Pets in Distress
****WARNING****Extremely Addictive Game Ahead!
I love this game! At first I had my doubts because the name alone sounds like it's designed for the wee ones, and they will probably like it as well, but I put my doubts aside and gave it a test drive around the block (and never went home) The object of this game is to click on groups of the same colored tiles until all tiles are gone. You need to think ahead several steps in order to have stray tiles line up with at least one other tile of the same color as rows fall. You get more points for larger group matches and some tiles are worth 2x as indicated. Before the start of each level the goal for that game is stated such as clearing 75% of the tiles, scoring 14,000 points or rescuing all the pets my making matches below them until the pet is at the bottom. This may sound easy but the further you progress the more challenging it becomes with fewer matching tiles and some of the tiles are on top of wooden or stone blocks and they slide off one side or the other when all matches are made below them. With each block you remove, a cannon will fill up which can then be used to shoot an entire column of blocks out, there are more bonuses as you progress such as an exterminator, which will remove a selected block or a color explosion which will remove all visible blocks of the same color. When I say visible it's because some levels continue after the first set of blocks are nearly removed the screen will scroll up exposing an entire group of tiles that were hidden below. You have the option of adding friends to your profile and you can exchange gifts (I'm assuming gifts of tokens for the F2P) I haven't looked into this feature yet. Well my addiction is calling so I'm off to rescue some pets, enjoy!
May 6, 2014
This game is perfect for me. I love that there are so many levels - I'm up to 145 so far. You do have to wait for the lives to be restored by time, but that allows for time to do something else.
October 27, 2014
like pet recuse
It was ok got tired after 5 minutes but my 6 year old enjoy the game, and it kept him happy and quiet . It's just like pet rescue in face book
May 6, 2014
Too much like Facebook
I find it amazing that this game is here on this site, it is taken almost exactly like the one on FB. However my main concern here is that you have to buy yourself in order to progress. If not you have three goes and you run out of and more turns, at that point you have to ask friends to help, wait or pay. I have been a member of BFG a long time, the TMG have steadily gone down hill. This game to some be quite addictive (small children) which is fine but to have to pay as you go is not on.
May 9, 2014