Wild West Chase

Take on the roles of US Marshal Maverick and his Deputy Green McHorn and bring notorious gangster Bill "The Wild" Killwood and his Bloodbrothers gang to justice! Find all the essential evidence for your quest in entertaining Hidden Object scenes and solve challenging Match 3 levels to chase the bandits through the entire country. Prevail in action-laden duels to foil the gangsters' evil plans and don't fall for the gang's heinous diversions! Can you stay on the right track and bring the gang of outlaws to justice?

The goal of these levels is to remove the chips with the wood-colored background from the board by using the object pictured on that chip as part of a chain. To remove those you will have to make matches next to those blocked chips in order to free the chips underneath. But I also kept playing it until I finished it because I liked it so much. I think this would have been an awesome game if it were a regular Match 3 Game, enjoy partner! A chain of at least 8 is needed to generate a bomb on the board, and sometime I made a chain of more than that without reward - perhaps it depends what type of tiles the chain is made of? I have never played match 3 games before and did enjoy. A hint will point you to an object that you have not yet found. Prior to upgrading, it will only clear a row. Prior to upgrading, it will only clear a row. These can be used to remove several chips from an area at once by adding it to the end of the chain. Sorry I bought it. This level also has darker tiles. I did one string that went almost all across the board, lacking 1 tile on each end to go from side to side. I would have loved this Match 3 game if it wasn't a Click and Drag type match game which is my least favorite, requiring you to click on one tile and drag a continuous line up, down, left, right and even diagonally to match as many tiles as possible, within Limited Moves. You have reached the end of the Wild West Chase Walkthrough.

Wild West Chase — Level 52 Congratulations! I liked it but if you are looking for HO game, this is not it. As you play the game, you earn points. And the tiles don't have to be right next to each other, they can just be touching at a corner. This level also has darker tiles. The number of moves left can be seen at the top of the screen. TNT which destroys the entire board Dynamite destroys chips in a 5x5 cross Bomb destroys a 5x5 square There are the typical obstructions, Wooden Crates, Chains and even Double Chains to break by making matches of the same tiles chained or making matches near the obstructions. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by sc0tt1e from the more I played the better I liked it At first I thought it was kind of hokey - but it turned out to be a fun game. I have never seen a Match 3 game set up this way. These are nice breaks from playing the Match 3 all the time. There is a map showing your progress through the game but you can't replay levels, just have to start from the beginning again. Lots of locations. Some of the chains are also doubled and have to be matched twice to remove.

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No timer, but you do have to do it in a VERY generous amount of moves. Remove the chains by making a match with them. I'm also seriously thinking about playing it over again, maybe more than once. Of the powerups you can buy the only one I find to be much use is the axe, as you can choose Chicken Invaders 4: Ultimate Omelette Thanksgiving Edition to use it - the others all take out random tiles, though the rifle can be helpful. In order to make a chain, you will need to link at least three chips. I like it so much that I'm actually filling it in as my favorite game on the reviews I post. The hidden object scenes are so brilliantly clear that you don't have to strain to find something in a dark portion of the scene. You can purchase power-ups in the Shop, and upgrade the power-ups as well, however, you will have to reload them once you use them: Tomahawk which removes horizontal and vertical lines. This is absolutely the best game I've every played. Instead of switching tiles to make matches, you Wild West Chase lines through adjacent tiles to remove them. To remove these you will have to make a match Wild West Chase them two times. The HOS are not difficult and I required no hints on any of them. All in all it's a game which could have been My Downtown, but as soon as I completed it I did start over again so it must have something! This level also has boards on some tiles.

Lots of locations. And the tiles don't have to be right next to each other, they can just be touching at a corner. If I hadn't read reviews stating the moves being numbered enough to put me off, usually , I wouldn't even have noticed. But the sound effects were fun. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by fredandethel from Strategic chain matching The unusual thing about this game is that it allows diagonal matching, so although it has square tiles it has even more choice of moves than games with hexagonal tiles. Remove the chains by making one match with them. The spot with the large red X on it marks the level you are currently on. If you aren't an American West culture fan, then the theme and storyline of the game may turn you off. To remove these you will have to make a match with them two times. No timer, but you do have to do it in a VERY generous amount of moves. I have never seen a Match 3 game set up this way. And perhaps it won't be challenging enough for some players. Single chains can be removed by making a match with them one time. Wild West Chase — Level 52 Congratulations! The longer string of tiles you can connect, the more points you get.

