Laruaville 9

Your favorite ghosts are back with a challenging new set of puzzles! This time, the ghosts visit the ancient world where a mighty and warlike emperor, Spiritus I, awoke after a long sleep with a desire to conquer the world. After long negotiations, the ghosts have offered to build him a beautiful palace. It seems like Spiritus has agreed to put the world-conquering aside, but he wants to oversee the building of the palace himself...

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There's also a Demon Match 3 game available on a split board that requires playing against the Demon as you take turns making matches. There is a vague tutorial given in the beginning that really just points to the targeted goal, and I've read a lot of comments on previous games that complain about this lack of tutorials. From the start the gameplay is advanced with a few mouse tips and a guidebook icon located at the top of each level. Optional bonus levels are included and there are no time restrictions. I immediately downloaded it, played 3 boards, and bought it. If you are a new player to this series it might be very frustrating at first. I love this series. There is also a game of mahjong that has been added to the usual solitaire, spot the difference, and hidden object. Keep them coming I say. Coins are collected when you make a Match 3 or more adjacent to them. To those who have been frustrated by learning how to play this game, please do NOT forget to click on the question mark in the upper left corner for some terrific instructions and illustrations showing how to play. Its going to be a long game by my 'game progress bar' anyway. This is a very eye pleasing, very cute, but extremely clever game where you must remove all coins from the board by matching next to them. I play on Limited Moves for the extra brain work without the timer.

Five stars all the way for me. I still love the strategy involved as the levels increase. They are fun!!!! If you loved all of the games in this series, you'll love this one too!!!! Also there are "dammed" coins where if you collect them you have to start the level over again. Nothing else compares to them, IMO. So a couple of new features, lots of levels, and a good time back with old favourites. There are plenty of obstacles to make the goal more difficult in each level, but overcoming those obstacles only matters if they are preventing you from getting to the coins. Bring 'em on!! Love those little ghosts also. There is a vague tutorial given in the beginning that really just points to the targeted goal, and I've read a lot of comments on previous games that complain about this lack of tutorials. Keep them coming I say. I also play the casual level to play a relaxing game. I don't know about the rest of the fans of this series but I find this one to be easier than some of the other ones.

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Love those little ghosts also. Five stars all the way for me. All the game tiles are new to fit with the aim of turning stones to gold in the greater 'ghost mission' For anyone who hasn't played. They are fun!!!! But once you get the hang of it, it is fun with the right amount of challenge Shadow Wolf Mysteries: Tracks of Terror have an enjoyable experience. Still love the side games. Love those little ghosts also. Cannons that appear on levels can be activated each time you make an adjacent Larauville and making a match adjacent to Laruafille Laruaville 9 will also start a chain reaction as tiles continue to burn as you make matches strategically. Your host are quite funny ghosts who banter and lighten up the journey with building and achieving various missions. What a pleasant surprise to have a new one. I have had to resort to this book on several occasions during the last 7 games because as you progress, there's a whole slew of obstacles or coins that seem impossible to get to without doing something specific or creating a specific Power-up. As you Laruaville 9, you will unlock re-playable Match 3 levels in the Bonus Section. I also like the hints.

I always remind new players that it's all about the coins. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by gilly85 from A fun challenge for all abilities The Laruaville games with their little ghosts and their world are a joy. It is such a joy to play, smooth matches, clever action from bonuses and often surprises in what is needed to win the level but there is a relaxed mode and also timed and limited moves to choose For those who have the others in the series: what's new? Five stars all the way for me. Nothing else compares to them, IMO. Still love the side games. A Match 5 earns you a Small Rocket you can right-click to rotate it's direction either horizontally or vertically A Match 6 earns you an Amulet destroys 15 random tiles Bombs are located on some levels that will start a chain reaction when you make a match next to it. These three M3 games are so unique and by far my very favorite M3 games. I forget sometimes where I am supposed to go and they help. I play on Limited Moves for the extra brain work without the timer. I have all of them and the Cursed House series. Keep them coming I say. Bring 'em on!! I still love the strategy involved as the levels increase.

Laruacille that appear on levels can be activated each time you make an adjacent match and Laruavile a match adjacent to a Torch Mah Jong Quest III: Balance of Life also start a chain reaction as tiles continue to burn as you make matches strategically. I absolutely all of the games in this series. They are fun!!!! Great game for the whole family. Coins are collected when you make a Match 3 or more adjacent to them. What a pleasant Laruaville 9 to have a new one. This is a very eye pleasing, very cute, but extremely clever game where you must remove all coins from the board by matching next to them. Customer Reviews Laruaville 8 is rated 3. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by gilly85 from A fun challenge for all abilities The Laruaville games with their little ghosts and their world Laruaville 9 a joy. This is a very eye pleasing, very cute, but extremely clever game where you must remove all coins from the board by matching next to them. Its going to be a long game by my 'game progress bar' anyway.


