Lost in Reefs: Antarctic

Do you remember the end of Lost in Reefs 2? We promised new adventures and challenges for those who were stubborn and smart enough and managed to complete all the game levels. Keeping the promise we've equipped an expedition to the Antarctic with a mission to find a sunken city in the sea. It was a long trip; our ships overcame all the challenges of the journey to Antarctica, survived the storms of the cold seas, broke icy winds and avoided all the traps. Now we're ready to start our search. It's not that easy though, as any expedition requires plenty of resources. We need to buy all the necessary equipment, so would you help us sponsor the works? Prepare to complete the challenging Match 3 levels of Lost in Reefs: Antarctic and reveal the secret of an ancient civilization!

It is not a game that you will get through quickly which is a plus for me. Now you can rebuild this mesmerizing reef city with the money you earn by purchasing various items like corals and statues, then upgrade them as you conquer new levels. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ecblisa from Great, but not all that new I loved Lost in Reefs 1 and played it several times. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by pennmom36 from Match 3 Honeycomb Style! However, reef researchers do not accumulate treasures in order to become richer — their task is to return to the world the great culture that they study, so all the treasures and resources collected during the dives will go to the restoration of the sunken ancient city! Very nice colors, achievements, upgrades to buy, bombs, magnets etc. The graphics are very colorful and the music is non evasive, they did a nice job of making the fish as realistic as possible and the game itself is addicting so enjoy! The "buildings" are different types of sea items, creatures, and the like, that are considered the building blocks for the city. It has several variations of M3 modes and you can play timed or untimed. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by gryhndlvr from Fun, colorful match 3 I really like this game, reminds me of Lost in Night, which I played twice already. You get rewards for playing by being able to build or restore a town. Join the expedition, which has come a long way, overcame cold storms and a meeting with giant icebergs, but has reached the place and is ready to start the investigation! This version is just as good. Story: You're given an introductory cutscene you can skip it telling you briefly of a city that existed long ago where once people coexisted with dragons but has long since been covered by sea, and now it's up to you to find it again in the present day.

This is the type of Match 3 game that I find the most fun! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ecblisa from Great, but not all that new I loved Lost in Reefs 1 and played it several times. Story: You're given an introductory cutscene you can skip it telling you briefly of a city that existed long ago where once people coexisted with dragons but has long since been covered by sea, and now it's up to you to find it again in the present day. How to play Lost in Reefs: Antarctic Having sunk to the bottom, you will find countless treasures left from ancient times, but it will not be so easy to take them. The games have to me very pleasant graphics and music, and get harder at an appropriate pace. If you liked the first one you will love this one. You need to upgrade your buildings too, before you move on. It is not a game that you will get through quickly which is a plus for me. You earn coins which you can use to buy stuff to upgrade your ocean. Try the one hour free Your semi-typical Atlantis story with a cute dragon twist. This adds to the fun so it really never gets boring. The "buildings" are different types of sea items, creatures, and the like, that are considered the building blocks for the city. There's a story at the start, to give background on the city and how it has sunk to the reef below

Download Lost in Reefs: Antarctic. To complete one task you are given a strictly measured number of moves. Now you can rebuild this mesmerizing reef city with the money you earn by purchasing various items like corals and statues, then upgrade them as you conquer new levels. There's also some diagonal match-3, which confused me a lot at first but once you realize it's just diagonal, is pretty fun too. My only criticism is that everything is too much the same -- board shapes, game tokens, power-ups, types of obstacles to board completion. How to play Lost in Reefs: Antarctic Having sunk to the bottom, you will find countless treasures left from ancient times, but it will not be so easy to take them. Find out now! You need to upgrade your buildings too, before you move on. Which one of you is better off looking for treasure? The graphics are good and the music is worth listening to. Join the expedition, which has come a long way, overcame cold storms and a meeting with giant icebergs, but has reached the place and is ready to start the investigation! Soothing Music and smooth play guides you game by game through this long adventure. Cons: They make you play all three types of Match.

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On the accumulated crystals, you can buy powerful bonuses, as well as additional moves and seconds to complete the level. First thing's first: the art is very nice in his one; even the pieces for the match-3 levels are nice to look at. The group and slide ones Antarctc fine - but I hate connecting match games but it forced me to play a number of those before it opened up to other modes. As you play along Lost in Reefs: Antarctic open up more game styles such as swap, group and chain style. Extras: Antartic are trophies and achievements to collect! Come on in, the water's FINE! I love Antaarctic like this one so please try it and don't let others try to tell you not too. All in all - enjoyable, relaxing and smooth. There are even whale and dolphin sounds. All the things one would expect from a high-end Match-3 are there Spooky Solitaire: Halloween timed or relaxed play, multiple game modes, trophies, etc. However, reef researchers do not accumulate treasures in order to become richer — their task is to return to the world the great culture that they study, so all the treasures and resources collected during the dives will go to the restoration of the sunken ancient city! Cons: They make you play all three types of Match. This does not keep me from enjoying the game, but some may find it too little like a "new" game. Lost in Reefs: Antarctic additions as Solitaire Chronicles: Wild Guns build along, and the game lasts for months as you try to fill all the slots.

