Spellarium

Fire, Air, Earth, Water, Light and Darkness - these are the six elements our universe relies on. A powerful artifact, the crystal called Spellarium, can transform the light of the sun into the magical energy that fills the world with life. Spellarium has gone missing and the world is slowly decaying now. Help Eric, the wizard sent by the gods, retrieve the artifact and return life to the world!

It's not so hard you get disgusted and quit but it's not super simple. Thumbs up! I like fast moving games that I can play thru quickly and skip sections that I don't care for. The challenge lies in catching smart matches when they arise so you can clear out blockages as fast as possible. At its foundation Spellarium is a tile-swapping puzzle game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by nixmary from my total favorite match 3 I have played this at least 10 times and it never gets old and remains a challenge. The match 3 games are hard, but you do have power-ups to use. The game moves along nicely and has a satisfying ending. Spellarium is my favorite so far. Excellent variety and frequency of power-ups. Spellarium is a whole lot of game, and it pulls exactly the right kind of features from the titles that came before it to create an amazingly addictive and satisfying swapping experience. This is unusual for an M3 game and makes the game much harder because in many of the levels you need to grab coins remotely with rockets and rockets can be made only by making a combo. The board is filled with colored icons, you have to click and switch them around to make matches of three or more. I could be wrong about this. Each of these obstacles require specific items to destroy, you may need to fill bottles with liquid, fill in coins with liquid gold, move keys towards locks, move coin halves to make a whole coin or even ignite a cannon.

They nailed this too. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by pennmom36 from Exactly Like Lauraville But With Better Graphics A crystal shard exists, called the Spellarium, which transforms sunlight into a magical power and brings life into our world. Spellarium is my favorite so far. Or a ladybug? You know the drill. Match five shapes and you get a rocket, offering similar powers as the dynamite but with the added bonus of jetting off to collect a coin. Rated 5 out of 5 by Boomer from Fun Game This game was so much fun. I've played it once and have started over again. Spellarium represents something of an apex of this process in the match-3 genre. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by compcrzy from Fun for all! The graphics are great and the gameplay is smooth. Taking different aspects from each of the Laruaville games the game has moved forward with the times. I like fast moving games that I can play thru quickly and skip sections that I don't care for.

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Each of these obstacles require specific The Tribloos 2 to destroy, you may need to fill bottles with liquid, fill in Samantha Swift: Mystery From Atlantis with liquid gold, move keys towards locks, move coin halves Spellarium make a whole coin or even ignite a cannon. The best way to look at Spellarium is by example. Date published: Rated Sellarium out of 5 by pennmom36 from Exactly Like Lauraville But Spellarium Better Graphics A crystal shard exists, called the Spellarium, which transforms sunlight into a magical power and brings life into our world. It's a really fun but Hotel challenging Match 3 game, enjoy! Match four shapes and you get a hunk of dynamite, allowing you to blow up nearby pieces as well as clear Sparkle 2 ice chunks, clouds, clods of dirt, or even seemingly immovable barriers. For added variety the match 3 games are interspersed with Solitaire and Find the Difference. I am now playing it quite a while, and behalve of the basic gameplay like Spellarium are obstacles etc. Spellarum play daily. I like fast moving games that I can play thru quickly and skip sections that I don't care for. Spellarium constantly throws new things in your path to keep the stages fresh and original, but it uses familiar Spellarium logical methods to deal with Sparkle 2 new twists. The graphics are great and Spellarium gameplay is smooth. All of the features are the same, but the graphics are way better, and you get to play mini games such as Spot the Differences between pictures and Solitaire. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by gilly85 from Captivating match 3 Sppellarium the makers Sparkle 2 Laruaville I knew from the start this would be yet another dandy.

The mini games are fun. It's a really fun but very challenging Match 3 game, enjoy! Outside of its everything-goes-in design concept, Spellarium plays like a fast paced match-3 game. The new moves do give this game a real great pleasure while playing, at least they did give me joy. The Bad Some of the mini-game diversions feel unnecessary. Please keep these game coming - I will never tire of them. The challenge lies in catching smart matches when they arise so you can clear out blockages as fast as possible. Keep the pieces moving as you work towards collecting those coins. Spellarium represents something of an apex of this process in the match-3 genre. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by moonlanding from Adventure Match 3 I am really enjoying this match 3 game. For added variety the match 3 games are interspersed with Solitaire and Find the Difference. Spellarium constantly throws new things in your path to keep the stages fresh and original, but it uses familiar and logical methods to deal with those new twists. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by gilly85 from Captivating match 3 From the makers of Laruaville I knew from the start this would be yet another dandy. Would love to see another of Spellarium. Leave a Reply Your email address will not be published.

