Flower Fiesta

Flower Fiesta, a colorful match 3 adventure that gives you a chance to travel the world planting flowers and creating beautiful gardens! Learn how to collect flower seeds, acquire pebbles for garden paths and use tools for planting and watering flowers. Enjoy 120 unique match 3 levels that will take you through beautiful landscapes. Are you ready to get your hands dirty? Try Flower Fiesta for free today!

Wow, I love that strategy. Hope they make another similar one! Date published: Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by ecblisa from Very nice, but not really for PC This is a nice game, kind of a "truly different" match Most of said learning curve can be approached in a hands on fashion if you just hate to read, lol, ie. You have an seed in your hand and must place it to make a match. I think I played around 20 levels so far, and haven't had a problem yet. There are goals to meet such as number of resources collected and clearing areas. Just one caveat - as this is a Mac only game there is no forum. You have to make a path, clear ground plant and water seeds. I hate those games where you have to collect a thousand pieces of wood, wheat, and stones which can get very monotonous. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by carolerik from Strategy Game This is not your typical match 3 game, but really more of a strategy game. We chose to keep it simple and use a picture of our daughter. Yes, I get irritated at "jiggly hints", but in this game, you have time to decide what the next move should be, and those hints are there only to let you know what is available, not what move you should make. I've got a lot of levels to go but good thing there is easy replay at your fingertips if you want the 3 star rating.

Wow, I love that strategy. This part I was able to complete early on, but so far, I have skipped these levels which is a plus! Yes, there are better games out there, but I really am enjoying this one. Hopefully, you had fun, the kids had fun and you have an awesome field of flowers. The graphics, music and challenge all combine to create a wonderful gaming experience and if you are like me or as per the original [first] reviewer, you may sort of balk at this one because it just seems so different and strange-ish, but PLEASE DON'T! The game requires you to play slowly and think about each move, because that is the only way to win the more advanced levels. I think I played around 20 levels so far, and haven't had a problem yet. Yes, I get irritated at "jiggly hints", but in this game, you have time to decide what the next move should be, and those hints are there only to let you know what is available, not what move you should make. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Marcie from Finally a challenge in a match 3 game I love match 3 games but find a lot of them boring especially if there is no timer. The game is very unique in it's gameplay. The pace here keeps you moving. Fun factor is good for a quick 10 or 20 minutes of waiting or a short coffee break. There are rather complex direction [relatively speaking] and yet once you 'get' it [and it shouldn't take long at all IF you give it a fair shake, you will just want to keeeeeeep playing!!!!


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Still, the graphics are clear and colorful. Hopefully, you had fun, Flower Fiesta kids had fun and you have an awesome field of flowers. It's more about strategy than Flower Fiesta except for the garden level. I said it was a craft project designed Floaer work on fine motor, not a Flower Fiesta. The pace here keeps you moving. I'm on level 66 at this Charma: The Land of Enchantment, and maybe 3D Mahjong Deluxe stop for the day. There Floower goals to meet such as number of resources collected and clearing areas. I have only played for about 40 Fiestta so far but I will definitely be buying. After every 6 of those there is the timed garden making level. This game is for those who love strategy but it has the nice benefit of match 3 games with falling cascades of tiles and the simplicity of matching. The game is very unique in it's gameplay. Yes, I get irritated at "jiggly hints", but in this game, you have time to decide what the next move should be, and those hints are there only to let you know what is available, not what move you should make. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Marcie from Finally a challenge in a match 3 game I love match 3 games but find a lot of them boring especially if there is no timer. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by andrewhow53 from Flower Fiesta Another great matching game to play Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by RyeMcLaughlin from Don't give up too quickly on this one Before playing Iron Sea Defenders game, carefully read the instructions.

Not sure if you need to pass this to progress. You owe it to yourself [for the sake of good gaming experience] to give it a whirl I think I played around 20 levels so far, and haven't had a problem yet. Whoever fills their flower first wins. We chose to keep it simple and use a picture of our daughter. You are shown an item in a hand and you get to place it anywhere on the board as long as it makes a three combo. The mini-game is for all who like the clock, those who don't have option to skip if fail, so you do not get stuck trying to get to the next level, thank goodness. Give it a chance. I have only played for about 40 mins so far but I will definitely be buying. Since I know that match 3 games start out easy and build to more complex levels, I was patient and took my time reading the instructions after each level which by the way, were very clear. I have enjoyed playing it enough so I don't mind replaying levels I missed the first time. If you're at all like me, before you know it you will get the hang of this new game concept and won't want to turn back!

