Trio - The Great Settlement
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Trio - The Great Settlement 

Free the colorful and cute Orbics in Trio - The Great Settlement Deluxe, an enchanting 3-in-a-row adventure for everyone. Orbics lived in peace until strange monsters invaded and imprisoned them. Two Orbics managed to escape, but they still need someone to free the rest of their friends, and rebuild their town. They also need to stay safe from any returning monsters. Will you help them?

  • help the cuddly Orbics in this special 3-in-a-row outing
  • play more than 70 colorful levels with unique physics-based game play
  • earn gold coins to construct new homes and create a paradise
  • win trophies, discover special items, and overcome obstacles
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Reviews of Trio - The Great Settlement
 | Added on: July 8, 2010
 
Fun and addictive but way too short and does not get really difficult. Maybe Trio II?
 | Added on: November 8, 2011
 
This is a fun and different type of Match 3 game. You have drop boxes of the same color so that they are touching. The game becomes more challenging as the levels progress. I would recommend it for people of all ages.
 | Added on: June 9, 2010
 
It was the appeal of the main characters that got me to buy this game, truly! Redrice especially! The first levels are easy so they draw you into the story as the solutions get harder as you progress. Clicking-off the bad guys in the bonus rounds are fun too!
 | Added on: August 2, 2010
 
An entertaining, fun, unique twist on match-3 ... only played 5 levels so far, but I'm addicted! Poor little Orbics are trapped in a crate and need to be released. * Over 70 levels in all! A match-3 type game with many challenges. Levels get harder as you play. Timed or Relaxed Mode. The crates move when other crates are placed on top, sometimes a rock-type ledge is in the way. Also, don't let crates stack too high or the machine arm has problems. Nice option to earn gold coins to buy houses on the island. Earn extra coins with treasure chests. Quite a lot of dialog to read ... great you can skip or just speed it up. Overall, I was pleasantly surprised of how fun this game is. Would be hours of fun for older kids whom understand the goals - entertaining for adults. Yes, this game could be replayed many times over.
 | Added on: June 7, 2010
 
I didn't think this game would be that challenging since it was under the "kids" but boy was I wrong - LOL! This also isn't like the typical match 3 games where you swap pieces. In this game they're actually called orbics and they kinda remind me of the Chuzzles the way they look except they're not fuzzy if you've ever played that game. Anyway they are inside of boxes and you have to drop them down on other orbics to make matches and you can't let them get up to the red line or the game is over and you have to start again. I put this on the "thinky" as opposed to "clicky" cause you do have to think where you drop them down to make matches. This is definitely challenging in a great way in my opinion as you progress in levels there are obstacles put in your way to keep from making matches. You can play this in relax mode or timed. I did the timed mode and had to redo a couple of levels. Also after each level depending how well you do you earn money to build back up the town. I think this is a fun and addictive game for both kids and adults. Five stars all the way in my book. Thank you Game House.
 | Added on: June 9, 2010
 
I almost did not try this Game because it was in the Kids section, but I'm so glad that I did. I have really enjoyed the tricky and unusual mode of play. It is on innovative, not like any other match three game I ever played. I also like the feeling of community that you get when you build a new home or other item for the community. It would be hard to not become addicted to this game. I recommend it very highly to everyone. I has quickly become my favorite.
 | Added on: June 10, 2010
 
Enjoyed the game, but was disappointed that it didn't harder and that the game ended so quickly. If you are really fast and can skip the story line, you could probably finish in an hour.
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