A Dwarf's Story
Fun...But It's Too Short!
The bright, vivid and colorful graphics are a highlight to this game! It follows its storyline through out, but what sets this M3 apart from all others is that by right-clicking your mouse, you change the color of your cursor, and thus, the color-coordinated icon that you are going after. You don't actually 'swap' the tiles, you click on the one you want to change to match those surrounding it, by the color of your cursor. You have set goals for each level, and there are numerous power-ups to earn and use; however, the timer is generous and I didn't need the power-ups, thus, lowering the challenge level of this fun game. It can also be played in the Relaxed #untimed# mode. It has HO and mini games, as well. Very cute and fun concept, but needs to be much longer.
May 26, 2012
Way too short
I really liked this game, it was easy and fun to play but way too short for the price. I wish I would have waited until it was the Deal of the Day. Good fun but would have like to have had more levels.
November 15, 2011
Enjoyed the slight variation on the usual match 3 type of game, and you don't have to wait for the pieces to change, which doesn't slow the game down. I also would have liked more variation to choose for the avatar, but overall an enjoyable game.
May 25, 2012
I love the progression of the game.
March 9, 2012
It's true that it is a variation on the usual match 3, but the problem is that there is no real challenge. You spend a lot of time simply clicking endlessly while waiting for the little guys at the bottom to pick up your resources to finish the level. Except for the very last level, the difficulty stays basically the same throughout. Simply put, it's boring. It's a good thing it is not longer. The story, though, is followed throughout. Warning: This game contains occult elements (wizards, spells, dragons, etc.).
October 21, 2012