wow!!What a fun game and very original, its rare now days :)I strongly recommended....hours and hours of fun with so much to do :)these days there are too many copy cat games, this one is not one of them...still hoping to see more games like this one!!!just plain clean fun...and cute, funny and so much more :D
Bartholomew1977May 31, 2013, 15:41
This is pretty much a run-of-the-mill match 3 game. It gets progressively harder as you move through the levels, but there are numerous power-ups to help you out of tight spots. There is a thin story about an ancient amulet, which of course you find piece-by-piece as your character dives beneath the ocean.
Esmond1972May 14, 2013, 13:51
The premise of the game is great and it really, really could have been outstanding but unfortunately falls short of that due to poor development. Unless you need more frustration in your life I would recommend you pass on this one.
Everard1971May 21, 2013, 16:30
Just enough Match 3 and Hidden Object puzzels. I enjoyed playing it very much.
Gervase1985January 30, 2013, 12:57
The graphics of this game were very good and it COULD have been another Royal Envoy or Roads of Rome - but it wasn't. The main problem was that the learning process wasn't AT ALL intuitive. This is one of those games where the designers get the 'learning curve' all wrong. The tutorial levels were ridiculously easy, but then suddenly in the 'real' levels EVERY category of building and resource you could spend your money on was available with items to purchase (although the more expensive items in each category were locked), but with no guide as to how best to spend your money in order to achieve your level goals. I quickly got bogged down in never-ending levels where buildings needed repairing/restocking as fast as I could do it so I couldn't do anything else in order to get to my revenue target. It was confused and chaotic, and simply having no clue how to use my available resources strategically enough to achieve targets was just more frustrating than fun. I didn't even finish the demo time, and I'm unlikely to either - and I LOVE time/resource management games. See what you think though, some may enjoy the chaos...