Smart puzzle game with brilliant graphics and relaxing music. In order to win the levels you have to place at least 3 diamonds of the same color in a line. This will make the diamonds disappear and give you points. Every turn that you make that you don't get 3 on a row, new crystals will start to form, and while they are small and passable at first, they quickly grow big enough to be moved and be in your way. If there is no clear path from the diamond you want to move to the place you want it to go then it cannot be moved and that means that the place gets crowded pretty soon if you dont smart up.
After lining up enough diamonds you win the level and after a few levels you get to the next galaxy. Going to new galaxies means tougher gameplay as more colors are added, but also more powerups/pickups are added. The game is highly addictive so do not sit down with it unless you have time to waste.
Pater Alf : The game is not very balanced. In arcade mode it is very easy at first (I didn't even realize that you could loose lives within the first four galaxies) and then it suddenly becomes that hard that you will only survive with pure luck (around the time when purple and pink diamonds come up).
The technical side of the game is good, besides the fact that I can only close it by using the task master (but that might be because of my firewall) and my save game was lost when I did so.
Chroelle : Good clean puzzlefun. I was addicted to this classic gameplay within seconds, and have been playing it quite a while these last couple of days. At least as long as the other games in here lets me stray from them.
I liked the graphical side of this as always with Gametop games.
Chroelle : Indeed this looks good, but it also looks hard on the later levels.
eMTe : Remake of something I suppose, but I dont feel like searching right now. Match three or five diamonds of the same colour in a row to remove them. Three modes of play. Diamonds can be moved freely around the board, unless the way is blocked. Several bonuses are available. Good graphics.
Back in the good old times of computer gaming, LucasArts developed some of the best and funniest adventure games ever made. One of them was "Sam & Max: Hit the Road" (based on the comics by Steve Purcell) which was published in 1993. The main characters were a cynical dog named Sam and his psychopathic, gun-loving lagomorph partner Max, both members of an obscure police squad called Freelance Police.
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