Mar 4, 2014
User review by Grimlaura
I have decided to take a look on this game as haven't had a pay to play M3 in long.
For me was a bit of revelation that has nothing to do with the game itself but will still write it: was very, very refreshing of not having any "neighbors" / "friends" to rely on sending / accepting lives, energy, moves or whatever and being able to play how much I wanted with no restrictions of any kind.
In the end I think that was a very zen experience yet back to the game itself: this a nice mix of M3 boards and elements with some story in the background.
Not going into the story as described before by others, it's not an original and for me was not exactly a catchy one also.
But I really liked the variety and the logical going through - not just click that and see what's happening.
You have to think and this is good. But still is not a very difficult task just requires a bit of strategy. And you can play on your own pace.
The game doesn't need tutorial except you are a really newcomer into the games world and into M3.
After solving the adventure mode that is relatively short you can play in various unlocked puzzle modes.
The graphics are very well done, with inspired boards, with a good size of items (I've played plenty M3 with annoyingly tiny items, but not the case here). Nice drawn cut-scenes, colorful and appealing. Sounds are ok but the music was out of the way good thing you can mute.
So overall it is a pure M3 very well designed in term of mechanics and with just the right amount of thinking to have an enjoyable experience.