Not My Kind of Match 3...
This is a very different concept in M3 games. You have to drop colored orbs from fours rows of flying, waving dragons, to make a match of 3 or more of the same color on the dragon below. There are power-ups that are earned early. I got sea sick trying to focus on the waving dragons! The graphics and colors are bright and vivid, and the music eclectic, but this is not my kind of M3.
June 16, 2012
Take one spunky girl, an old wiseman, and some celestial dragons in trouble, and you get Dragon Portals. When Mila finds that she has been summoned to help the celestial dragons on their journey from earth back to the heavens, she gets the courage to lift them up, and gets us locked into this addictive match 3 game.
The dragons carry on them different orbs that need to be matched up, and the more matches we make, the higher they can fly. Mila's main objective is not to let them hit the ground. At first, this is not so difficult to do. One makes matches by clicking the orb on one dragon that might obstruct a 3-way match, or by choosing an orb above a dragon that might match with the orbs on the dragon flying below it. Mila can earn tools and trophies along the way that can help her, also.
Considering that this game was created by Myth People, a company that has coming into modern legend for creating amazing match 3 games, there is no mystery that once you get started on Dragon Portals you won't want to stop. With the wonderful Chinese culture back story and art, you'll want to help keep those dragons aloft for hours. The bonus you get from taking pictures of the dragons for some dragon science society is just gravy. When you do download Dragon Portals, you might want to do so on a weekend, because you won't want to stop once you get started.
October 7, 2012
Fun match 3 game
great game nice fast pace and heaps of fun
January 14, 2012