There are goals to meet such as number of resources collected and clearing areas. This part I was able to complete early on, but so far, I have skipped these levels which is a plus! Still, the graphics are clear and colorful. The game requires you to play slowly Insider Tales: The Stolen Venus 2 think about each move, because that is the only way to win the more advanced levels. If you want, print out different expressions and have Flower Fiesta children identify the feelings. Not sure it's a true M3 or even TM. Using a diagram you must lay the stones, dig, plant and water your garden in the exact image. I got hooked on this game and ended up playing much longer Battle Slots intended. This was appropriate for this game and I enjoyed the challenge. So he came up with three more ideas: Put a picture in the middle of the flower. Flower Fiesta have found the planting levels ok if I try several times. I hate those games where you have to collect a thousand pieces of wood, wheat, and stones which can get very monotonous. You get one to three stars depending on how well you did. Decorate with the squeezable glue or paint.


We chose to keep it simple and use a picture of our daughter. But the levels are not super long to clear which is great. Not sure if you need to pass this to progress. The time is very short. My husband saw the flower fiesta drying on the table and he asked what game I was making. I was going to spend maybe a couple of hours playing this game, and then get on to other chores for the day You have an seed in your hand and must place it to make a match. There is a lot happening and it's very different. First of all, the beautiful bright colors and large game tiles make it a delight for the eyes. Have the child cut along the lines that were drawn onto the construction paper. Love it. It's more about strategy than speed except for the garden level. Rated 5 out of 5 by meme from a strategy lover's dream I was just expecting a run of the mill M3 game, the usual trying to get matches in tight corners or heart pumping action trying to beat a clock, NOPE.

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  1. I really enjoyed the gardening challenge seen every 6 levels which requires visual planning and spatial skills. Be sure you get the colors right. I said it was a craft project designed to work on fine motor, not a game. The graphics, music and challenge all combine to create a wonderful gaming experience and if you are like me or as per the original [first] reviewer, you may sort of balk at this one because it just seems so different and strange-ish, but PLEASE DON'T!

  2. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by ecblisa from Very nice, but not really for PC This is a nice game, kind of a "truly different" match This is a very long game having plenty of levels, good buy for your bucks. Not sure it's a true M3 or even TM. After every 6 of those there is the timed garden making level.

  3. After every 6 of those there is the timed garden making level. Have the child cut along the lines that were drawn onto the construction paper. I have found the planting levels ok if I try several times.

  4. There are many approaches using your tools you can use to complete your goals and get better scores. The graphics, music and challenge all combine to create a wonderful gaming experience and if you are like me or as per the original [first] reviewer, you may sort of balk at this one because it just seems so different and strange-ish, but PLEASE DON'T! Whoever fills their flower first wins.

  5. However, every sixth level which is the "planting the garden" level , you are on a VERY short timer to complete that task. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by ecblisa from Very nice, but not really for PC This is a nice game, kind of a "truly different" match It's a lot of fun trying to duplicate the garden image.

  6. I think I played around 20 levels so far, and haven't had a problem yet. This is the only reason I gave this game 4 stars instead of 5 at this time. If you're at all like me, before you know it you will get the hang of this new game concept and won't want to turn back! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Marcie from Finally a challenge in a match 3 game I love match 3 games but find a lot of them boring especially if there is no timer.

  7. If you want, print out different expressions and have the children identify the feelings. The problem is that the game is formatted for smart phones and tablets, so it feels like you're playing it on a small slice of your PC screen. I only got up to level 16 in the hour demo as I wanted to get those three stars and had to replay some levels several times.

  8. I was looking for something different and fun, and this game fit the bill. There is also a timed challenge after every 6 games where you have to build a garden in a limited time. Have different color items and matching colored flowers.

  9. After 6 levels there is a timed garden level. Have different color items and matching colored flowers. You have a flower in hand and you must decide where to make a match 3 or 4 or 5 etc so that you get the right flower to make your next move.

  10. Love it. So he came up with three more ideas: Put a picture in the middle of the flower. I really enjoyed the gardening challenge seen every 6 levels which requires visual planning and spatial skills. We chose to keep it simple and use a picture of our daughter. I was going to spend maybe a couple of hours playing this game, and then get on to other chores for the day

  11. I really enjoyed the gardening challenge seen every 6 levels which requires visual planning and spatial skills. Hope they make another similar one! Its challenging but not so hard that you can't ever get three stars.

  12. It may be very difficult for some children to line up the ends correctly and apply the correct amount of pressure to staple the strips into circles. If you're at all like me, before you know it you will get the hang of this new game concept and won't want to turn back! The game requires you to play slowly and think about each move, because that is the only way to win the more advanced levels. I was going to spend maybe a couple of hours playing this game, and then get on to other chores for the day

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