Tropico Jong: Butterfly Expedition
I was looking for a new mahjong game and had tried and uninstalled quite a few before I found this ? used my game credit to get it as soon as the trial hour was up!
Bright tropical backgrounds with easy-on-the-eyes pastel coloured tiles.
Instead of matching gold tiles find butterflies, which do not need to be matched - as soon as you free one from surrounding tiles, click on it and it will flutter round the screen before settling in a "collecting tray". This tray also shows how many butterflies there are to be found in the level.
Visit a Valley to release your butterflies and watch them fly against a soft focus background of greenery and waterfalls.
Use the magnifying glass curser like a butterfly net to get a reminder of a specimen?s common name and Latin details, (this must be the digital camera effect mentioned in the blurb).
101 levels and 21 species of butterfly. As the developers took the trouble to list their Latin names, a few more facts about their habitats and life would be nice, but that?s a small detail.
November 1, 2012
Beautiful and Relaxing
I love this game because it is beautiful. I like the sound effects. It's a great game to unwind to. I've played it often and still enjoy it.
February 21, 2012
Great For Beginners
I normally only play Match 3, only recently got addicted to Mahjong so I've uninstalled quite a few as they were too difficult. This one ticks all the boxes for me - relaxing, not too complicated and most of all easy to see with less than perfect eyesight. If you take too long to move, you get a prompt, which I prefer to just sitting there stuck. Probably not ideal for the more expert MJ gamers, but good for anyone like me who doesn't want too much of a challenge.
June 9, 2013
A pretty game
Not too taxing as a game, relaxing. The valley of butterflies can be hypnotic, but apart from beating the arcade times and points not a lot to do. I play it last thing at night to unwind.
January 25, 2012