Trito's Adventure II

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Help Trito, son of Poseidon, save his family and the entire underwater kingdom from the intrigues of the sly sea witch. The wicked sorceress has charmed the Sea God, broke his trident and scattered its fragments across the ocean! Join Trito and his friends on their next underwater chapter and help thwart the witch!

  • Fascinating story and challenging match-3 puzzles
  • Majestic underwater cities to explore
  • Funny and memorable characters
  • Detailed artwork and incredible animations
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  • OS: 10.14/10.13/10.12/10.11/10.10/10.9
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 1024 MB
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Trito's Adventure II is rated 2.5 out of 5 by 15.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great M3 for those liking a challenge Not sure of the negative reviews unless they didn't play Trito Adventures 1. If you liked Trito Adventures 1, you'll like this one. Some new things but basically the same. A very challenging M3 and takes a bit of time to get used to the way to play it and when to use bonuses. Not sure of the comment who said there were so many bonuses that it plays itself. Maybe they didn't download what I did???? I would suggest Trito 1 and then get this one, but their both challenging and I'm a very experienced M3 player. I'm not a story or sound person, that's why the less than 5 stars, I turn down sound and don't read story lines. I just play.
Date published: 2019-06-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from More to game then you might think // also some tips These Trito games do have a young kid personality but the game play is harder then you might expect. Especially as you continue to higher levels. Personally I really enjoy the graphics and the undersea setting. I just skip through the story which is rather juvenile. When it comes to match 3 games I often prefer quick moving ones. But I do also like a well designed moves counted game, which this is. Its got great graphics with bright colors, good sound, a variety of types (clear tiles, character path, dig gold, etc) and a sense of humor. That's always a plus when I look for a game. I really enjoy how the power ups are sea creatures that seem happy to help by zooming across a row (seahorses) or blowing themselves up (puffer fish) or whatever. And I do like that the game explodes all the bonus items at the end. I play move limited games to relax so I just sit back and enjoy the show at the end of the level. :) The first Trito had 275 levels. I'm not sure if this one has that many but I'm hoping so. One of the things I really liked on the first game was that the devs kept introducing new features all the way through the game. Not sure they could keep that up but I've already seen one new thing and have only played part of the demo. When a game seems to be just like a previous one I often skip it, but I enjoyed the first so much that I am buying this one too. (although I waited for a sale) Try it, you might find you like it. :) Tips: *if you use up all the hammers or switch fish (items on the left) you get a plus icon that lets you go into a shop and buy more with the gems you have earned *if you want to start over the player data is located under: C:\Users\<username>\AppData\LocalLow\Bluembo
Date published: 2019-07-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not your easy crisp graphics match 3 I don't normally like limited moves games but as there was nothing else out I decided to try. This game is not easy, especially when you get into the upper levels. You really do need to think about your moves and do everything you can to get 4 or 5 piece boosters. On some levels it is the only way to finish them. My biggest complaint is the 'award' for level of shells which you can only get by leaving a lot of moves left at the end of a level -- its silly in that of the 9 possible shells to pick you can have some shells with 3 gems and some with 30 gems. And there is literally no logic as far as I can tell on how that is all set up. Personally I would have removed that whole piece of the game. There is a couple of places where I went huh, like on the episode numbering but I pretty much ignored it. I am so far on level 162 -- given what I can see there is at least another 50 levels. For a free game (I used one of my game credits) -- 200 levels or so is not bad.
Date published: 2019-06-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by from No option to replay Love this and the first Trito's but again no reset on this game. I asked about this on the first game and was given directions to clear the saved data. However it didn't work. Please tell the developer to fix this!. This game is very challenging. I play with no sound and don't pay attention to the story line.
Date published: 2019-07-09
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Identity Crisis. For kids or Adults? I am probably being very generous with 3 stars. But I don't 'dislike' this game. Another adaption from the ipad Free to Play market? I actually prefer this to its cousins (artic story, or penguin rescue..etc..) A lot of effort has been put in to the cutscenes and side quests in this one. It has really (and I mean REALLY) cute graphics, and the storyline would fool you into thinking this is a very young childs game. Then you get to the gameplay! On most levels you are actually doomed to fail often unless you spend your earned gems, or using your boosters a lot. In the FTP market I guess you can buy more with real money, (and I think the game is designed for this) However as BFG customers are never asked to pay up ...we just have to repeat a lot. (But its hard to get too frustrated when the screen so sparkly and friendly) It took me a while to realise eventually the game will let you move on when it realises you are broke lol. The game itself is quite pleasant to play, almost addictive. Big tiles, bright colours, and big booster play and explosions. I think I will play this late at night when I just am doing 'mindless' things, as there is not any real 'strategy challenge' other than charging your boosters by making specific matches of certain tiles so you can blow up your board. Luckily too if you really cant stand the abundant cut scenes and childlike dialogue..you can skip. I did not see an option for untimed, nor another profile. I am getting a little worried if this is the 'future' of M3's. They are becoming clones of each others style and this is yet another. But I cant say it isn't CUTE. I cant commit to recommend this game, or not. It has a place, but I would only get it with a voucher or a good sale. Try the demo. .
