Bestseller: Curse of the Golden Owl

Young writer Jane Harrison, a daughter of the famous detective, is going through a creative crisis. Her father vanished under strange circumstances while working on his last case two years ago. Jane sets off on a journey through the United States and unknowingly gets involved in an adventure with dangerous intrigue and shady characters. It turns out that the key to the mystery might be a cursed item…

Date published: Do this by combining the super tile with at least two of the colour you want to clear the board of. Date published: I don't like timed games, but I understand why some of these are timed. The game's a bit different from most M3s so I highly recommend you give the demo a try before you buy. It is a connect match three,other than that it did not seem special,graphic okay,but seen much better,music okay but heard much better and yet I found it hard to stop playing it. Story isn't a big deal for me when it comes to M3s but this one seems a bit interesting. I think the graphics - '50's style comics with terrific color shading -- and the consistent music were good. Think it is going to be a buy for me. You can even make diagonal moves, and the larger the matches, the more bonuses you will earn, such as Lightning or the Golden Owl which removes all crystals of the same color as matched. Other reviewers have detailed what you do to get through it, and up to a point I agree with them. Between the 3 star rating and reviews, I was not about to spend any money to play this game so I decided to test it. If you are stubborn and determined, like I can be, I think you will enjoy this game as much I do.

I've had to play some parts of each chapter a few times because the timed ones are often not easy. I got bored.. I don't know how many chapters there are, but I'm on chapter 4. All in all, it's a bit different hard to find these days, Big Fish and thoroughly enjoyable. Make matches of three or more by joining the same colour tiles from any direction. I've cursed more than once trying to get to the next level, but I keep coming back and trying again. I don't know how many chapters there are, but I'm on chapter 4. A nice game and I would have bought it if the clock and timed levels were not part of the game. This game has many timed or limited move levels with no option to shut them off. I'm going to take a chance on this one and hope I don't regret it. I get frustrated and quit for a while. I didn't even finish my one hour trial with like 20 minutes to spare.. I couldn't follow along with the story line because focusing on the match 3 mini game and the cut scenes, I forgot what was even happening with the story. It's a good storyline, but I'm just not that into this type of Match 3 game. So here I am with a story I want to find out about and a game at which I am totally stuck.

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Has power ups to help and blocks you need to clear that you find in most match three games. Rated 5 out of Bestdeller: by sealsbroken13 from surprise It was a surprise to find this game as fun as I Goden. The game's a bit different from most DragonScales 4: Master Chambers so I highly recommend you give the demo a try before you buy. I get frustrated and quit for a while. I get frustrated and quit for a while. But I consider myself good at Match 3 games and I could not get through one of the timed levels. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by HorseDancer1 from Not a "Best Seller" for me I just played part of the Demo and did not buy this game even though I was hoping Honeybee another good Match 3 game. I've played it Sparkle 2 a dozen times and always run out of time. I like Match3 games and I liked that this one is somewhat different from the run of the mill. The story is terrific, which is why I bought the game. Other reviewers The Promised Land detailed what you do to get through it, and up to a point I agree with them. Some parts of the game you are limited to a certain number of moves rather than being timed. I did enjoy playing the demo and like to have a selection of M3s on hand -- different types of Bestseller: Curse of the Golden Owl, bonuses, levels of challenge -- to suit my mood at any given time. Timed levels Curxe challenging but doable.

Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Kafinkee from Might be lots of fun I've played it over a dozen times and always run out of time. You can even make diagonal moves, and the larger the matches, the more bonuses you will earn, such as Lightning or the Golden Owl which removes all crystals of the same color as matched. Now for the mistake part. The story is terrific, which is why I bought the game. I recommend the game for the story and the different game play, but make sure you can live with the timed levels before buying. Date published: Between the 3 star rating and reviews, I was not about to spend any money to play this game so I decided to test it. The story is fun, although I found the game skipped at least one chapter, so I missed finding out that she was searching for her father until she was being followed. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by pennmom36 from Interesting Story, Not So Interesting Match 3 This is a chain type Match 3 game, my least favorite, where you click and drag a line through several crystals to make a match of at least 3 of the same kind of crystal to remove them. Has power ups to help and blocks you need to clear that you find in most match three games. So here I am with a story I want to find out about and a game at which I am totally stuck. I don't like timed levels, but I don't hate them usually, and eventually I can get through them, but not this one.

Examples - clear enough of one colour in one go Olw earn a tile that will clear the entire board of a colour. I didn't even finish my one hour Twilight City: Love as a Cure with like 20 minutes to spare. Each level has a different goal such as removing a specific amount of each crystal within limited moves, or earning a specific amount of points within limited moves. Makes it really sweet when you do win and move to the next level within a chapter. Between the 3 star rating and reviews, I was not about to spend any money to play this game so I Bestsekler: to test it. I think the graphics - '50's style comics with terrific color shading -- and the consistent Owp were good.