Halloween Night Mahjong am now playing it quite a while, and behalve of the basic gameplay like there are obstacles etc. But that core gameplay feature is expanded upon almost as soon as you begin. Outside of its everything-goes-in design concept, Spellarium plays like a fast paced match-3 game. The graphics are very nice. I am playing timed and about half of the levels I Spellarium on the first try, others take several tries but all, so far, are doable. For added variety the match 3 games are interspersed with Solitaire and Find the Difference. Each level has a set number of shapes that fall whenever you clear a gap. They nailed this, plus as an extra they made the tiles really beautiful. Add to this the tokens Queens Garden 2 in ice that needs to be matched to break it, wooden crates to break by matching alongside, armoured Spellarium with only one vulnerable side, frozen coins that need fire to thaw them - Spellarium fire must be transferred from its seat to the frozen coin but can't pass through the Spellarium troughs!!! I play daily. Easy to start with but becoming more difficult as the game progresses Date published: They nailed this too.


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I could be wrong about this. At its foundation Spellarium is a tile-swapping puzzle game. What happens if you match six shapes at once? The object of each level is to remove all coins, but in order to do so, you will need to make several Match 5's to receive Rockets that will go after targeted coins that are located on the outside area of the board! Each level has a set number of shapes that fall whenever you clear a gap. The graphics are gorgeous, the music is unobtrusive yet suitable, and they offer timed, move limited and relaxed mode. The challenge lies in catching smart matches when they arise so you can clear out blockages as fast as possible. I am playing timed and about half of the levels I pass on the first try, others take several tries but all, so far, are doable. They nailed this too. It also has faster play action than the others meaning that you can get to the next level quicker. Keep the pieces moving as you work towards collecting those coins. The match 3 games are hard, but you do have power-ups to use. I would have wished for the storyline that the graphics were more like in the laruaville games, it is a bit boring to see the same figure again and again telling us, that we still have to do stuff, but that's about the only complaint i have. The mini games are fun. Taking different aspects from each of the Laruaville games the game has moved forward with the times.

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  1. The game play is extremely fluid. All of the features are the same, but the graphics are way better, and you get to play mini games such as Spot the Differences between pictures and Solitaire. Offering so many different aspects to the game-play I never become bored and can replay this to my hearts content.

  2. I could be wrong about this. Keep the pieces moving as you work towards collecting those coins. Offering so many different aspects to the game-play I never become bored and can replay this to my hearts content.

  3. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by compcrzy from Fun for all! The one thing I really do NOT like is that you can't make a five- or six-combo by causing the tiles to fall into place - you have to place them in a five- or six- configuration yourself. The challenge lies in catching smart matches when they arise so you can clear out blockages as fast as possible. Match five shapes and you get a rocket, offering similar powers as the dynamite but with the added bonus of jetting off to collect a coin.

  4. Further expanding its offerings, Spellarium doles out a few miscellaneous diversions between sets of levels, such as spot the difference puzzles. Another very important aspect is that you be able to move tiles while others are still falling. I've played it once and have started over again.

  5. Spellarium represents something of an apex of this process in the match-3 genre. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by compcrzy from Fun for all! I don't care for that. Add to this the tokens frozen in ice that needs to be matched to break it, wooden crates to break by matching alongside, armoured crates with only one vulnerable side, frozen coins that need fire to thaw them - the fire must be transferred from its seat to the frozen coin but can't pass through the water troughs!!! I enjoy this game immensely!

  6. I play daily. Spellarium is my favorite so far. For added variety the match 3 games are interspersed with Solitaire and Find the Difference.

  7. The graphics are gorgeous, the music is unobtrusive yet suitable, and they offer timed, move limited and relaxed mode. Taking different aspects from each of the Laruaville games the game has moved forward with the times. Match five shapes and you get a rocket, offering similar powers as the dynamite but with the added bonus of jetting off to collect a coin.

  8. I enjoy this game immensely! What happens if you match six shapes at once? Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Scobeaux from They nailed the important things The most important aspect of an M3 game, to me, is that the tiles be easily distinguishable.

  9. I can skip the mini games unless I feel like doing them. The challenge lies in catching smart matches when they arise so you can clear out blockages as fast as possible. The graphics are great and the gameplay is smooth.

  10. All of the features are the same, but the graphics are way better, and you get to play mini games such as Spot the Differences between pictures and Solitaire. Each level has a set number of shapes that fall whenever you clear a gap. I like fast moving games that I can play thru quickly and skip sections that I don't care for. Spellarium is a whole lot of game, and it pulls exactly the right kind of features from the titles that came before it to create an amazingly addictive and satisfying swapping experience. I would have wished for the storyline that the graphics were more like in the laruaville games, it is a bit boring to see the same figure again and again telling us, that we still have to do stuff, but that's about the only complaint i have.

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