You play 1 hidden object game then about Bejeweled type games, that change objections, before you can play another hidden object game. I was sorry the game ended, even though it lasted a long time. Avalon Legends Solitaire got bored and gave it up about half way through the game. I've already contacted the company to see when a sequel is coming out; they aren't sure yet as they are still getting feedback from this game. You have reached the end of the Wild West Chase Walkthrough.


But I did give the match 3 a try. Remove these by making a match next to them. Almost all the time you are stuck having to play match 3 games. No timer, but you do have to do it in a VERY generous amount of moves. I've already contacted the company to see when a sequel is coming out; they aren't sure yet as they are still getting feedback from this game. If I hadn't read reviews stating the moves being numbered enough to put me off, usually , I wouldn't even have noticed. But really prefer mostly HO puzzles which this didn't have many of. Upgrading a bomb means it will clear more adjacent tiles. Wish it was a longer game - I finished the whole thing in 2 sittings and it seemed to come to an abrupt end with a " to be continued" sign. I thought it was a HO game as advertise. I think this would have been an awesome game if it were a regular Match 3 Game, enjoy partner! Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by fredandethel from Strategic chain matching The unusual thing about this game is that it allows diagonal matching, so although it has square tiles it has even more choice of moves than games with hexagonal tiles. I played about half way then gave up.

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  1. You will earn more money for large matches and if the chain is really large, you earn a stick of dynamite at the end of the chain which can be used by clicking it or including it in another chain. Not the longest match 3 game I've played but it was refreshingly different and fun. But I did give the match 3 a try. There is a map showing your progress through the game but you can't replay levels, just have to start from the beginning again. Kids will like it but not for the serious HOGers.

  2. There is a map showing your progress through the game but you can't replay levels, just have to start from the beginning again. For me, the novelty of the way tiles are turned was enough to keep me interested well beyond the end of the game. Choose the option you want or continue the scene by resuming. I earned plenty of points to be able to upgrade all the power ups to the max. All in all it's a game which could have been better, but as soon as I completed it I did start over again so it must have something!

  3. Lantern which destroys a 5x5 square. Great job!!! Not the longest match 3 game I've played but it was refreshingly different and fun. Way to much reading not enough ho, each game does not change.

  4. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by sc0tt1e from the more I played the better I liked it At first I thought it was kind of hokey - but it turned out to be a fun game. Great need to have game on the computer for relaxation, mind exercise and internet down times. I think this game, however, would be great for children. I often like simple games to calm my mind, but this was to simple even for me. Lots of gun-play so if your sensitive to that you may not like it

  5. And the tiles don't have to be right next to each other, they can just be touching at a corner. Remove the chains by matching them. The bandits will appear randomly on the screen. I have never seen a Match 3 game set up this way.

  6. And the tiles don't have to be right next to each other, they can just be touching at a corner. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by fredandethel from Strategic chain matching The unusual thing about this game is that it allows diagonal matching, so although it has square tiles it has even more choice of moves than games with hexagonal tiles. You will earn more money for large matches and if the chain is really large, you earn a stick of dynamite at the end of the chain which can be used by clicking it or including it in another chain. I played about half way then gave up. I did one string that went almost all across the board, lacking 1 tile on each end to go from side to side.

  7. After completing a location, additional points are awarded for not using all the allowed moves and for the number of tiles connected. I played about half way then gave up. Upgrading a bomb means it will clear more adjacent tiles.

  8. But I did give the match 3 a try. If I hadn't read reviews stating the moves being numbered enough to put me off, usually , I wouldn't even have noticed. Using the points you win, you can purchase power ups.

  9. It's not really challenging - but it is fun Some of the chains are also doubled and have to be matched twice to remove. I often like simple games to calm my mind, but this was to simple even for me. The chips in the center are blocked by a boards.

  10. Lantern which destroys a 5x5 square. This just requires you to replay the grid. And perhaps it won't be challenging enough for some players. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by fredandethel from Strategic chain matching The unusual thing about this game is that it allows diagonal matching, so although it has square tiles it has even more choice of moves than games with hexagonal tiles. The spot with the large red X on it marks the level you are currently on.

  11. To nap this bad boy, you'll need to search Hidden Object Scenes for clues, and Match 3 games to earn some money. The shooting gallery game wasn't too hard, but I'm just a little slow with the touch pad so couldn't get a perfect score. Not a good game in my opinion. Hopefully there will be a part 2.

  12. The game includes HOS and a shooting gallery game. Easy to win money to buy your power-ups and a different twist on playing the match 3 process. Once in a while you can play a "shot-em-up" game, but that's about it. Limited moves means you need to think, but without time pressure. Wild West Chase — Level 52 Congratulations!

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