's, treasure chests, and the like. Collect all the coins you can to buy extra tools that help you along the way. You can even play levels from your map, you've already played as many times as you'd like, to earn extra coins and points.
As you level up, the challenge rises as they move faster and add more colors, so you have to click fast to save your city and not loose a life. Eventually, you can buy protection for your city to help you get thru these levels. There are also secret levels you need to find, so make sure you destroy everything you can with your marbles in each level.
Nice graphics, sound effects, and action. Also has three levels of difficulty so the whole family can play.
September 1, 2012
nice game will buy it next week
would refer to others sitimulates your mind and ability
toward wanting to finish
May 11, 2012
I love this game. It is a lot of fun and challeging.
May 9, 2012
This One Just Might Be A Keeper!
You are the owner of the proud city of Svetlograd. But, it takes work to keep the City safe from the ugly monsters always threatening. So, shoot them!
This is a typical ball shooting game in that you have (to start with) 2 balls in your wings which you can shoot into the conveyor belt of various colored monster balls heading toward the city. You can switch colors with the click of the right mouse button.
But, there are so many things that make this game great. For instance, you also have to destroy the stones (think Stonehenge) and all the trees surrounding, in front of and behind the colored monsters that are heading toward the city. You get bonuses and all sorts of goodies for each one you destroy. In some levels, you HAVE to destroy them to find something (like a key or a chest or something else with which you cannot finish the level).
In addition, with the coins you earn you can purchase and upgrade bonuses to use. My favorites were adding balls to my shooter (I had 4 before the demo ended). This means you have more of an opportunity to switch colors as well as more to shoot at the trees, etc. I also liked the bomb and the "cover the city" with extra protection. But, that's what worked for me.
You also get awards and find relics and these are all kept in the Treasury where you can look at them at your own leisure.
I get the feeling this is a pretty long game because I got pretty far in the demo and only had a few relics/awards in the Treasury and there was a whole lot more to fill up.
I loved this game! My only hold-up purchasing it would be because some of the monsters reminded me of something disgusting - a personal issue. But, while I'm sitting on the fence I recommend everyone try this amazing game. Oh, yeah, there are 3 modes of difficulty - easy to hard.
September 8, 2014
What a pleasant surprise....I LOVE this game, FUN, FUN, FUN!
I usually go for the HO games, but I got a bit tired of them and decided to try this ball popper game. BOY was I surprised. I love Luxor, but I think this just may be my new popper game. This is really fun to play. I'd give it a try if I were you.
July 3, 2013
Subtract a STAR
I've played this game all the way through twice. It's a great game. The first time through, I didn't pay much attention to the russian style hidden doll that you can collect, as you progress through the game. On the second play, I shot ALL of the destructable items and collected ALL of the dolls. If you can collect 100 dolls, you can get an extra level of play. HOWEVER, apparently with the BFG version of this game, you cannot collect more than 99 dolls, so you never quite finish.
Because of this slight disappointment, I subtracted one star from an otherwise stellar game.
June 28, 2013