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Ready to train your memory? this app is a connection-based 3D pair matching puzzle game with challenging levels. Find the matching tiles, connect the pairs with up to 3 lines. Remove all tile pairs before the time is over. Exercise your brain and become a tile matching master level by level. Enjoy the puzzle collections of lovely animals, yummy fruits, interesting professions, exciting emojis, and more. Do you like mahjong board games or classic match-three puzzle games? Then you will love this app! this app is the most colorful and sparkling game among the FREE PUZZLE GAMES, especially the ones that have onet connect game mechanics. It can also serve as a concentration test for children and adults. Find hidden tile pairs and match 3 like a puzzle. this app is also great for your memory! Each tile you match will help your memory and get better at each level. GAME FEATURES Well-designed challenging levels Hint & shuffle boosters Tile movements to master Brain teasing levels with timed bomb cards Various image collections Classic onet connect game mechanics Improves brain functions like memory, focus, attention, and concentration. HOW TO PLAY? REMOVE ALL TILES from the board and finish the puzzle before the time is over. Find two IDENTICAL IMAGES hidden on board and tap on tiles to connect. Connect the tiles on board with up to 3 STRAIGHT LINES and no other tiles blocking the line path. Use the HINT button to reveal a connectable pair. Use the SHUFFLE button to rearrange tiles.
Actually calming (or exciting, depending on how you play) game. Maybe a bit addicting (not sure why people think thats a good thing). Pretty much everything people complain about has a good option for. Dont like the timer? You can disable it. Pictures get hard to distinguish? You can swap the picture set at any time. Dont like the ads? You absolutely do not have to monthly subscribe to remove them — theres a button in settings that allows you to permanently disable ads for a one time price for like two bucks. Theres no options for bombs but i like them cause they keep you strategizing and i like the time pressure. If you dont like them, theyre not that frequent and its easy to remove them with shuffles, which you can also earn very easy. I like the variety of levels. Its nice going from a super hard, dense board to an easy one as a break. But it does get repetitive. Maybe i will get bored someday but right now the simplicity is a major plus, especially compared to all the other cheap puzzlers out there (no i dont want a garden or a quest board or a lengthy tutorial in every single game, crazy right?). Also the sountrack is beautiful (an additional track would be nice tho, as well as more sound effect volume control) and the art reminds me of I Spy books. Fav puzzler so far.
This is probably my favorite phone game. I can get lost in it for hours. I don’t even care that I have to watch a 25 second ad in between each level. My one giant irritation (and I really hope the developers can fix it) is that the “bomb countdown” starts as soon as you click the replay button, which means that the whole time you are stuck waiting for the ad to finish, the bomb is already in action. Sometimes it’s a super short ad or one you can X out of in a couple of seconds, but more often it’s halfway gone by the time you restart the level. Even more maddening is when it takes so long for the ad you can’t even tell what the picture is that you’re trying to match up once you’re able to “see it”. Please, oh pretty pretty please, for the love of all that is holy, fix this stupid problem!!! (Also, thank you for this game. It’s otherwise fantastic)
After reading the reviews I almost didn’t download the game. I am so glad I did! It is very similar to mahjong with some challenges, like moving tiles. I don’t mind the ads in between the games. They do get annoying when they play after pausing the game. I think I have worked up to somewhere in level 40 or so and plan to keep going. It was a bit confusing on how to play at first, but I figured it out. If there was a help button with directions I couldn’t find it. The basic goal is to connect a line between two identical pictures. Be warned, several pictures can look quite similar. There doesn’t seem to be a penalty for clicking on the wrong picture (thank goodness). It is timed, but if you run out of time you can watch an ad and add more time to the clock. I say take a chance and download, you can always delete it later if you don’t enjoy it.
This is a fun game that doesn’t require as much brainpower as sudoku or other similar games. A couple of tweaks would make it even better. 1. An option for levels/number of cells would be great. Sometimes I like the challenge of having the maximum number of cells to work on. Other times I might like easier levels, with fewer cells. 2. Image selection: there are some image sets that pop up but are not part of the list of image choices. I’d like to be able to choose them instead of them popping up randomly. 3. Option to reset the board/start over with a different set of images or number of cells. Basically, there is no way to start over with a new board/new images/new number of cells. I bought the “no ads” option, but don’t really see a need to buy any of the subscriptions. I earn enough hints and shuffles just from playing.
This game is by far my favorite. I found it to be very relaxing, yet puzzling enough to keep my attention. If the levels become too hard, you can disable the timer. That’s what’s when I found it to be the most relaxing (and addictive). Don’t we have enough stress and rushing around in our daily lives? Disable the timer and unwind a little. I’ve made it to the 600+level and I’m still enjoying it. *My only suggestion, is that the creator’s make an option to enlarge the cards. I have 20/20 vision, but I had to purchase reader glasses for this game because most of the designs on the cards are small and it makes it difficult to differentiate them from others. That is the only reason I gave it 4-stars. If you play on a tablet, rather than a cellphone, it shouldn’t be an issue. Enjoy!
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