Fairyland Match

Fairyland Match

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Somewhere in the forest there is a place called Faevill. This lovely village is home to Ruby the fairy and her animal friends. One day Mr. Goldy sent his goblin thugs to wreck the village. Ruby must find the magical stars in order to rebuild the magical forest and prevent Mr. Goldy from taking over the village. Help Ruby and her animal friends rebuild their home and prevent the greedy Mr. Goldy from destroying their village in this fun and exciting match three game!

  • 80 fun and challenging levels
  • 8 locations to rebuild
  • 4 powerups and 1 amulet
  • Restore the magical fairy village!

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  • OS: 10.10/10.9/10.8/10.7/10.6
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • Hard Drive: 53 MB

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Fairyland Match 2.8 5 10 10
forrest I enjoyed the cute graphics- along the lines of Floria. The game was bright and cheerful. I do not think it is just for kids. I suspect many adults, like me, will like this fun game. You repair houses as you go along collecting stars so it has a bit more than a boring match 3 where you do nothing but make matches level after level. Give it a trial hour- I think you will like it. September 4, 2016
I'M A CONVERT! When I first started playing this game I thought it was suitable for little kids. By the time I had repaired the rabbits' house I was hooked, and bought the game. While the "music:" is extremely irritating, it can be turned off (thank goodness!). While this is not a fast-paced game, it becomes more challenging as you get further into it. Try it - you may like it! September 29, 2015
restore the forest a mean old man has come to the forest and destroyed it's beauty. you play as ruby, a fairy, that is restoring the forest. this is a simple mach 3 game. would be good for kids. i didn't use all my power ups that i had to finish the game. there are 80 levels. cute story. easy and relazing. i used the relax mode. i don't like to be rushed. October 23, 2015
Adorably Designed For Kids Keep in mind that this is a Match 3 game designed for kids, or perhaps adults who just want to play a lighthearted Match 3 game. The Fairy village of Faevill has been taken over by a greedy Leprechaun named Goldy who threatens Ruby and her friends to pay him or suffer the consequences. When they are unable to meet his demands, he orders thugs to destroy their houses, leaving the village in shambles. You must play Match 3 games to find magical stars that will repair everyone's humble abodes a little at a time. You can choose Relaxed or Timed modes and the goal is to make at least 3 identical matches by swapping tiles. Matches of 4 or more fills up the magical Amulet which unleashes an electric fury, destroying several random tiles on the board. Each level contains a specific amount of stars that can only be collected by making matches under them until they drop off of the board entirely. Matches must be made on all blue cells as well, and some tiles are Tangled with webs that require matches of whichever icon is tangled to release it. There are also rocks that cannot be moved and will disappear only when they drop off the board. As you progress, you receive powerups such as Bombs that clear a 3x3 area or Flames that take out an entire row, each level will give you another powerup which can be saved up because they carry over to the next level. Again, this game isn't going to knock the socks off ya if you're looking for a challenging Match 3 game, it's totally designed to entertain the kids, which I believe it will, so for the youngsters, it's a "I recommend this game" for adults I would have to suggest you pass on this one. September 28, 2015
Average This is an average match 3 game. It is fairly entertaining, though the graphics are a little childish, and the music is atrocious. You win stars to repair a building, but I couldn't tell much of what needed fixed. I only recommend it if you don't have anything better to play. :) September 28, 2015
