Circus Pomche
System Requirements
  • System Requirements
  • Windows XP / Windows 7 / Windows 8
  • 1.2 GHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 512 MB Ram
  • Uninstall instructions
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Circus Pomche 

Unravel mind-boggling puzzles to save the life of a helpless soul in Circus Pomche, a challenging 3D brain teaser.

Pomche just fulfilled his dream of building a pirate ship to go on a worldwide adventure. Little does he know that you should be careful what to wish for because now he finds himself on a truly challenging journey. Help him escape treacherous perils by solving magnificent 3D puzzles.

Tumble your way through 30 hearty levels in this sea-faring challenge. Maneuver blocks so as to construct the target shape provided to complete the level. Keep in mind that the blocks have certain movement restrictions, making it tougher than you think. It's all about skill, wisdom and a whole lot of fun. And with 16 extra Beat the Best levels, you can challenge friends and family for hours!

See if you have what it takes to solve these fantastic puzzles when you try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of Circus Pomche today!

  • Escape treacherous perils by solving magnificent 3D Puzzles.
  • Tumble your way through 30 hearty levels in this sea-faring challenge.
  • Maneuver blocks so as to construct the target shape provided.
  • Encounter elements that will hinder or assist in your progress.
  • Enjoy 16 extra Beat the Best levels to challenge friends and family.
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Reviews of Circus Pomche
 | Added on: February 15, 2011
This game starts out very fun and original. While it stays original, the fun quickly fades. Only a few boards in I was so confused on how to move the colored tiles that I just gave up. The "help" pages really don't live up to their title. I love the premise of this game, but feel it could have done a much better job at explaining and helping than it did. Glad it was just the demo I was playing and that this difficulty was introduced early.
 | Added on: February 15, 2011
I agree with the first review. You don't have that much experience yet with only completing one level to finish the next level in the time frame. Even though they give you a way to earn extra time it is so disruptive to the game play to make it annoying. I gave up out of frustration.
 | Added on: February 10, 2011
I've played many games, but this is a puzzle variation I haven't encountered before. You have cubes with different traits and rules applied to them, and you need to stack them move by move to match the template shown for each level, which is harder that it sounds. I totally loved the first level of this game, but be forewarned... while the first level is not timed, the second is! There's a very sharp learning curve between the first and second levels, and I was a bit upset about this, as it brought my playing session to an abrupt halt when I started getting frustrated with the second level. :-)
 | Added on: February 23, 2011
I loved the first level. It was original and made you think. But the second level was timed, and even though I could see what I needed to do, I didn't have nearly enough time to complete them. It does drop coins to give you added time, but I found I wasn't able to click on most of the coins and it totally disrupted the game. I was very frustrated that I couldn't continue on. I also hated the part where you had to click on the rain drops to continue. It's a great game, but the "added features" need to go.
 | Added on: February 17, 2011
The game has a very original premise, it is challenging. Yes the 1st level has no time limit. The second level onwards the difficulty increases. But the camera movement is good, you can turn the whole 360 deg. and see the puzzle from all angles, that make is understandable. I would recommend it to gamers who love challenges.
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