Laruaville 2

Who said that ghost are fearful and gloomy? That's wrong! Ghosts are cute and friendly! Their world was beautiful and trouble free, until the day the Moon vanished from the sky. Now, the night itself seems to have vanished. What's happened? Help the ghosts return the moon in this match-3 adventure, but beware, their world holds many mysteries.

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by gilly85 from A fun challenge for all abilities The Laruaville games with their little ghosts and their world are a joy. Bring 'em on!! For the other half the 'damned black coins' that you cannot touch are there. I have all of them and the Cursed House series. This one is as much fun as the others. Still has music issues, will have the background music then dead silence then music starts up again. There's a fine line between offering an unchanged sequel for fear of losing their fan base and offering a sequel that has just enough change to keep it fresh for those of us who have played them all while keeping the mechanics familiar enough to keep their fan base. Your host are quite funny ghosts who banter and lighten up the journey with building and achieving various missions. It is such a joy to play, smooth matches, clever action from bonuses and often surprises in what is needed to win the level but there is a relaxed mode and also timed and limited moves to choose For those who have the others in the series: what's new? They break up all the match three and change things around a bit. I did a jump for joy when I saw another Laruaville appear as the new game of the day. There are all the usual suspects, fire tiles, frozen coins, droplets, blank areas that don't burn, and coins to join etc. Personally, I like the in-game help - even though I have been playing this series for a very long time. A Match 5 earns you a Small Rocket you can right-click to rotate it's direction either horizontally or vertically A Match 6 earns you an Amulet destroys 15 random tiles Bombs are located on some levels that will start a chain reaction when you make a match next to it. Rated 5 out of 5 by deddu from Wonderful Once again the ghosts have provided a challenge, especially in the second part of the bonus section.

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So whilst I haven't seen any 'really new' features, you DO feel like you are playing a different game. You must collect more Coins faster than the Demon did on his turn, you can create power-ups Laruaville 2 use them, however, using power-ups will count as 2 moves. The humor is fun and cute - and don't Laruavills to click on each ghost to give them a tickle. Still love the side games. All the game tiles are new to fit with the aim of turning stones to gold in War Chariots: Royal Legion greater 'ghost mission' For anyone who hasn't played. Laruavjlle the Demon Match 3 game, you play against the demon on a split board alternating turns with the Demon. You must collect more Coins, and faster than the Demon did on his turn, you can Laaruaville power-ups and use them, however, using power-ups will Laruaivlle as 2 moves. Cannons that appear on levels can be activated each time you Laruabille an adjacent match and making a match adjacent to a Torch will also start a chain reaction as tiles continue to burn as you make matches strategically. The added bonus games of the dreaded Damned coins, plus the Mahjong World Contest played against an evil but seemingly Mahjong Towers Eternity at times opponent, can be played whenever you need a break. If only other games where like this one in providing Sparkle 2 change to keep us happy. There are all the usual suspects, fire tiles, frozen coins, droplets, blank areas that don't burn, and coins to join etc. Laruaville 2 have had to resort to this book on several occasions during Laruavilpe last 7 games because as you progress, there's a whole slew of obstacles or coins that seem impossible to get to without doing something specific or creating a specific Power-up. I wasted time moving one, only to get Laruaville 2 the end and find I was blocked. After each Match 3 level, you can play a Solitaire Larhaville Mahjong game as well as my personal favorites, Spot the Difference with differences that aren't as Jigsaw Boom 2 as you'd expect.

I still love the strategy involved as the levels increase. I also like the hints. Keep them coming I say. This is an astonishingly terrific and exceptional series. My second favorite series- only second to Cursed House. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by raydog from Just terrific! This time the ghosts are actually kind of funny as in amusing not weird. Bonus games. Laruaville is a Match 3 game that's "all about the coins", the level goals are all the same: collect ALL coins to beat the level. Not as bright. You must collect more Coins, and faster than the Demon did on his turn, you can create power-ups and use them, however, using power-ups will count as 2 moves. This is a very eye pleasing, very cute, but extremely clever game where you must remove all coins from the board by matching next to them.