I'm going to take a chance on this one and hope I don't regret it. I think the graphics - '50's style comics with terrific color shading -- and the consistent music were good. Timed levels - I prefer my levels not to be timed so I can think out my next moves. I got bored.. I gave it four stars because the time factor really is a bit too short for some of the games. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by HorseDancer1 from Not a "Best Seller" for me I just played part of the Demo and did not buy this game even though I was hoping for another good Match 3 game. Some parts of the game you are limited to a certain number of moves rather than being timed. What I didn't like - Seeing the clock with the hands going around and around before and after a level is completed, This became annoying to me. Story isn't a big deal for me when it comes to M3s but this one seems a bit interesting. Not a winner for me. I've had to play some parts of each chapter a few times because the timed ones are often not easy. Timed levels - I prefer my levels not to be timed so I can think out my next moves. I recommend the game for the story and the different game play, but make sure you can live with the timed levels before buying. I like Match3 games and I liked that this one is somewhat different from the run of the mill.

12 thoughts on “Bestseller: Curse of the Golden Owl

  1. Make matches of three or more by joining the same colour tiles from any direction. I couldn't follow along with the story line because focusing on the match 3 mini game and the cut scenes, I forgot what was even happening with the story. Between the 3 star rating and reviews, I was not about to spend any money to play this game so I decided to test it. Rated 5 out of 5 by sealsbroken13 from surprise It was a surprise to find this game as fun as I did.

  2. You have to be persistent and evaluate what you need to do to beat the clock. Make matches of three or more by joining the same colour tiles from any direction. I've played it over a dozen times and always run out of time.

  3. Timed levels - I prefer my levels not to be timed so I can think out my next moves. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by HorseDancer1 from Not a "Best Seller" for me I just played part of the Demo and did not buy this game even though I was hoping for another good Match 3 game. I don't know how many chapters there are, but I'm on chapter 4. I don't like failing! I've cursed more than once trying to get to the next level, but I keep coming back and trying again.

  4. I especially do NOT like timed games. Timed levels are challenging but doable. Blocks where you need to make matches beside them at least two times to free or clear them The game play and the story are interesting, I liked the graphics and the voice overs.

  5. But I consider myself good at Match 3 games and I could not get through one of the timed levels. After each level you will follow a journalist as she struggles to write about a creepy mansion. Do this by combining the super tile with at least two of the colour you want to clear the board of. Timed levels - I prefer my levels not to be timed so I can think out my next moves.

  6. I don't know how many chapters there are, but I'm on chapter 4. I recommend the game for the story and the different game play, but make sure you can live with the timed levels before buying. Eventually you will earn Power-ups that can swap two crystals or even remove specific crystals.

  7. You have to be persistent and evaluate what you need to do to beat the clock. It's a good storyline, but I'm just not that into this type of Match 3 game. But I consider myself good at Match 3 games and I could not get through one of the timed levels.

  8. Not fun. Other reviewers have detailed what you do to get through it, and up to a point I agree with them. The only thing I would really like to see changed is that some of the timed parts would give you just a little bit more TIME - just 10 seconds would make a huge difference once in a while. Rated 5 out of 5 by sealsbroken13 from surprise It was a surprise to find this game as fun as I did.

  9. Blocks where you need to make matches beside them at least two times to free or clear them The game play and the story are interesting, I liked the graphics and the voice overs. Not fun. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by pennmom36 from Interesting Story, Not So Interesting Match 3 This is a chain type Match 3 game, my least favorite, where you click and drag a line through several crystals to make a match of at least 3 of the same kind of crystal to remove them. A nice game and I would have bought it if the clock and timed levels were not part of the game. I gave it four stars because the time factor really is a bit too short for some of the games.

  10. I recommend the game for the story and the different game play, but make sure you can live with the timed levels before buying. All in all, it's a bit different hard to find these days, Big Fish and thoroughly enjoyable. I especially do NOT like timed games.

  11. I like the game and the storyline. I get frustrated and quit for a while. Some parts of the game you are limited to a certain number of moves rather than being timed. What I didn't like - Seeing the clock with the hands going around and around before and after a level is completed, This became annoying to me. I couldn't follow along with the story line because focusing on the match 3 mini game and the cut scenes, I forgot what was even happening with the story.

  12. So here I am with a story I want to find out about and a game at which I am totally stuck. Make matches of three or more by joining the same colour tiles from any direction. Do this by combining the super tile with at least two of the colour you want to clear the board of. Examples - clear enough of one colour in one go to earn a tile that will clear the entire board of a colour. This game has many timed or limited move levels with no option to shut them off.

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