System Requirements
  • System Requirements
  • Windows XP / Windows 7 / Windows 8
  • 2.0 GHz Pentium 4 or equivalent
  • 1024 MB Ram
  • Uninstall instructions
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Save a small village from a menacing drought in Ubongo, a fun gaming experience for the entire family.

In Kanu's home town, a legend exists that long ago a warrior asked the gods to provide this hamlet with plenty of water for sustenance. The gods complied and gave him gems with magical powers that would ensure the town's prosperity. Recently, something changed and the gems are no longer working properly, turning the town into a desert wasteland. Can Kanu figure out what is wrong? Join Kanu on this wonderful adventure to save his town from the dreaded drought, and figure out whom or what caused it. Play a fantastic version based on the hit board game that involved solving tangram puzzles and collecting gems.

Try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of the Ubongo today!

  • Collect gems to help a village in this fun adventure based on the classic Board game.
  • Solve tangram-style puzzles to uncover the entertaining mystery.
  • Play against computer opponents or friends.
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Reviews of Ubongo
 | Added on: September 10, 2012
This game started with no explanations. There were no instructions on how to play the game, the timer, or anything. It took awhile just to figure out how to turn or reverse each piece to be placed in the puzzle frame. And you only have 30 seconds to complete each puzzle box, or you lose. I got better at it as I became more familiar with the controls, but even if you win, the game really doesn't go anywhere. It's a plain simple setup with minimal animation of any kind. I'm not sure even kids would like it.
 | Added on: September 15, 2012
This is a very different game. It combines a puzzle aspect with a logic aspect. It is very fast paced with a little bit of a story along with it. I played it until the end and was kind of disapointed with the ending. It would have been nice to see a reuinification with the boy's village after he saves them. From beginging to end it takes less than two hours, but if you enjoy it, it is very replayable. The graphics are very simpilistic. My 4 year old granddaughter really likes it, but cannot get past the half way point.
 | Added on: September 14, 2012
Since I enjoy puzzle games, I decided I would try out this game - bad idea! This game is very bland, you play 9 rounds per character of a puzzle, fitting shaped pieces into a larger shape. The difficulty seems to have no order. Some puzzles were extremely challenging, while others were extremely easy. There were no instructions for the controls, which made it harder at first. The game itself is to collect gems, while doing the puzzle, and to get more gems then the computer player. This task is repeated with multiple characters. It's quite tedious. The graphics aren't very well either, and I skipped most of the dialogue because I didn't like the graphics. Simply, this game is tedious, and becomes boring quite quickly. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone, not even a kid.
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