Enchanted Gardens

Enchanted Gardens

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Hone your gardening and matching skills in this delightful puzzle game. With three gameplay modes, you can collect custom garden upgrades, arrange tiles to match patterns, or kick back and enjoy endless entertainment. Enchanted Gardens lets you create the gardens of your dreams without getting your hands dirty!

  • 3 gameplay modes.
  • Hundreds of levels.
  • 5 gardens to restore.

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: 10.4, 10.5 (recommended)
  • CPU: 1.83GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB

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Enchanted Gardens 3.3 5 3 3
Super Cute Graphics, Interesting Gameplay I originally downloaded this game because I saw the caterpillar out of the corner of my eye while I was browsing through some games. He was so incredibly cute that I had to try the game. I'm an avid Match 3 player, and this is an interesting twist to the match 3 genre. (You actually match 4, but the basics are the same.) This game reminded me a lot of Bejeweled Twist though you get four tiles in a block rather than in a row. The game started out relatively easy, but it got harder pretty fast. When you're learning the game, the boards are relatively easy to beat, but soon, gnomes start fighting you as you try to clear the garden. If you make too many moves without making a match, gnomes start filling your garden with rocks. You have to make a match adjacent to the rock in order to break it and then progress. I found the game different, fun, and adorable. It will probably entertain me for a good long while. November 4, 2012
LOTS OF VARIETY This game is a kind of hybrid match 3, only it is in multiples of 4 and is played by rotating sets of 4 tiles to make matches of 4 on any of the sides. There are 3 levels of play which provides a lot of variety not only in difficulty levels but in actual game play. I purchased the game on sale and I really wish I had used a coupon. This game just doesn't ring my bell. Even within a level, there is a lot of variety because of scoring and time targets. In the first level, scoring involves matching tiles that are then turned into grass. Once all tiles have become grass, the game is over. Hence the similarity to Match 3 games. It seemed that I had no trouble turning all the tiles into grass but I did it in a way that did not meet the scoring target. I couldn't figure out the right combination of speed and accuracy to earn gold stars at this level. Once I got past the first few, easier puzzles, I kept getting silver stars only. There are a set of achievements to obtain. The size of the puzzle board can also be changed by increasing the number of tiles. The game starts out with an 8x8 board; increasing the number of tiles also increases the difficulty. The difficulty of the puzzles within the same level also increases when things like stone tiles are added that appear at random to cover the regular tiles and can only be removed by matching tiles next to them. No set of tiles containing a stone can be rotated so removing them is a priority. Again, my naturally slow reaction time made it almost impossible to win this type because more rocks would appear before I could get all the stones removed let alone get all the tiles turned into grass. This is where I stopped playing the first level, particularly because reading the help content showed that rocks were only the beginning of the obstacles that would be added in coming puzzles. I am just not a good timed-game player and these types of games create more stress than I need. I want to enjoy games, not be wound up by them. Of course, both of these issues can probably be put down to my age; 65. I have had enough stress already. LOL. I played the second level but found it as frustrating as the first, so I didn't spend much time there. The third level was the easiest level to play. There were no time constraints, no score targets, and game play was very different. Here the object was to move tiles to replicate the pattern shown next to the puzzle. Upon completion, information was provided on how many moves I used and how long it took me to recreate the pattern. There were targets for these actions just to measure yourself against, but there were no stars to win and no penalties for below par performance. I like this part better than the other two, but found myself thinking that the time I spent on this could be better spent on other games with more entertainment value for me. Using the scored points, the gardens can be upgraded with decorations, benches, flowers, etc. I didn't play well enough or long enough to get a good idea of how this works. Perhaps after you have completely upgraded one garden, you can go to the next one. Just guessing, though. If you like to test yourself against the clock and recognizing patterns, moves to create patterns and eliminating obstacles, then this should be a good game for you. Always good advice: play before you pay. September 30, 2015
I Liked It.....but............ This game has a bit of uniqueness to as far as match games go. You actually have to match a GROUP of 4 flowers, centipedes, etc. to clear them off the board and more pop up. Later, although there were no discernible bonuses, there were hindrances, such as the rocks the "gnomes" liked to throw in so you had to work harder and slower and get a worse score. You see, you can only build you garden after each of 5 levels where you've scored a silver or gold in each level. This is also a timed game. There is a relaxed mode but you don't get the chance to "build" your garden. Building your garden is pretty scarce material-wise. For instance, after level 10 you have a choice between 2 benches - that's it. I got bored with the game pretty quickly. Had there been more to offer when building a garden, perhaps the fight with the rocks would have been worth it. Happy Gaming! July 7, 2014
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