Fairy Nook

Create matches as quickly as you can to help Mathin the Rabbit navigate a fairy tale world and find his way to his friend! Power up spells and then unleash them on the game board with a tap of your wand to help Mathin get passed tricky areas. Win minigames to boost your score into the stratosphere! With charming characters, colorful animation and relaxing Match 3 fun, Fairy Nook is at the top of everyone's wish list!


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Timer mode was not too difficult so it made it enjoyable giving you Pretty Snails 2 to keep the rabbit moving to the finish line. It's not fun, the music is a bit funky and the level of challenge is too low to make this game worthwhile. So it is Fairt to play while keeping your interest in your goal. But when you have no idea how to help the brave hero you can use hints. He knew that the journey would be dangerous, risky and long. When Mathin the Rabbit is in a very dangerous spot you can use different spells. Faidy magic wand will help Mathin to pass through these areas. They will come in handy for your journey. This type involves more strategy trying to have the particular matches available on the board when you Fairy Nook them. This is a traditional match 3, but you have a rabbit trekking across the landscape and you have to keep the matching up to his expectations and needs springs to jump up hill, carrots when he's hungry, flowers when he's blue! Advertisement Fairy Nook Wonderland Mahjong on a floating island in a faraway country there live different nice animals. Really bad and would not recommend to anyone. Similar to a game called finding doggy where you have to move your character along by matching Fairy Nook progress in the game. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by meme from Different match 3 This M3 was a different type of challenge that was refreshing. You will be Noko different places of the island.

Some M3 play like an arcade game where you have to be very fast and can be a little nerve racking. It was extremely urgent. After completing a level you will get points which can be used to buy special items. So it is relaxing to play while keeping your interest in your goal. You had to watch the screen as he walked along stopping for a carrot, cabbage or needing to jump and match that certain token. It's not fun, the music is a bit funky and the level of challenge is too low to make this game worthwhile. The game becomes more challenging as it goes deeper. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by n1ght0wl from Only for those with EXTREME patience I played for 5 minutes and it took so long between matches that I had time to make a cup of coffee in between. It's slow, boring and difficult to understand. Rated 4 out of 5 by gypsywolf from I love the colors! Had good power ups to help with matches and had optional timer. Poor Mathin was very upset.

When Mathin the Rabbit aFiry in a very dangerous spot you can use different spells. He knew that the journey would be dangerous, risky and long. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Fairy Nook from Different match 3 This Claws & Feathers 3 was a different type of challenge that was refreshing. So it is relaxing to play while keeping your interest in your goal. If you want him to jump you should form the combinations so that one of the vanishing pieces is a spring. Really bad and would not recommend to anyone. It has possibilities but apparently the makers Nok got bored and just gave up.


This type involves more strategy trying to have the particular matches available on the board when you need them. And Mathin the Rabbit is among them. Really bad and would not recommend to anyone. By moving the figures on the playing field you can combine them to form lines of the same pieces. It has possibilities but apparently the makers also got bored and just gave up. I really enjoyed having to give him particular things that he needed by making matches of that item so he would move. While it does support 'drag and drop' technology, the movement is way too slow. Action is so slow you could take a nap between moves. He knew that the journey would be dangerous, risky and long. This is a traditional match 3, but you have a rabbit trekking across the landscape and you have to keep the matching up to his expectations and needs springs to jump up hill, carrots when he's hungry, flowers when he's blue! After completing a level you will get points which can be used to buy special items. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by n1ght0wl from Only for those with EXTREME patience I played for 5 minutes and it took so long between matches that I had time to make a cup of coffee in between. She also lives on this island but on the other side of it. No swipe, you must click the two interchangeable tokens.

In order not to get lost in Fairy Nook you will have a special map. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by Mutable from Not so good It didn't even let you play the full hour, without ending the game and making you start over. It has possibilities but apparently the makers also got bored and just gave up. I really enjoyed having to give him particular things that he needed by making matches of that item so he would move. After completing a level you will get points which can be used to buy special items. Timer mode was not too difficult so it made it enjoyable giving you purpose to keep the rabbit moving to the finish line. She also lives on this island but on the other side of it. If you put three or more elements together they will disappear from the board and Mathin will be able to walk. No swipe, you must click the two interchangeable tokens. Similar to a game called finding doggy where you have to move your character along by matching to progress in the game. It's slow, boring and difficult to understand. The board icons are very small and the high number of different icons make trying to find a match difficult. The lines can be both horizontal and vertical. You will definitely enjoy the wonderful game Fairy Nook!

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One day he received a letter from his grandmother. In order not to get lost in Fairy Nook you will have a special map. Join the poor rabbit in the game Fairy Nook and help him cope with this difficult task. The lines can be both horizontal and vertical. He decided to visit his friends on the way as they were very experienced and could definitely help him. So it is relaxing to play while keeping your interest in your goal. You will definitely enjoy the wonderful game Fairy Nook! I really enjoyed having to give him particular things that he needed by making matches of that item so he would move. You will be visiting different places of the island. If he doesn't have what he needs, he stops until his needs are met. She also lives on this island but on the other side of it. No swipe, you must click the two interchangeable tokens. You are given a clue if too much time passes, but it may not be the item you need for the rabbit!

4 thoughts on “Fairy Nook

  1. But when you have no idea how to help the brave hero you can use hints. The lines can be both horizontal and vertical. So it is relaxing to play while keeping your interest in your goal. It's not fun, the music is a bit funky and the level of challenge is too low to make this game worthwhile. Some M3 play like an arcade game where you have to be very fast and can be a little nerve racking.

  2. Remember you need to keep up with the rabbit moving in the middle, he's part of the game. You will definitely enjoy the wonderful game Fairy Nook! If you put three or more elements together they will disappear from the board and Mathin will be able to walk.

  3. So it is relaxing to play while keeping your interest in your goal. In order not to get lost in Fairy Nook you will have a special map. Really bad and would not recommend to anyone. I really enjoyed having to give him particular things that he needed by making matches of that item so he would move.

  4. One day he received a letter from his grandmother. This would be a great game for a very patient person. While it does support 'drag and drop' technology, the movement is way too slow. I really enjoyed having to give him particular things that he needed by making matches of that item so he would move.

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