Disharmony Blocks II
Not A Typical Harmonic Match 3
I never got around to playing the original Disharmony, so I wasn't expecting anything different than the usual Match 3's. Turns out surprisingly that this game has quite the flair and I think it's going to be one of those games that you either love it or hate it. It is confusing when you first start to play mainly because of all the reading required to figure this game out, but one you get the hang of it, it mellows things out a bit. You have three different types of Disharmony, Joy (in my opinion should be harmony) Sorrow and Anger. When you match these blockhead tiles you collect their emotional energy which is used to power up your emotional Outburst spell, which will glow green at the bottom of the screen when ready to use. The goals of each level are shown at the start which are collecting a certain number of each gem or Disharmony block, and this has to be done within the allotted time given. You need to complete the level, have time to spare, and make matches over all gold tiles to earn 3 stars, you can re-play the level if desired. Each time you level up you are awarded with an upgrade and you can also purchase levels of upgrades from the shop with the stars you earn. There is one upgrade you can choose that's unusual, you can make matches diagonally as well as vertically and horizontally.There are mini game levels as well such as flipping cards to make a matching set before the time runs out. There are still the usual blocked tiles in ice etc. but for the most part this one's different which can turn off those of you who fear change, otherwise it's a fast paced change of pace, enjoy!
April 24, 2014
Better then most match 3
I love this game. I thought it would be a baby game but it is so much fun and is challenging.
April 24, 2014
Lots Of Fun!!
This is a real standout match-3 game. The tiles are attractive and humorously animated, especially the face tiles, and there are tons of unique power ups and "spells" you can use to blow up tiles on the board in spectacular ways. There is a timer, but it has a lot of time on it and should pose no problem to anyone , and the sound effects are great, from a sharp clattering when ice tiles are destroyed to metallic effects for destroying gold tiles, and fireworks display when you achieve the next "level up" which earns you tokens to purchase more spells. For a rather small game, only 48 megabytes, it packs a powerful punch of entertainment. I strongly recommend it, it's just a lot of fun to play.
April 24, 2014
Beautiful Music !!!
Great game and the most beautiful and relaxing music I ever heard.
May 12, 2014
Beautiful graphics wasted on a poor game
Beautiful graphics and an original, if somewhat stupid, idea drive this game. Powerups can be won with ease on some levels and cannot be won at all on others. The Powerups range from useless to useful but the game board sizes are small enough to make the play very difficult. I was initially interested, but by level 21 I was becoming disenchanted with the actual play. At that level the powerups were useless because the harmony blocks were impossibly few in number. I lost the level due to use of too much time and I deleted the game. For the good in the game: graphics and interesting play and for the bad: too small boards, relatively useless powerups, infrequent appearance of target blocks requiring removal. Overall, this game just barely got me to buy it and now I am sorry. Timed games really cannot be given a recommendation to buy. Avoid wasting money on this one.
April 26, 2014