Posted by Mike Lata | Feb 08, 2011 | Comments 0
Last Temple HD by GameLab is a line-drawing and matching puzzle game where you use your finger to draw lines of corresponding gem pieces and clear them by letting go of your finger. The gem pieces are located on tile-based levels and they consist of shapes like leaves and flowers. If you ever played ‘Bejeweled’ or enjoy match-3 games you should find a lot to like about this title. It takes that formula and mixes it in with more gameplay variation like the game’s combo system and exploding tiles for example. Unlike those genres, where you either shift gems or tiles to get them to line up or in games where you tap gems one-by-one — in Last Temple HD, you line draw long sections of them and can change directions or pathways depending on where the matching gems are. Head to iPadmodo for the full review.
Posted by Gwen Phua | Dec 24, 2010 | Comments 0
Travel the world in a hunt for precious gems and rare artifacts in Jewel Quest by iwin, Inc. Museum curators, Rupert and Emma, are desperate to save their daughter’s sight after she is infected by spores released from a strange jewel board. In their journey to find the legendary Golden Jewel Board that may hold the power to cure young Natalie, they will have to solve numerous puzzles within a host of jewel boards. Can you help them rush against the clock?
Posted by Gwen Phua | Dec 21, 2010 | Comments 0
Venture into a medieval world of adventure filled with fast-paced puzzles and daunting enemies. Puzzle Quest 2 by Namco Networks America Inc is a unique match-3 game wrapped within an expansive RPG environment. You can play as an assassin or sorcerer, barbarian or templar. With both your wits and quick reflexes, you’ll battle various enemies, matching assorted gems to harness their power and unleash at your enemy a combination of spells.
Posted by | Nov 21, 2010 | Comments 1
A trailer for the upcoming iPad version of Fishdom, a combination Match-3 and aquarium simulator. Play Match-3 puzzles to earn money and buy fish for your tank.
Posted by Marne Cales | Oct 01, 2009 | Comments 2
At first glance, Charmed looks like every other match-three game you’ve played, with the sparkly, tinkle-y icons arranged in a grid for you to tap and swap to make matches of three or more. Developed by Mind Juice, there is definitely a lot more going on here.