Nice game, good distraction!
Not exactly a Match3 game. You have to match stamps, in different ways:
- Score mode: take the shape and place in the right place, ie the corresponding stamp.
- Line up: you can not leave the stamps (rows) reach the top of the screen.
- Classic: you have to clear all the stamps.
- Color match: you will placing the stamp, but if have more than one of the same color beside, all disappear.
It has bonus to earn more points, like: stamps with coins, stamps with an icon that stops the clock for a while, a pen that can be used like any stamp.
Has 10 themed stages (toys, monuments, etc.) with lots of steps and at the end of each stage has a puzzle.
Good graphics, nice sound, very colorful.
Not a challenging game, but is relaxing and pleasant.
October 28, 2012
Another rare gem
I'm surprised nobody has reviewed this game yet. It somewhat clumsily fits in the inlay genre, but the game is solid and original. It's another simple, yet fantastic work of art if that makes any sense. There is the main game which is the most fun, and provides all the stamp collecting entertainment. Then there are the free play mini games. With hundreds of levels to play, this one will last you a while unless you're playing all day long! Definitely worth a try, I even redeemed a game credit for it.
October 3, 2012
Shape matching game takes good reflexes!
If you want to move quickly and test hand-eye coordination, this is a GREAT game. You match objects to shape outlines, and many of them are complex. They begin to move faster and faster, and become difficult. The idea of collecting the shapes as stamps and storing them in books is actually fun, and I like the art. Warning: the "sweets and candy" level may make you want to eat cookies. I play this game a lot and I actually think my reflexes have improved.
February 27, 2013