Puzzle Match 3 with a difference
Simple rules but takes a little attention to get it right. Once you have the idea it is great.
Three styles of play - classic, puzzle and action
Something to suit many players of varying skills.
Addictive, would highly recommend, very different to other Match 3 games, use strategy and lots of luck.
October 7, 2012
Top puzzle game
I've been looking for games that are a bit different than what I'm used to playing. This is a great one if you want to try something different from the great number of Match3, HOA, HO, etc. It has an added twist to the game of matching 3 items or colors. And that makes the game a delight to play. You can spend hours in relaxed play and still feel like you are using your brain a bit. Thumbs up to the creators.
July 28, 2013
Amazingly Different Match 3 Game!
Wow! And I thought I had seen it all in Match 3 (M3) games. Where has this little gem been hiding?
There is no storyline - so we can bypass that altogether.
Amazing, bright, cheerful colors of the rainbow. Circles, squares and diamonds of 3 sizes.
Sound effects great - not goofy or annoying. Just seemed "right" for the game. Background music very nice - didn't need to tune it out or turn it off at all. LOVE that.
A M3 like no other. You have to move 3 different size colored balls, squares, diamonds into each other (horizontally, vertically or adjacently) to form one big ball, square or diamond and then - magic - not only does that ball, square or diamond disappear but so do surrounding ones of the same color. There IS NO 3 or more - it's just 3. Move the tiny into the middle one into the large one and good-bye it goes. You can also move medium to small, or medium to large and then to small, but the premise is to ultimately join a small, medium and large colored (same color) diamond, circle or triangle together.
This game was tremendous fun and I thoroughly enjoyed playing it. I hope you will at least try the free demo. It was over before I realized an hour had gone by. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
June 9, 2014