The anticipated 4th installment of the Fishdom franchise is finally nigh! Fishdom: Depths of Time Collector's Edition is here and it is quite possible the coolest game from the Match-3 genre that has come out in the past year. This cute, clean fun has adjustable game play to make it simple enough for the newcomer or challenging enough for the hardcore Match-3er. It is fascinating to see how the Fishdom games are improving, but if you haven’t played any of the previous episodes, don’t worry. Skip straight to Depths of Time. As the title implies, you’ll be able to travel through time under the sea. In each historical epoch, you’ll be able to collect items to decorate with. There are a grand total of over 150, so that should keep you busy!
Pirates of New Horizons: Planet Buster is one of those games that have to find their own audience that most probably is going to be few in number. The game might be best for children. But you never know what somebody may like. Maybe there is somebody in the adult audience who is going to like it too. In this match-three kind of game you are to travel to different planets and get as much treasure as possible.
Spring Bonus is a newly released match-three game fitting into the bursting spring all around us. Not being a fan of this game genre, I really anjoyed the game. For a while at least. Mostly due to its simplicity and positive atmosphere. Usually you would expect the game to start with some kind of story. Mysterious, spooky and dark one work better for the hidden object/adventure genre. Enterprising skills are trained in simulation and time-management games. The match-three games usually feature some fairy tale story. This one goes without any story. But the game is explicitely Easter-themed, so that kind of compensates for the lack of story. If you try to leave, the crying Easter bunny will ask if you are sure because it desparately needs you.
Farmscapes is a new game from Russian game maker Playrix. If you like to build, fix and decorate, the Farmscapes is the game you need! Though it's a quite simple classic match-3 game, it's really engaging! And once started it you won't be able to stop, especially if you have ever played Grandscapes! So, delay all your actions and dive into captivating world of outfitting the farm. The story is about a teenager, who was sent by his parents to his grandfather's farm in order he could spend good time, instead of wasting it by playing video games. Didn't you notice? The irony of it all is that unlike the kid you will spend a lot of time in front of computer. Well, let's return to our boy, who is ready to help his grandfather fix the farm. By the way, unlike Gardenscapes, the farm is interactive and there are a lot of things to do: seeding, planting and even rebuilding the farm. There are also trophies, which you can earn if succeed the game.
Finding yourself in a magic world with this matching game you are totally captivated by all of the bright colors and stunning animation. It is as gorgeous as it has never been before among this genre. This game is pleasing to play as well as to the eye. Those shiny objects, dazzling jewels that are all over the quest feast for the eye's. At last we meet a pristine gameplay, lovely ambience, awesome graphics and full of kindness story to adore the matching games, particularly Jewell Match 3. The story starts with introducing you a girl named Luna. Many moons ago she left her home in Nevernear to attend the Magical University of Horticulture in the land of Varanna. One day she stops receiving letter from her family. Fearing the worst Luna takes her long journey back home.
The name of the newly released game by Codeminion might scare away the players who are already sick and tired of the cursed houses and dilapidated buildings. Phantasmat starts with a car crash and as soon as you get to know that your heroine has stayed alive, you're advised to look for the help in an old hotel but under no circumstances stay there. By the way hardly anyone would stay in the the hotel called "Drowned Dead Hotel" in a real life. But has anyone ever followed such advices while playing? I bet that only those of you did so, who shut down the casual games after having played them for several minutes.
The key feature of Knightfall: Death and Taxes is its genre combination of puzzle, match 3 and RPG. You are supposed to match same-colored blocks, but that’s not your aim, it’s just a method to solve the puzzle. In most of the levels your hero needs to collect all of the keys and get to the exit. It could be an easy thing to do if not some tricky factors. The one is the enemies you meet on your way, and the other is a turn-based RPG – the amount of your Action Points each level is limited. The AP decrease as you remove blocks from your game grid. If you move off the blocks of three and more it costs you a single AP, removing less blocks will squander far more. So be prepared to show your best at block-management. Otherwise you’ll see an unusual for the casual games caption – “Game over”, which justifies the word “death” in the name of the game.
Meet an ultimate holiday edition of Fishdom: Seasons Under the Sea released by Playrix Entertainment. A new installment of match-3/aquarium sim franchise Fishdom offers three seasonally-themed aquariums (Halloween, Christmas and Thanksgiving) to decorate altogether in one game. Do you look for a nice present for the holidays? It can be a great gift idea, especially for those who never tried any of the themed Fishdoms before.