Geisha - The Secret Garden
It was more challenging than expected, the music was easy to listen to. I loved decorating the garden and the painting, the snapshot was a fun extra. I wish more coins were awarded for completing levels so I could buy the more expensive items. My hour trial flew by and left me wanting more. Great for relaxing and getting creative.
July 21, 2014
At last I can replace Flower Paradise
I was out of sorts when I had to get a new computer and I lost my copy of "Flower Paradise" which I had had for over ten years. Every day I played it, as I found it very restfull. I enjoyed looked at the gardens and the beautiful tiles...
Now this is a great replacement. You get again to build a beautiful garden with the coins you earn playing (and you have to learn when to stop buying and enjoy what you have). The gameplay is different from usual Match3 games as you can only move horizontally, but you can drop things. You get more challenges. Tiles that you cannot use until cleaned, tiles that cannot be moved. Tiles that are not only frozen, but freeze others, and also power-ups. You have different goals each level. There is a timed mode that tests you, but I play the relaxed mode, as I find it very soothing.
I am happy again!!!!
June 24, 2014
Addictive and very cute.
A match 3 very pleasant and visually really beautiful.
You will help the cute geisha to make her dream come true: to create a Zen garden.
Reaching the goals (it changes at every step) and moving forward in the game you'll earning points to buy the diverse plants - trees, shrubs, aquatic plants - and setting garden.
Your progress is displayed on a map.
Very colorful, pleasant sond, good level of challenging - it will gradually increasing. Tiles resemble those of Mahjong.
Something quite different - they move sideways, including to the places that became empty. ! And they going up ... i.e., you can not let them touching the top.
Provides hours and hours of fun !!
February 23, 2012
match 3 skills
I loved it! The designing of the garden or home area was fun the only thing I would change would be the ability to design both areas under one name.
August 19, 2012
Hmmm I Guess I Liked this Baffling Game?! But....
I had no clue what I was doing in this game BUT I have never played Mahjong so I figured I might pick it up here. Wrong! There was lovely music and a seasonal map which a cute person walked across...then there were rising tiles but if they got too high a dragon would roar at me. I tried to eliminate tiles but some froze or cracked or had piles of autumn leaves or winter snow on them. I would clear them & clear them but then had not enough time to match so that dragon would roar! Quite often, I would activate a force of some kind and this feat was announced regularly: No idea how I managed to do that. Eventually, I was told I had completed each level and the screen brought me to a scene where I could buy items [with my points] to create a Japanese garden. These things seemed disappointingly basic till I finally realized there were several upgrades for each purchase and then the garden became rather artistic. In fairness to the developers, there were instructions for the game and power-ups too but they were not easy for me to understand: I can be quite bright at times and thick as a plank at other times...so this game was hard for me. Why did I keep playing it? Well, the music was soothing and I liked earning money points for decorating the garden. End of.
April 1, 2014