Graphics and story make you think 'kids' but the M-3 boards are a different story! I do love my M-3s. While this one may have been aimed at just kids, I think it's important to differentiate between the graphics/storyline and the actual M-3 boards. For me, at 65, I found a lot to like about the M-3 itself. Admittedly, it took some effort to sit through the opening scenes as they are definitely geared for younger players -- but at least the graphics are pleasantly drawn. It's the music that gets a big thumbs down from me! It's the shortest loop I think I've ever heard in a game. Would it appeal even to the youngest child? Seems doubtful. But thankfully there are separate sliders for music and sound so that's easily enough resolved. Now to the actual M-3 boards -- the further you go in the game, the more complicated the boards become. There are 80 levels. The board action is fast and smooth, plus you can make matches before the tiles settle. The tiles are attractive and fairly sized. I noticed the tiles changed to a new theme after I completed the first 10 levels. I enjoy that variety. There is a choice of timed or relaxed. It can be changed from the main menu page in mid-game, no restart required. As the boards are cleared, stars are dropped off. The stars pay for the 'repairs' to the cute little critters' homes. There are also the traditional obstacles such as 'frozen' tiles to be cleared by making a match which includes them 'rocks' which are not movable, so you have to drop them off the bottom by clearing the board. Seems likely there are more of the typical M-3 obstacles coming. There is an amulet (reminiscent of Call of Atlantis) which charges as you play. While it cannot be directed to a certain location, at least it will shake up the board hopefully making it easier to clear. There are also several powerups to be earned. Think I'm going to overlook the kid-oriented graphics, the cutesy storyline, and that horrid shortest-loop-ever music. I've got a punch code ready to use on this so I can just enjoy the 80 levels of fun and relaxing yet increasingly difficult M-3 boards. September 29, 2015
GAMETIME FOR THE LITTLE ONES Good morning kiddies let?s all go play in fairyland. I have to say that this game seems like it was designed with pre-school little ones in mind. The cartoonlike graphics were bright and cheerful but did not fill my screen. The game had side borders that filled out the graphics. There are no voiceovers and the screen dialogue is littered with grammatical errors. Does no one proofread anymore? Even though the game seems to have been developed with toddlers in mind who probably can?t read anyway, it is adults who test the games before letting little Johnny or Susie play. Then there is the music that is so redundant and annoying that it was muted within two minutes of playing the game. Honestly, I couldn?t last more than two minutes anyway so it really didn?t matter. If you have little ones running around who are learning to use a computer this might be an entertaining game for them to try. For me it was a bust and a definite pass. September 28, 2015
Maybe for littles! Basic graphics, annoying eight bar music. If the story line is for the pre-school set, then have voice over. Otherwise, please - anyone who can read would find the poor grammar and story completely idiotic. Make it obvious how to quit the game. There is a standard - hitting Menu in the middle of the game should bring up an exit option - not the sound and size.... Not worth the price or use of a free credit. September 28, 2015
By far, one of the worst Match-3s offered here. Since BFG has club members, who pay every month to remain members, I would expect the games offered to be of higher quality than this. This game is of very poor quality. It's a basic Match-3, with boards just a bit off from crisp and clear. The graphics of the story are fairly crude cartoons, with no voice-overs. Even the desktop icon is crude, and pixel-ly. The music is atrocious. The best I can say for the mechanics of the game is that the tiles fall at a suitable speed. The re-building is not as other Match-3 have done it, but just clicking on a damaged area and Presto! it's done. Each repair takes a set amount of stars, which you earn playing the boards. The amulet fills as you make matches, and when it's full you click it to remove more tiles off the board. Whoopie... You get the usual sorts of power-ups (4 of them), bombs and such. I don't recommend this game even for young children. They would have to be pretty young to think this game is entertaining, which would make them too young to read the story (such as it is). There are much better games for children than this one. Oh, it's also available for free on one large web portal game site. True, there will be ads, but no price is low enough for this game to be worth it. Want a great Match-3? Try any of the "Bonus" ones from Grey Alien, The Adventures of Perseus, or The Adventures of Jason and the Argonauts. Those are the best of the best... With Halloween in sight, I recommend Spooky Bonus. September 28, 2015
Fairyland Match First of all the music sounded like an old fashioned computer game rather than a modern computer game it reminded me of the 80s rather than the modern era. The gameplay was rubbish so I agreed with all the reviews and the overall rating. There was no decent stuff in this game. It isn't often I don't recommend a game enough said September 29, 2015
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