tamryn | Added on: December 17, 2013
I'm adding this one to my go to list of relaxing games. I found everything about this game enjoyable and stress-free. If your into challenging & fast paced this isn't the game for you. Although, the HO puzzles were a bit tricky! It's also very kid friendly and would be fun to play along with them.
cat_in_rv | Added on: December 17, 2013
I expected this Match 3 to be slanted toward kids because of the subject matter: i.e., building a town for friendly ghosts. But I was wrong. While the subject matter is certainly kid friendly, most of the games are not. The Match 3 play itself gets fairly complicated and quite difficult if using the timer. In this case I think the game is more enjoyable in relaxed mode without the timer. Additionally, the hidden object scenes are quite difficult. Some of the objects to be found have only a very small piece showing. A couple of them I couldn't see even after using a hint. However ther mahjong games are very easy--quite a contrast. Of course for me the most enjoyable part of all is building the town. In addition to buildings you also have streetcars, a train and train station, a ship, a mine, etc. Watching the town take shape was great fun. This Match 3 should definitely be on your list, but younger children will need help.
31293353 | Added on: January 31, 2014
This game has icons that are difficult to differentiate and the ghost thing is pretty juvenile.
higg5083 | Added on: December 14, 2013
If you are a match 3 fan then this definitely is a game that you will love. The actual matching aspect is fast, which is what makes or breaks a matching game for me, along with being able to slide your tiles instead of having to click and release on each tile to swap them. As your game play progresses you use the money you've won to build up the town for the ghosts. Some of the buildings themselves generate money to help in the process. Another big bonus to this game were the different types of games included in the play, for instance mah jong and different types of match 3 games. All in all this was a well thought out, well developed game to sit down and have fun with.
Desertsong | Added on: January 14, 2014
I agree with kat_in_rv on this. Kids will have a hard time finding the HOs and once you've advanced in the match 3 levels, the game requires quite a bit of thought to figure out how to get to the completely blocked coins. But it's cute, well drawn and the theme is kid-friendly. I found it addictive.