Posts Tagged ‘match 3’
Posted by STGuy1040 on April 30, 2013 under Euro, News, Portables
CoderChild and EnjoyUp Games have released new screenshots for their latest Nintendo 3DS title, Dress To Play: Magic Bubbles! Dress To Play: Magic Bubbles! will be available on the eShop for both America and Europe. Dress To Play: Magic Bubbles Screenshots: ... more.
Posted by H2oelemental on October 16, 2012 under PC, Reviews
Have you been looking for a game that you can dive into? Fishdom 3 by Playrix is the game for you. Playrix has revamped Fishdom. You still match 3 or more tiles and clear the board. Some tiles may have to be cleared two times. They may be silver or gold. If it's a gold tile, once you clear it once, you will find a silver tile underneath it. There are many obstacles including dirt blocks, c... more.
Posted by H2oelemental on November 26, 2010 under PC, Reviews
Hooked on Fishdom and want more? Fishdom's Seasons Under the Sea will reel you in. Playrix has another hit by combining 3 great Fishdom games, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. Upon starting the game, you will get your choice of timed or relaxed and three tanks, Tank-or-Treat, Tanksgiving, or Deep Sea Cheer. Each tank has fish and decorations that correspond to its season. Tank... more.
Posted by Triverse on April 24, 2010 under Mac, PC
Deep Blue Sea 2 by The Game Equation, is a unique match 3 game, one that bucks the norm and gives players the option of doing some hidden object searching (which is actually well implemented). The Game Equation took 2 years to develop, polish and tweaking and it shows in the final game. Taking on the role of Melissa, you embark on a search for her older sibling, Jessica who went missing tw... more.
Posted by Triverse on January 27, 2010 under Mac, PC
The Game Equation has just announced that they are working on Deep Blue Sea 2, a match 3 and hidden object combination game for Mac and PC and the direct sequel to the successful Deep Blue Sea. Scenes and levels are based on various places such as exotic locales and even an underwater city (could this be the fabled lost Atlantis?). The, over 200 levels of, match 3 levels of this seafaring advent... more.
Posted by Triverse on January 22, 2010 under Mac, PC
Reflexive Entertainment has just announced Simplz: Zoo for the PC and Mac computers. Simplz: Zoo is a combination of two different genres, simulation and puzzle blended together with that trademark Reflexive style. Being put in charge of a small zoo, gamers are required to make their zoo the No. 1 zoo in the world. Picking the animals, exhibits and layout of the zoo is just the start of Simplz:... more.
Posted by Triverse on January 2, 2010 under News
Here at Pixel Perfect Gaming, we are big fans of Playrix titles, including the Splashdom series (Frosty Splash and Harvest Splash reviews). Playrix recently celebrated their 5th birthday in gaming, after checking out their site, grabbing some of their games and getting lost in them, it is not hard to understand why they have been around so long. Here we have an interview of Dmitri Bukhman, Pr... more.
Posted by Triverse on December 27, 2009 under News, PC
Playrix Entertainment has just announced their Platinum Pack of games, this comes with 12 of their top rated games and a savings of 71% and is for a limited time (no cut-off date has been announced so hurry while it is still going good). “Playrix Platinum Pack was created with our fans in mind”, said Igor Bukhman, Playrix’s President, Products. “We believe that this offer is a perfect h... more.
Posted by Triverse on November 25, 2009 under News, PC
iParenting Media Awards, an online site for parents and parents to be and also a part of the Disney Online network of sites, has just bestowed upon Playrix the honor of Fishdom being deemed the best Video Game of 2009. What makes this such a big announcement is that iParenting Media Awards is the ONLY certified product review and awards program in the industry (this isn't some award handed out b... more.
Posted by Triverse on November 5, 2009 under PC
Shockwave.com, a leading casual gaming site is now enabling gamers to take on sea creatures at great depths, conquer a jungle and even show off their hairstyling skills with this week's series of games. Deep tasks the player with fighting off other creatures in the ocean depths. This is a slightly confusing title but still is challenging, worth at least a try, it is free (which you may fi... more.
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