Date published: 2019-06-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from TWO STRIKES: LIMITED MOVES & AN OVERABUNDANCE OF BONUSES I was really hoping that bluembo would add a Limited Time Mode to Trito's Adventure because I'm really not a fan of Limited Moves Match 3 games. I'm also not a fan of Match 3 games that have a ton of available Large matches which consequentially gives you a ton of Bonuses on the board resulting in a game that practically plays itself. I also believe that they need to have a better Tutorial because most of the key features have no explanation. Tito's Adventure is a Limited Moves game with a "builder" aspect, you play levels to earn enough Lightning power to recharge Tito's Trident so that he can restore all of the houses destroyed by a tornado, as well as complete some side quests asked of little junior. This is the same exact storyline as the first episode, so I'm guessing the evil Stepmother Sorceress has Poseidon cursed to live a never-ending loop? The goal of each level is usually to clear all Sand tiles, but some levels may require you to remove a specified number of specified tiles, drop items to the bottom of the board, collect starfish, or clear a path to allow Octi to reach the treasure chest. There are the usual Obstacles of Wooden Crates, Frozen Tiles, Stone Tiles, etc. that block the Sand Tiles. Large Matches will earn you Bonuses on the board such as Twin Seahorses that take out an entire row or column (depending on which way you activate them up and down or left and right) Explosive Crabs that explode to take out a small group of tiles, Pufferfish that blows up an even bigger area when he huffs and puffs, and Anglerfish that take out several horizontal and vertical rows. Trito's Trident will remove all of the same tiles as matched with once the Trident icon has been filled by creating and using Bonuses on the board. There are bonuses that can be used at your discretion such as a Hammer to take out a specific tile or Fishy Twins that swap any 2 tiles. Eventually, you will unlock Bonuses that can be used at the start of each level. Once you complete the Match 3 level, you get to choose up to 3 Clam Shells (depending on how well you did on the level) to earn various powerups, coins, lightning or gems) You can use the Lightning Bolts to complete side quests to help restore the houses destroyed by the tornado. After completing the level you have to wait forever for the computer to play through any unused moves remaining as well as the Bonuses that those moves create. If I had the option to just click the board to end all that and quickly move on, it would be a nice touch. I also didn't like that you had to pay 75 precious gems to add +5 moves to the board (this # increases if you need to add 5 additional moves) which seems a bit steep, and that you can't replay levels whenever you want. Finally, I don't like that as you progress, it seems that the only way you can beat levels is to create and combine bonuses that wipe out the entire board. I actually like to try to beat levels without using power-ups and bonuses if possible. TRITO'S ADVENTURE SERIES LIST Title***Release Date***Average Rating 1-Trito's Adventure 1 (November 13-2018) 3.5 2-Trito's Adventure 2 (June 26-2019) n/a by: bluembo entertainment
Date published: 2019-06-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from One and done??? This is really a cute game! Fun to play and I enjoy it alot, EXCEPT you can only play the game once and can't restart under another player name. I liked the first one enough to buy the second, and they are both one time only games. There is a 3rd Tritos coming out so I hope the developer will give us the option of playing the game under multiple users, or AT LEAST more than one! I can't recommend a game that is $6.99 and good for one play :-(
Date published: 2019-07-21
Rated 2 out of 5 by from level 247 I enjoyed the first game in the series , so purchased this one . Don't ask me why but I can't get past level 247 .I have tried for 2 days . Can you restart the game or bypass a level . If not I can't play the rest . What a waste of money .
Date published: 2019-07-09
Rated 2 out of 5 by from No Option to Replay Once Finished :-( I really wanted to give this game 5 stars. I loved the last Trito game and I enjoyed my trial on this one. I cannot, however, give more than 2 stars to a game where, the second time in a row, the developer did not give us any option to replay the game once it is finished (the first Trito ends and you cannot replay it and this one appears as if it will be the same). What a disappointment. Additionally, they reused the introductory stories from the original game, so there is no continuity to the story (so my Storyline rating is low)...I had considered purchasing it on sale (due to the lack of replay value) just to continue the story, but since there is no continuity to the story and since I really would rather not reward a developer that does not allow purchasers to replay the game once it is finished, I will not be purchasing the game. Bummer :-( I hope the developer will make the next one replayable. Aside from the above, the game play is really fun. I don't mind the limited moves. It makes it challenging (in a good way for me) and sometimes I have to play a level a few times to figure out the puzzle to solving it...but since I can only play the game once, it takes away a ton of the value for me and lowers the "Fun Factor" tremendously. Additionally, it means that only one person in the family can play it because it does not allow for multiple profiles. I would normally want to play these games again as would others in the family. For all of the reasons listed above, I cannot recommend this game.
Date published: 2019-06-29
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Thumbs down on limited moves Playing the trial version was a great reminder of why I so strongly dislike limited move games. They are so full of frustration and aggravation and irritation that it's just not worth a purchase. I'm not real keen on playing a level a half a dozen times or more because I missed the limited moves allowed by just one or two moves. Just shoot me now. Other than that, this is a cute and fun game. I am a huge fan of M3 games and have purchased a whole bunch of them over the years, except for the ones that have the limited move requirement. I like bright colors and fun animation which this game has in abundance.
Date published: 2019-06-26
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