Travel Riddles: Trip to India

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India welcomes you with its riddles, ancient wisdom, exquisite aromas and lost treasures in this match 3 adventure.

Collect more than 70 artifacts on your travels and use incredible power-ups to set the highest score. You will visit Taj Mahal, enjoy the perfect beaches of Goa and explore ancient cities.

Complete challenging puzzles while travelling along the mighty Ganga River and find the forgotten temples of the past in the jungle forests.

As you continue your journey prepare for excitement as each new level brings new challenges!

India welcomes you!

  • Explore beautiful locations
  • Find the 72 hidden artifacts
  • Enjoy the fantastic soundtrack!
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 77 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Travel Riddles: Trip to India 3.3 5 18 18
VERY GENEROUS WITH COINS & POWER-UPS Most often power-ups are not only expensive but also are few and far between in Match3 games with the ability of earning coins very time-consuming. While the 2nd & 3rd power-ups are indeed expensive -- I only purchased the +5 ones -- the coins add up quickly allowing you to purchase ALOT of these power-ups. I had purchased the TIMER power-up but RARELY used it when I quickly realized that extra time and my bombs were NOT going to accomplish my goal. I would not purchase as many of the TIMER power-up in the future -- if I were to replay this game. This was on the 1st of many future levels that had the firecrackers which you have to do your best to aim accurately to turn tiles that are not connected to the main frame of the board green AND these firecrackers are LIMITED per level. WARNING On this aforementioned level, however, I DID run out of the firecrackers B4 realizing that I had an artifact piece to gather in the upper left-hand corner and separate from the main board. I don't know if it was set-up this way BUT when I moved said piece upward, it did come out of the square thereby completing the level for me. The crystal power-up is really nice because when placed on a chained tile, it releases ALL of the same colored tiles and the chains. Use it sparingly, if you can, as it's the most expensive power-up. September 2, 2014
M3 Winner! This M3 is a whole lotta fun. There isn't any story to tell of but then again I don't play these for a story anyway. Love the cute power ups especially the sound of the rockets. It's very cute and fun all around. Did anyone notice the sound track sounds like a 80's band? Their name rhythms with something like "TalkingHeads"? Well that made it even more fun . A buy for M3 collectors. September 3, 2014
thumbs up. i give it a thumbs up..enjoyed it very much. September 4, 2014
Take A Trip To India One Match At A Time This is a nice Match 3 game, but, it lacks a wow factor. In my opinion, the tiles and objects within the cells could be a little more exciting visually. The object of this game is to match at least 3 alike tiles under pieces of artifacts which will allow those artifacts to drop off of the board and eventually create a single artifact such as a gold ring. If you finish the level fast enough, you will earn 3 stars and precious gold to use in the shop to purchase upgrades that will help you finish levels that are more difficult. There are the usual blocked tiles that can be destroyed by making matches near the blocked cell or by using bonuses. There are bombs that remove nearby tiles, directional rockets that destroy tiles in the direction that the rockets are pointing to, magic crystals to remove all of a certain type of cell, and an hourglass to restore some of your remaining time. There are several locations in India to visit such as the Taj Mahal, and the music isn't bad but does become a bit repetitive. This doesn't seem to be a difficult game to play, the levels progress at a nice pace, and the tutorial is informative without being overbearing, enjoy! September 1, 2014
Nice M3 You are off to India to find various artifacts in this M3 which is similar to Call of Atlantis. There is only a timed version but you get a lot of it as you try to get pieces of the artifacts to the bottom of the board. It has pleasant music and sound affects which you can adjust in volume. I played for the entire hour and must say that the level of challenge is good especially for seasoned M3 players. the graphics are also good. September 1, 2014
Game for relaxing I like Match 3 games, and decided to give this a try. As already said by previous reviewers, this is a simple, relaxing game that doesn't take too much thinking about. The screens are pleasant - can't comment on the soundtrack because I never listen to the music as it's usually so awful (like when you're in a lift, for the most part!) There's no discernible storyline, so no goals to aim for which might mean some players will find this boring from the start. I stopped after 20 minutes into the trial, but will probably go back to it later this evening when my brain power is at its lowest! Probably this is not the game for you if you like a challenge - might be though if you like to relax at the end of a hard day with something that's pretty to look at and doesn't take too much brain power!!! September 6, 2014
Good Fun M3! I'm a big fan of Match 3 games and love a good, uncomplicated one every now and then, one that I like to come back to every once in a while for some relaxing fun. This is one of those. I recommend playing the trial before buying, may not be to your taste. September 1, 2014
Fun Game to play. This game was fun, the levels were fairly easy to achieve and the music was nice. December 11, 2014
Average Match 3 Game - based on demo I was a bit disappointed in this game. The description sounded intriguing - visiting different sites in India and completing different artifacts. The graphics are very good, and the music is appropriate and rather good. The levels, as far as I played them, were pretty easy. The problem I have with the game is that there is no story whatsoever. No avatar, no introduction, no background information on the different sites, no characteristics of the artifacts or even any idea of why you are gathering those particular items. If you like a straight match 3 game with good sound and graphics but no story whatsoever this may be the game for you. I need a bit more. September 1, 2014
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