Elias the Mighty
Love the game. Played the trial, the time went so quickly I was surprised when the hour was up. Quickly bought the game and have been playing since. Very enjoyable.
August 24, 2012
This game reminds me of a wooden preschool puzzle, where you fit a shape into its cut-out. The rows scroll left or right as you try to match the pieces to the cut-outs, with bonus points for placing several of the same color next to each other. Seemed simple in the first level. Later, the available pieces to pick up may not match the cut-outs going by, so you waste time waiting, which can cause you to lose the level. Since the levels are timed, it was also annoying to lose seconds when a prize you won swirled onto the playing field so that you couldn't see what you were doing. The levels were extremely repetitious, with non-stop clicking. Very difficult if you have carpal tunnel, hand arthritis, or slower reflexes. I doubt it would be good for young kids since you have to be able to think and react quickly. Surprisingly disappointing from Alawar.
August 27, 2012
Never really go this
I tried the trial because I usually like this type of game but didn't play very long. I knew I was filling in but didn't quite know how to finish. Lost interest and uninstalled.
April 22, 2012
Not a True Match Three Game
This game is placing scrolling shapes onto scrolling rows...dull, dull, dull! You have a set score to reach to win the round, but you aren't advised how you earn the points. If you lose the round, you lose a life. During game play extremely large icons of some kind of upgrade you've earned phase into your screen, linger, and then phase out, all the while blocking your view of the game board and interrupting game play. Not acceptable! You can earn gems by place the shapes on the slots displaying gems, and later shop with them for items to bolster your strength. This has to be one of the most boring and ridiculous games I've ever seen, and I can't see how it is classified as a match 3.
October 23, 2012