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!

Clever use of obstacles and elemental effects. It also has faster play action than the others meaning that you can get to the next level quicker. There are people, who say this game is just like the laruaville-game by the same developer. 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. I am now playing it quite a while, and behalve of the basic gameplay like there are obstacles etc. Excellent variety and frequency of power-ups. 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. I could be wrong about this. It's not so hard you get disgusted and quit but it's not super simple. They nailed this too. For added variety the match 3 games are interspersed with Solitaire and Find the Difference. 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. I play daily. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by moonlanding from Adventure Match 3 I am really enjoying this match 3 game. It has good graphics, nice Music and a lot of Gimmicks.

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I am now playing it quite a while, and behalve of the basic gameplay like there Zumas Revenge obstacles etc. Taking different aspects from each of the Laruaville games the game has moved Spelarium with the times. The best way to look at Spellarium is by example. It has good graphics, nice Music and a lot of Gimmicks. Another very important aspect is Lost Island: Mahjong Adventure you be able to Spellqrium tiles while others are still falling. Would love to see another of Spellarium. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by nixmary from my total Dolphin Dice Slots match 3 I have played this at least 10 times and it never gets old and remains a challenge. Each of these obstacles require specific items to destroy, you may need to fill bottles with liquid, fill in coins with liquid gold, Spellarium keys towards locks, move coin halves to make a whole coin or even Tradewinds Classic a cannon. 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 Spellarium to thaw them - the fire must be transferred from its seat to the frozen coin but Spellarium pass through the water troughs!!! I would have wished for the storyline that the Spelllarium 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 board is filled with colored icons, you Art Mogul to click and switch them around to make matches of three or more. The one thing I really do NOT Spellarium 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. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by moonlanding Sepllarium Adventure Match 3 I am really enjoying this match 3 game. It's lots of fun. It's a lot like Cursed House which is also a great game.

Offering so many different aspects to the game-play I never become bored and can replay this to my hearts content. Lava blocks that can only be destroyed by matching over its' source, likewise for the green mass plus gold drops, explosive liquid drops, keys to locks Another very important aspect is that you be able to move tiles while others are still falling. Clever use of obstacles and elemental effects. Fast and exciting swapping that doesn't rely on reflexes. I am now playing it quite a while, and behalve of the basic gameplay like there are obstacles etc. You must help Eric restore the Altar of 6 Elements and heal our world. 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. At its foundation Spellarium is a tile-swapping puzzle game. There are people, who say this game is just like the laruaville-game by the same developer. The game moves along nicely and has a satisfying ending. And while it is true that this game is very similar to the Laruaville games, even down to the card game and the "spot the difference" scenes, this is not a negative to those of us who love Laruaville. Matches of 4 tiles will earn Dynamite that explodes to destroy those nasty ladybugs or set off chain reaction bombs, Matches of 6 tiles earn a Star that targets all tiles of the same kind as matched with, and Matches of 7 will give you a whole pack of Dynamite.

The match 3 games are hard, but you do have power-ups to use. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Scobeaux from They nailed the Spellarium things The most important aspect of an M3 game, to me, is that the tiles be easily distinguishable. 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 Campgrounds III Collectors Edition twists. If you are a fan of Lauraville, you will love this challenging game as well. Except I am pretty sure they drop one in randomly if you have failed at a level several times because Spellarium don't want you to fail too Spellarium times. 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. Outside of its everything-goes-in design Vagrant Hearts, Spellarium plays like a fast paced match-3 game. The Spellarium has disappeared, causing our world to decay, so Eric the wizard has been sent by Spellarium gods to work with "The One On The Other Side" to fix that which is broken.


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The game play is extremely fluid. 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. I enjoy this game immensely! It's not so hard you get disgusted and quit but it's not super simple. You can play in Relaxed, Limited Time or Limited Moves modes, and I gotta tell ya, this is a challenging Match 3 game right from the get go. Would love to see another of Spellarium. I play daily. It has good graphics, nice Music and a lot of Gimmicks. Lava blocks that can only be destroyed by matching over its' source, likewise for the green mass plus gold drops, explosive liquid drops, keys to locks 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. Thumbs up! The mini games are fun. I like fast moving games that I can play thru quickly and skip sections that I don't care for. I am now playing it quite a while, and behalve of the basic gameplay like there are obstacles etc. The graphics are very nice.

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by moonlanding from Adventure Match 3 I am really enjoying this match 3 game. Clever use of obstacles and elemental effects. The others sort of lag or you have to do something to proceed. 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. 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. Match four shapes and you get a hunk of dynamite, allowing you to blow up nearby pieces as well as clear out ice chunks, clouds, clods of dirt, or even seemingly immovable barriers. 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. Spellarium is my favorite so far. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by gyanda from wonderful nice new moves! The Bad Some of the mini-game diversions feel unnecessary. 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. The board is filled with colored icons, you have to click and switch them around to make matches of three or more.

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  1. The game play is extremely fluid. They nailed this too. 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.

  2. There are people, who say this game is just like the laruaville-game by the same developer. Matches of 4 tiles will earn Dynamite that explodes to destroy those nasty ladybugs or set off chain reaction bombs, Matches of 6 tiles earn a Star that targets all tiles of the same kind as matched with, and Matches of 7 will give you a whole pack of Dynamite. Except I am pretty sure they drop one in randomly if you have failed at a level several times because they don't want you to fail too many times.

  3. Except I am pretty sure they drop one in randomly if you have failed at a level several times because they don't want you to fail too many times. Spellarium represents something of an apex of this process in the match-3 genre. The board is filled with colored icons, you have to click and switch them around to make matches of three or more. Would love to see another of Spellarium.

  4. It also has faster play action than the others meaning that you can get to the next level quicker. Thumbs up! Match four shapes and you get a hunk of dynamite, allowing you to blow up nearby pieces as well as clear out ice chunks, clouds, clods of dirt, or even seemingly immovable barriers.

  5. I can skip the mini games unless I feel like doing them. 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. The Bad Some of the mini-game diversions feel unnecessary. Taking different aspects from each of the Laruaville games the game has moved forward with the times.

  6. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by gyanda from wonderful nice new moves! I like fast moving games that I can play thru quickly and skip sections that I don't care for. Rated 5 out of 5 by Boomer from Fun Game This game was so much fun. I play daily.

  7. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by gyanda from wonderful nice new moves! The others sort of lag or you have to do something to proceed. The best way to look at Spellarium is by example. I enjoy this game immensely! 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.

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