A Fairy Tale
Fun Family Game
I really enjoy playing this game and it 's a game for everyone to enjoy. Children just love it and so do I. Every once in awhile I ran out of time on the same board about three times,but I still had fun trying to get over the hump.
April 22, 2012
Restful and fun
This game does not take much thinking. Just sit there, drop the blocks and enjoy the spectacle. It is one of those games, like "Flower Paradise" that can put you in a good mood. Very little pressure, unless you REALLY want to collect gold stars..
The storyline is quite silly, and why not?
Great for kids and stressed out adults.
May 30, 2014
beautiful pictures / graphics. This game you click on 2 items that are the same - can even click 1 square for 3 squares. This squares dropped to the bottom. Other items are added later. But this is Not a typical Mahjong game where you can look and find and not be overal rushed to click like you have to in this game. (even though some Mahjong games are timed - at least you think more.
May be nice for some of you - so give the Trial a chance.
June 16, 2012
Good for kids
This is not the kind of mahjongg games I prefer. But kids will have fun with this game.
April 22, 2013
Suitable for ages 3-7
The object of this game is unclear. There's no clue what constitutes a 'round'; the game just suddenly stops and you get a gold star or silver. There's no indication what happens when you clear a line...do you get points for all the things that fell off under it or do you lose them? There's no timer that I can see. The match 3 mini-game says 'remember where the fairies are'. It should say click on the fairies #I thought I was supposed to avoid them#. This game is tedious and pointless though a small child capable of clicking on matches would probably enjoy it.
October 21, 2012
This game made no sense whatsoever and I am baffled why it was listed under "mahjong' because it's not.
There is a screen board of various shapes, flowers, what have you (again, no rhyme or reason). Click on a group of one such anything, click on another group of the same whatever and, poof, they disappear. Why? What's the purpose? NOTHING is explained.
The "story" is idiotic - at best. An elf who is supposed to be a fairy (but looks like an elf) has a dream about a game (really?) and all 3 (whoa -3 whole faery/elves) get called to see the "boss" who tells them something evil is coming to do something bad and horrible and it's up to the 3 fairy/elves to stop it. How? With a walking stick and an empty bottle. How? Boss says "no idea".
Idiotic at best. Won't buy it, won't finish the demo, won't recommend it.
August 16, 2014