Fantasy MosaicsFantasy Mosaics
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Reviews of Fantasy Mosaics
 | Added on: January 21, 2015
I've played all 5 in the Fantasy Mosaic series and am hungry for more!
 | Added on: February 20, 2014
Mosaics are my favorite games & have played all I can fiind - love this one !! It gives you enough mistakes if you want although die hard players must play each puzzle until no mistakes are made - you know who you are ! There is a lovely Japanese garden at the end of each level to which items are added. The cursor does not stay on the line as well as some other games when you are pulling it across (my only concern) & I am off to buy.
 | Added on: February 24, 2014
I love this game! I have never played a game like it before. It is very relaxing, no time limit to beat, but at the same time it is a really thinky game. Very nice - I could play for hours. Definitely a pleasant change from the same old games that are normally released.
 | Added on: February 24, 2014
I really enjoyed this set of mosaics. They are not as difficult as some others out there, so maybe that is why I enjoyed them so much. These mosaics are easier because for example, if you must find the position of four sets of two in a row and you have already found just one of those sets, the game will tell you which set of two you have found, making it easier to determine where the other sets must go. A lot of mosaic games will not give you that information. I also enjoyed the fantasy pictures behind the mosaic sets. What I did not like was that the numbers outside the rows and columns are not highlighted when you are working on that row or column. I made several mistakes by thinking the numbers in the adjacent column were the ones I should be working. The largest mosaic was 20 x 15, but to the developers credit, the boxes did not get smaller as the grids got larger. In some mosaics I feel like I need a magnifying glass to see the larger grids. As you finish each set of grids, items are added to your garden, which is fun to see, even though it gets a bit over crowded. All in all, this is a very enjoyable set of mosaics. The puzzles are all solveable with the hints given if you pay attention, and that makes it fun. I whole heartedly recommend this series.
 | Added on: February 21, 2014
I'm in my early 60's, married, with kids and grandkids. I play computer games to relax at the end of another busy day of cleaning our home, cooking, laundry, running errands, etc. This game is for me rather stressful, trying to solve the puzzles takes me several tries, not what I call fun or relaxing. I deleted this game after I tried 3 times to solve the third puzzle without success. If you make too many mistakes, you have to repeat the level. Nope, this game is not for me! When puzzles are this difficult in only the third level, count me out, I've lost interest. There is no artistic drawings, the music is boring and monotonous, and nothing to peak my interest in continuing and no encouragement. There are what they call hints but it's a very brief little sparkle but you have to be quick to see it before it disappears. At my age, I'm not fast at anything anymore, I had to be fast for over 55 years, now I enjoy taking my time which includes looking for the hint. You are given a number that you roll you mouse over the blocks to select them. If you're into this kind of game, give this a try. You might like it more than I did. For me, I'm not going to waste my valuable time or money on buying or playing this game any more. Even our 8 year old granddaughter hates this game she says.
 | Added on: February 28, 2014
Starts easy gets harder!! Only thing I didn't like was having to right click for empty space. Also wish there were more levels with 25 to 30 count spaces.

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