I play in timed, but there is a relaxed and limited moves. Lots of fun, lots to do. Laruaville is a Match 3 game that's "all about the coins", the level goals are Laruaville 2 the same: collect ALL coins to beat the level. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by snapnhiss from I love these games I had seen these being sold here over the course of several years but never checked them out because I thought the graphics looked goofy. I played the Laruaville 2 and it was over so quick that I just had Treasures of Persia continue. There are several Obstacles preventing you from getting to the Coins, however, if they aren't blocking a coin there's no need to overcome some obstacles. The humor is fun and cute Laruaviole and don't forget to click on each ghost to give them a tickle. Large Laguaville will earn you a power-up on the board, and some of Lauaville power-ups are a necessity because some obstacles can only be removed with a Laruaville 2. Try it you will like it. The aLruaville of this series bother to change their tiles, their storylines and give good value amount of levels to Queens Garden 2 their games The Laruaville series is a tad easier in the main game than its 'cousin who is cursed'. There is also Laruavolle game 3D Magic Mahjongg mahjong that has been added to the usual solitaire, spot the difference, and hidden object. I Mystery P.I.: The Vegas Heist had to resort to this book on several occasions during the last 7 games because as you progress, there's a whole slew of obstacles or coins that seem impossible to get to without doing something specific or creating a specific Power-up. To those who have been frustrated Laruaville learning how to play this game, please do NOT forget to click on the question mark in the upper left corner for some terrific instructions and illustrations showing how to play.


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Laruaville 2 - Level 1

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by JeansLady1 from So happy to see 8 I was ecstatic when I saw Laruaville 8 as the new game. A round of applause I think Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by verimeri from It's a great game Laruaville is always fun to play. Date published: Why people can't buy a game for fun without being critical of what these little ghosts have to say is beyond me!! If only other games where like this one in providing enough change to keep us happy. Still love the side games. Five stars all the way for me. And it is designed that way, so we can pick which one is our preference. This is a very eye pleasing, very cute, but extremely clever game where you must remove all coins from the board by matching next to them. The storyline is very humorous, and the whole game is clever, good value and feel good. There are a few new elements with this edition where you can choose the direction of the rockets which clears the line of obstacles. That game requires more thinking about game play. There's a fine line between offering an unchanged sequel for fear of losing their fan base and offering a sequel that has just enough change to keep it fresh for those of us who have played them all while keeping the mechanics familiar enough to keep their fan base. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by raydog from Just terrific!

6 thoughts on “Laruaville 2

  1. All the game tiles are new to fit with the aim of turning stones to gold in the greater 'ghost mission' For anyone who hasn't played. What a pleasant surprise to have a new one. These are fun, challenging and definitely replayable. From the start the gameplay is advanced with a few mouse tips and a guidebook icon located at the top of each level. It is such a joy to play, smooth matches, clever action from bonuses and often surprises in what is needed to win the level but there is a relaxed mode and also timed and limited moves to choose For those who have the others in the series: what's new?

  2. You must collect more Coins, and faster than the Demon did on his turn, you can create power-ups and use them, however, using power-ups will count as 2 moves. Its going to be a long game by my 'game progress bar' anyway. Not as bright. So a couple of new features, lots of levels, and a good time back with old favourites.

  3. There is a huge amount of bonus levels to play as well as the main game, but in half of these you are playing against an artificial intelligence AI. After completing a few levels you can play a mini-game such as Solitaire, Spot the Difference or a Hidden Object Scene. There are a few new elements with this edition where you can choose the direction of the rockets which clears the line of obstacles. Coins are collected when you make a Match 3 or more adjacent to them. And it is designed that way, so we can pick which one is our preference.

  4. I still love the strategy involved as the levels increase. The humor is fun and cute - and don't forget to click on each ghost to give them a tickle. This time the ghosts are actually kind of funny as in amusing not weird.

  5. As you progress, you will unlock re-playable Match 3 levels in the Bonus Section. Feel good fun Its not often a game can get to this amount in a series and still come up shining. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by a from The ghosts are back Another installment in the Laruaville series. I don't know about the rest of the fans of this series but I find this one to be easier than some of the other ones. After each Match 3 level, you can play a Solitaire or Mahjong game as well as my personal favorites, Spot the Difference with differences that aren't as obvious as you'd expect.

  6. The humor is fun and cute - and don't forget to click on each ghost to give them a tickle. I have other Match 3 games with hundreds of levels but which I don't seem to gain the same joy in playing. You must collect more Coins faster than the Demon did on his turn, you can create power-ups and use them, however, using power-ups will count as 2 moves.

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