Safari QuestSafari Quest
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Reviews of Safari Quest
 | Added on: August 2, 2012
gr8 game for those new 2 M3Gs. fun graphics-luv the music. fairly easy, and no time limit. i luv M3Gs and like playing this game. the power ups were helpful. all in all a cute game...
 | Added on: July 17, 2012
I should love this game. The graphics are excellent, and the animal power-ups are fun. You also have a choice of three kinds of matching styles, so you can play your favorite. But all of the levels (at least in the hour trial) are pretty much the same. it just seems a very routine, ho-hum kind of match game, especially if you've played a lot of match 3 games. But if you are new to match games, or are looking for a great kids' game, give this one a try.
 | Added on: July 16, 2012
I didn't particularly like this game. There is no story line to speak of, and the rules were not well explained. You have four animal companions, who you have to release by allowing them to descend through the playing field and out the bottom. Then they can use their "powers" to help you. But there are also reeds to get through as well as quotas for certain of the stones. These are not discussed at all, but I belatedly figured it out by looking at the top of the page where there is a count down for specific stones for each game. Younger children may enjoy this game from the animal perspective, but it is a very simplistic match three with colors that are often difficult to distinguish.
 | Added on: July 16, 2012
This is a very simple match 3 game with 3 different methods of removing squares. It is suitable for younger children, but the graphics are too simplistic, so may not hold their interest for long. I was expecting a more exciting game !
 | Added on: September 24, 2012
I like the game. It is something you can come home from work and not add more frustration to your day. It is really nice you can change the way you play the game in the 3 modes; swap, chain and group. I've played it twice and I'm sure I will continue playing. My grandaughter enjoys playing too( she is 5). It is really wierd the girl looks so bored in the picture. Maybe they wanted to make her look satisfied, but really missed the mark. Actually it is the only thing that bugs me. So all in all it is very enjoyable.
 | Added on: August 11, 2012
I'm in my late 50's, married, full time housewife, mother of 17 children, 15 grandchildren with 3 more on the way later this year. I play computer games to relax after another day of cleaning our large home, cooking, baking, yard work, running errands, etc. I love this game which I play in relaxed mode. This is an unusual game in that you can play the traditional method of swapping blocks to make a match 3, or you can drag your cursor to make a match 3 or more, or you can click on clusters of 3 or more. You can use only one method or switch between the 3 at any time. I personally switch between them because I get finished with each level faster then I get more points. Be sure to take advantage of the 4 animals at the bottom of the screen because they help you finish a level faster by way of their "power" if you want to call it that. The pictures in the background of the various animals you would see on a safari in close-up view are wonderful. I don't play any computer game with sound because sound makes my daily headache worse so I'm unable to comment about the sound in this game ... I don't have a clue. I played the one hour trial of this game then I enjoyed it so much that I purchased Safari Quest. Three days later of spending about 4 hours a day playing this game, I completed it. I'm now playing Safari Quest again using a different name to see if I can get a better score. The first time I play with my first name, the second time I play using the name "Mom" and the third time I play with the name "Granny." (I do this with every game that I enjoy and play regularly.) I strongly recommend that if you enjoy playing Match 3 games that you give this game a try. If you do not enjoy playing Match 3 games, give this game a try anyway ... you may change your mind. But be sure to keep an open mind while playing the free trial of this game. Do not convince yourself that you don't like it before you've played the entire hour trial of this game because I'll guarantee that you won't like it ... you've just convinced yourself of it.
 | Added on: July 22, 2012
This game had lovely graphics, but I eventually hit a puzzle that I just could not solve. I guess I will have to create a new player and start over. Very frustrating because you are not allowed to restart the level that you are working on.. If there was a restart button that would be great. Being able to restart a level will give you the chance to try a new approach to that level and maybe win it.

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