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Reviews of Galaxy Quest
Tayotae | Added on: April 2, 2012
 
The colors are pretty and bright. I sorry but I found this game to be boring and there is no Quest that I could find. However, the small children may like it.
Savannah | Added on: March 24, 2012
 
This Match 3 is a yawn. Nothing new. Just the typical use the left mouse button to change colors and shoot. I played the first 10 levels and quit because it was so boring and I like Match 3.
jacksparrow1031 | Added on: March 25, 2012
 
I am enjoying this game! I took a little bit to figure out how to use the weapons but now the game is really fun. I really like a different mode with Match 3. I enjoy the traditional match 3s but this takes things to a different leve.
GameDancer | Added on: March 27, 2012
 
This M3 game is more suitable for kids...adults will find this game non challenging...therefore my review is directed towards the "average" age group of ages 10-14. This is a fun game where this M3 game's premise is to rescue a friend and partner & its' crew thru 100 levels of M3 playing throughout the galaxy while meeting helpful ETs who give you power ups that you need to earn in order to complete this mission. Once completed ANOTHER 100 levels of Bonus Play appears along with many mini games of space adventure...hours of FUN. This is an ideal game for kids after their homework and chores are finished ;)) Other great games for kids are recommended below.
Hillbilly_Gal | Added on: April 23, 2012
 
I'm in my late 50's, married, have 17 children, 2 of which still live at home. My husband and I also have 14 grandchildren. I play computer games to relax after a busy day cleaning our home, doing laundry, doing yardwork, grocery shopping, running errands, etc. I purchased this game a few days ago and am now playing it for the 4th time. I'm addicted to this game. There is a definite trick to getting "gold" or "silver" on a level instead of getting stuck with "bronze." I have some of the levels figured out but I'll keep practicing until I get at least a "silver" on each level. I do get "gold" occasionally but I personally don't try to get "gold" ... if it happens then great, if not, oh well, I'm continuing to improve. I keep challenging myself to do better than the last time I played the level which I enjoy. The idea is to play this game as quickly as you can. In the upper right corner of the screen is what time is needed to obtain "gold" and what time is needed to obtain "silver." If it takes you longer than that to complete the level, you get "bronze." Tips: Do NOT aim a block so it hits the corner of another block because this destroys the block and will slow you down. Also, by right clicking on your mouse, you can change the color of the blocks but don't do this any more than you absolutely have to because this will also slow you down and ultimately cause you to possibly end up with a "bronze" instead of a "silver" or "gold." I have to add that there is dialog in this game between levels but I have no clue as to what the dialog says, whether it's interesting or boring, because I skip the dialog completely by quickly clicking on "play" in the lower right corner of the screen ... I don't want to read dialog, I just want to play the game.