Still Puzzled Over This Game's Process...
I played the 1 hour trial and during that time I played at least 2 dozen traditional swap match boards of brightly graphiced fruits. The difficulty increased with each board, but never during the hour was I offered another option, i.e., to build a world and create cute little creatures. Don't know what you need to do to achieve that level, but at the end of each board you are offered, "Play again? Yes or No". Maybe you'll have better luck with this. The matching was fun!
October 22, 2012
Basic Match 3 with obnoxious music
I didn't care for this game. The music was so obnoxious! I'm not one to play a game in silence, though, so this is one major reason why I won't buy this game! Another is that I disliked gameplay mechanics. I would've enjoyed this type of graphics maybe 5 or 10 years ago, but now they just look dated. And even though I'm usually all about purchasing and finishing things within a game, I didn't see much motivation into putting 20 similar-looking trees on the planet. I didn't even get to see the cute little creature from the game icon! Also, there didn't seem to be a storyline at all. Sorry, but there are dozens of other match 3 games out there that offer much more!
November 25, 2012
Fun little game!
Quite adorable, actually. It seems you do need the full version to get the edit world options, but when you do, it's quite fun. Plenty of trees to choose from, and the creatures are adorable. Their upgrade options could have been a bit more extensive, though, and the sound in the match-3 levels can get a little annoying after a while, but that can be helped very easily by turning the sounds to 0, of course. The trees and the creatures don't do very much, the little lfoofballs just hop around a bit, but it's still cute to see, and the match-3 levels are fun to play; some hold some unexpected surprises, and unlike some other match-3 games, you keep getting cash points even for the tiles you already cleared.
November 12, 2012