Love those little ghosts also. There's also a Demon Match 3 game available on a split board that requires playing against the Demon as you take turns making matches. I also play the casual level to play a relaxing game. No buying extra power-ups, it's win them on the board or go without. This one still excites. The added bonus games of the dreaded Damned coins, plus the board played against an evil but seemingly generous at times opponent, can be played whenever you need a break. I forget sometimes where I am supposed to go and they help. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by gilly85 from A fun challenge for all abilities The Laruaville games with their little ghosts and their world are a joy. What a pleasant surprise to have a new one. I never expect a Cursed House except around Halloween. Love those little ghosts also. Bring 'em on!! From the start the gameplay is advanced with a few mouse tips and a guidebook icon located at the top of each level. Eventually, there are Sand Coins that require 2 adjacent matches to remove, Frozen Coins that require fire to melt them, Locked Coins that require matches between the locked coin and the Key Coin, Mold Shapes that require Gold Drops to fill the coin, and Vials that need to be filled with Liquid Drops. I absolutely all of the games in this series.

12 thoughts on “Laruaville 9

  1. So a couple of new features, lots of levels, and a good time back with old favourites. Personally, I like the in-game help - even though I have been playing this series for a very long time. I love anything in this series. I never expect a Cursed House except around Halloween. I have had to resort to this book on several occasions during the last 7 games because as you progress, there's a whole slew of obstacles or coins that seem impossible to get to without doing something specific or creating a specific Power-up.

  2. If you are a new player to this series it might be very frustrating at first. Customer Reviews Laruaville 8 is rated 3. As you progress, you will unlock re-playable Match 3 levels in the Bonus Section. I don't know about the rest of the fans of this series but I find this one to be easier than some of the other ones.

  3. This is from the same developer that makes the popular series Cursed House and Spellarium. No buying extra power-ups, it's win them on the board or go without. Over the past couple of weeks I've been wishing we'd get a new Laruaville or Spellarium.

  4. I forget sometimes where I am supposed to go and they help. To those who have been frustrated by learning how to play this game, please do NOT forget to click on the question mark in the upper left corner for some terrific instructions and illustrations showing how to play. This is from the same developer that makes the popular series Cursed House and Spellarium.

  5. There is also a game of mahjong that has been added to the usual solitaire, spot the difference, and hidden object. Only got through one at this point but I never give up. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by gilly85 from A fun challenge for all abilities The Laruaville games with their little ghosts and their world are a joy. I'm always excited to see what new features have been added and I'm never disappointed. The quality and fun have not diminished over the years.

  6. Mah-jong and Solitaire are interim to the levels along with the usual hidden object and spot the difference games - what is there to not love. The added bonus games of the dreaded Damned coins, plus the board played against an evil but seemingly generous at times opponent, can be played whenever you need a break. Bring 'em on!! Hard to tell if it lets you win sometimes or not lol.

  7. I immediately downloaded it, played 3 boards, and bought it. Concentrate on eliminating them above all else, no matter what else is happening on the board. I have all of them and the Cursed House series.

  8. I immediately downloaded it, played 3 boards, and bought it. Optional bonus levels are included and there are no time restrictions. Keep them coming I say. I have all of them and the Cursed House series.

  9. I have all of them and the Cursed House series. Nothing else compares to them, IMO. There's also a Demon Match 3 game available on a split board that requires playing against the Demon as you take turns making matches.

  10. Hard to tell if it lets you win sometimes or not lol. Over the past couple of weeks I've been wishing we'd get a new Laruaville or Spellarium. All the game tiles are new to fit with the aim of turning stones to gold in the greater 'ghost mission' For anyone who hasn't played. Coins are collected when you make a Match 3 or more adjacent to them. Enjoy the ghosts of Laruaville!

  11. There is a vague tutorial given in the beginning that really just points to the targeted goal, and I've read a lot of comments on previous games that complain about this lack of tutorials. There are a few new elements with this edition where you can choose the direction of the rockets which clears the line of obstacles. I still love the strategy involved as the levels increase.

  12. You will make your way through fog by matching tiles, you let droplets come down to fill containers which explode, and you have rockets that take off and remove coins. The added bonus games of the dreaded Damned coins, plus the board played against an evil but seemingly generous at times opponent, can be played whenever you need a break. These games, no matter how similar they seem, are always a fun challenge for me. I forget sometimes where I am supposed to go and they help. I love anything in this series.

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