Overall, one of the greatest marble poppers ever made.
My feelings about this game can be summed up in one sentence:
I didn't realize that there was no score until I was on the next to last level.
That said, if you haven't played Sparkle, you should. Beautiful graphics, decent music (though I always play with music off in games, as it distracts me) little secrets hidden throughout the game that are actually a challenge to find, and very nearly infinite replayability, as it has three difficulty levels, and a set of mastery challenges that are actually fun _and_ provide an in-game reward.
Be warned, though -- the expert and master difficulties are _very_ challenging, and it may take you several tries to succeed at expert and many, many tries for master. However, when you do succeed, there's a real feeling of accomplishment.
I love games by Myth People, their games are always unique, imaginative, and a good, worthwhile challenge.
April 20, 2013
Demo Only - Fantastic Game.
I tried this because of Sparkle 2 that just came out. I didn't realized how fantastic this game is. I love Luxor and this is up my alley. But is a lot better then Zuma. The storyline is great and the graphics and the music is fantastic. What I like about this game the higher level becomes more and more a challenge. Along with Sparkle 2, this also is a keeper.
June 20, 2013
The soundtrack isn't the greatest but the graphics are dynamite. The story line is a little thin but the game itself is absolutely fantastic. Yes, it becomes extremely challenging, especially in Survival mode, but this game is positively addictive. Different amulets change the behavior of the game and you can switch from one amulet to another as you accumulate them. If you like a good challenge, this is the game for you!
December 2, 2012
One you can keep replaying
At first, this seems like an extremely simple marble popper. However, I bought it after the trial and I have probably logged more than 40 hours on it easily, and still haven't completed every challenge. Yes, sometimes it cheats, and it's frozen up on my 60th try at beating one of my times in Challenge Mode. But it keeps drawing me back. I am still working my way through at Master Level. This is a deceptively challenging little game, but well worth the money (especially if you can get it on special, like I did).
April 18, 2013
wish the guy wouldnt breathe at me, but other than that its the best thing since ZUMA
May 1, 2013
i was surpised when i started playing the game. it took me a second around to get it right. i like when it change to the different levels. the game is interesting. thumbs up.
December 3, 2011
Not too bad
Demo version review:
I played this for less than 60 minutes from what I have gather is that it's a easier version of Luxor. It gets harder and faster as the level goes up. You get to collect some amulets that will help you on the way in each level. The amulets have counting of how many times you use for each level. There is power ups that will also help you win each level if you try to collect them all. It really helps to destroy the chain when shoot fast enough and gather the power ups.
I give a four star it is interesting with different patterns from where the chain come rolling in. When you reach a bridge of sort it gets a little harder and faster as the stones rolls in. It's type of game without too much frustration and relaxing.
June 16, 2013
It is a very fun game to play! Good for Zuma lovers who want a even bigger challenge!
May 16, 2013
Challlenging, and frustrating when I reached the upper levels.
January 1, 2013
Annoying game because of the unpredictable way the marbles behave when they are near the exit holes. Also, in the later levels -- heading for the vortex -- progress depends on playing a level over & over and waiting for a lucky break. Perseverance is more important that increasing skill & knowledge.
March 18, 2013