There are even whale and dolphin sounds. This does not keep me from enjoying the game, but some may find it too little like a "new" game. If you're a Match 3 fan, or just want to try a new genre [this game would be a great one to try if you're new to Match 3, especially!! You're not just matching items on the screen and that's it: match, clear screen, new screen, and repeat. The group and slide ones are fine - but I hate connecting match games but it forced me to play a number of those before it opened up to other modes. You need to upgrade your buildings too, before you move on. Sound: I personally enjoy game ambiance and music being turned on, unless it's truly unbearable or overly repetitive. It has several variations of M3 modes and you can play timed or untimed. Which one of you is better off looking for treasure? When I need a break from the adventure games, this is what I go to. Find out now! What a beautiful Match 3 game, the Lost reefs of dragon city where long ago man lived side by side with beautiful dragons! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by csivell from Great value game!! You can create 5 profiles for each family member, and arrange a real competition among loved ones. However, reef researchers do not accumulate treasures in order to become richer — their task is to return to the world the great culture that they study, so all the treasures and resources collected during the dives will go to the restoration of the sunken ancient city!

I had to try this game because I have the first one. The sound effects are generally pleasing as well; Sparkle 2 noise made when you break a stone tablet under a matched set is a satisfying, realistic crunch! This is the type Antarcitc Match 3 game that I find the most fun! Then I played Lost in Night several times. On the accumulated crystals, you can buy powerful bonuses, as well as additional moves and seconds to complete the level.


13 thoughts on “Lost in Reefs: Antarctic

  1. Definitely a good buy. Story: You're given an introductory cutscene you can skip it telling you briefly of a city that existed long ago where once people coexisted with dragons but has long since been covered by sea, and now it's up to you to find it again in the present day. This does not keep me from enjoying the game, but some may find it too little like a "new" game. Rated 5 out of 5 by tutortime from Loved it! Sometimes the expedition will throw up surprises for you — real logical quests, for the solution of which you can get a good reward.

  2. First thing's first: the art is very nice in his one; even the pieces for the match-3 levels are nice to look at. Honestly, I could have done without the intro, but that's just me - I just want to get to the matching! To complete one task you are given a strictly measured number of moves. There's also some diagonal match-3, which confused me a lot at first but once you realize it's just diagonal, is pretty fun too.

  3. I purchased it immediately. Honestly, I could have done without the intro, but that's just me - I just want to get to the matching! Download Lost in Reefs: Antarctic. This adds to the fun so it really never gets boring. You get rewards for playing by being able to build or restore a town.

  4. You need to upgrade your buildings too, before you move on. It doesn't seem to be too many trophies, but each are held in a trophy gallery for you and hovering your mouse over the shapes of the missing trophies also tells you how to obtain them. I think I will be spending many more hours on this one.

  5. You start out being able to only play the Match-3 types, but as you play more levels, the other gameplay types are unlocked for you and you get to choose which way you'd like to play the next level every time, just by going to the menu first. At first you only get the option of match 3 and after a few levels they introduce I new concept I haven't seen before, the game board becomes a honeycomb grid and you match 3 or more diagonally. This version is just as good. If you liked the first one you will love this one.

  6. There are even whale and dolphin sounds. If you're a Match 3 fan, or just want to try a new genre [this game would be a great one to try if you're new to Match 3, especially!! The levels progress quickly and different styles of matching become available such as colors or groups. The sound effects are generally pleasing as well; the noise made when you break a stone tablet under a matched set is a satisfying, realistic crunch! I purchased it immediately.

  7. I like the graphics, smaller tiles, but very detailed, I especially enjoy playing hexagonal tiles. And who better solves puzzles? Pros: Beautiful graphics, predictable consistent bonus objects, easy to understand, use. If you're a Match 3 fan, or just want to try a new genre [this game would be a great one to try if you're new to Match 3, especially!! It is not a game that you will get through quickly which is a plus for me.

  8. If you liked the first one you will love this one. Definitely a good buy. It is relaxing most of the time but gets harder in timed mode as you go on. This adds to the fun so it really never gets boring.

  9. You get rewards for playing by being able to build or restore a town. Very nice colors, achievements, upgrades to buy, bombs, magnets etc. You start out being able to only play the Match-3 types, but as you play more levels, the other gameplay types are unlocked for you and you get to choose which way you'd like to play the next level every time, just by going to the menu first. I like the graphics, smaller tiles, but very detailed, I especially enjoy playing hexagonal tiles.

  10. I'm sure you will want to continue! Think a mix between Gardenscapes [where you can't choose where to place your decorations] and Aquascapes There are also five types of power-ups you can gather during each level to help you along, just from matching large amounts of certain pieces. Brave reef explorers embark on an exciting adventure to the sunken city to learn more about this ancient civilization.

  11. I purchased it immediately. You get rewards for playing by being able to build or restore a town. Which one of you is better off looking for treasure? The "buildings" are different types of sea items, creatures, and the like, that are considered the building blocks for the city. Such a chain destroys the golden tiles underneath, and when there are no tiles left on the playing field, the dive can be considered complete!

  12. There are even whale and dolphin sounds. This adds to the fun so it really never gets boring. And who better solves puzzles? It takes some getting used to but once you catch on it's actually a refreshing change of pace. You get rewards for playing by being able to build or restore a town.

  13. On the accumulated crystals, you can buy powerful bonuses, as well as additional moves and seconds to complete the level. I had to try this game because I have the first one. Great one for us,that are,a little more mature in years! What a beautiful Match 3 game, the Lost reefs of dragon city where long ago man lived side by side with beautiful dragons!

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