Eco Match
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Eco Match 

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Save the planet one match at a time in Eco Match Deluxe, a colorful puzzle challenge that reminds you, it's keen to be green! Travel the world on a series of assignments designed to save endangered species, restore vanishing forests, clean up pollution, and more in over 100 levels of ecological puzzle action. A global adventure of fantastic fun for all ages, play Eco Match Deluxe today!

  • over 100 puzzling levels
  • three types of 3-in-a-row challenges: Swap, Drop, and Flood
  • complete 21 earth-saving projects
  • earn unique power-ups
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 | Added on: February 1, 2010
Not my cup of tea at all. I found this boring and repetetive, and can see why there have been no reviews. No one has gotten past the hour free play. The only positive thing I can say is it is a good game for kids.
 | Added on: May 6, 2011
I had some trouble getting into this game, it just was too simple. If you are into environmental issues, this game is for you. There are 3 types of match 3 gameplay: the standard swapping pieces, a drop mode where you drop the piece you are holding to make a match of 3, and flood mode where you remove large groups of pieces by clicking on the group. Every level the mode changes. Another nice thing is that the pieces come in from different directions on different levels.
 | Added on: July 19, 2010
Can get more difficult if you strive to master. Love the different types of phases. Takes concentration, attention. and planning to get to the highest levels. It has quickly come to be one of my favorites.
 | Added on: July 9, 2010
Really sweet little game, very cute little animals and great graphics. What makes this different to most M3 games is how you achieve you goals. One of three types of M3 gameplans (group, replace and swap). Nice little power ups, but no big explosives (blast!) I do love big bangs in M3 (sad but true) I think the programmers really put some effort into this game, for instance you can pick different languages (not everyone's first language is English afterall), you can turn off the hints and even the options menu has little ladybirds as buttons (that wiggle their legs). Definately worth the download to try, cute and fun ~ you can't go wrong!
 | Added on: April 2, 2010
This review contains some minor game play tips, so if you want to figure everything out for yourself don't read it all the way through. First, the genre of "kids" is wrong for this game. The text between levels is way too difficult for a child to read. Second, and another reason this game is not for chidren, is that the text of the game contains hideous grammar. There are fragments, misspellings, and misused words. I would agree to the 'kids' genre if the grammar was corrected and the text was made simpler. The actual game is FANTASTIC! The text is interesting, and the variety in the levels is refreshing. I'm playing timed mode, and some of the levels are extremely difficult. You have to think quickly about where to click to get the right pieces to move to the right places. The levels do actually get a little easier about half way through the game, when the time is increased from 5 minutes to 10 minutes, and with the added bonuses. One of the BEST features of the game is possibly one that is overlooked. It is an extremely accessible game. People who have trouble with colors and people who have low vision would still be able to play the game, because when you don't pass a level and you replay it, you get different pictures/icons/colors, so if you can't see it well one time, play it a few times and eventually you'll have something you can see easily. Plus, the sounds of the game can signal to you how well you're doing, especially on the "flood" levels, as the bigger groups make different sounds than the smaller groups. As with most match 3 games however, the pieces under the chains are visually hard to identify. I downloaded this as a free game of the day but I will be purchasing it soon. However, I can't give it 5 stars because of the horrid grammar. Game play tips: Focus on removing the chains first. On the "drop" levels, sometimes it is better to make matches faster than it is to get the piece you need, because cascades will help finish the level. Also, wait til the graphics stop moving then look at the piece under your cursor. If there are no matches available with the piece you pick up, it will change what piece you are holding. If you click things in the right way on the "flood" levels you can get large numbers of ECoins. Try to click so that the coin groups are made larger.
 | Added on: November 5, 2010
Generally I don't like match 3 games but this one is different. All of the puzzles are not the usual swap pieces. There are many different ways to match 3 and I love it. You have the option of playing in a relaxed mode or a timed mode. I like the relaxed mode if I'm not in the mood to be challenged. It is relaxing. The graphics are very good and it is very informative with the little narrative before each game. Definitely a winner in my book.
 | Added on: June 10, 2010
great game, enjoy it very much, game can make the time pass very quickly
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