Ice Crystal Adventure

A snowy twist on match 3! Trace enchanted gem stones to create chains of 3 or more and complete original objectives! Pass through frozen lands, meet exotic and unusual characters and help Alelia and her cat return home! Ice Crystal Adventure is a unique take on match 3 - string together chains of gems vertically, horizontally or diagonally. Cross-over linked gems and back-track for higher scores!


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Large matches earn Crrystal Lightning tiles which will destroy even more tiles. As you progress, bonuses are unlocked such as Ice Balls Slingo Deluxe Detonators, that can be chosen as boosters Battle Slots each level. It's impossible not to make a long chain! You are able to repeat levels and can buy power ups which I don't personally like having to purchase - they should be earned during the levels to make it easier. This is one of the easiest Match 3 games I've ever played. But Monkey Business though you have lots of help to make the long chains that you need in order to meet the level goals and earn 3 Advrnture AND BTW, you can meet the level goal and still not earn all 3 stars, if you don't amass enough pointsthe game is enticing. Definitely a game for a child. Also start with three boosters. I liked the story and the drawings are pretty good. It happend to me on some match3 games and it is rather Ice Crystal Adventure. I Adventufe, duh Although I've never been a fan of chain type match games, or a Limited Moves match 3 game, Totem Tribe think that this game might be more fun if you want a really laid back game, or want a game that younger kids can play, but I just couldn't get into the Mahjong Forbidden Temple. The levels after the first ten get increasingly challenging and getting 3 stars gets progressively harder. Please Match3 devs make it happen, il would be far more pleasant.

I mean, duh Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by bluesycat from What's with the negative reviews? Although I've never been a fan of chain type match games, or a Limited Moves match 3 game, I think that this game might be more fun if you want a really laid back game, or want a game that younger kids can play, but I just couldn't get into the game. Let me start with: I really dislike games with limited moves. It's impossible not to make a long chain! However, as I progressed in the game I reminded me of my older Winnie the Pooh books from a long time ago and far away. I appreciated the dialog much better then. This is not difficult; could be more challenging for young children. There should be a 'relaxed' mode without the limited number of moves. This is the only 'con' I can speak of, so give it a try. It happend to me on some match3 games and it is rather infuriating. I played all levels and all with 3-stars, yet I am still missing over 5 achievements. Large matches earn you Lightning tiles which will destroy even more tiles.

Thank you for a trip back when things were simple and happy!!!! Large matches earn you Lightning tiles which will destroy even more tiles. I mean, duh But it always stays interesting. Good late evening get ready for bed stuff. Annoying music you can thankfully turn off. And now, I just love the characters and the story line. Both of which this game has. Based on the demo only, so I can't Archimedes: Eureka! Collectors Edition how difficult it becomes.


I liked the story and the drawings are pretty good. I like the story, although I wish there were more interaction instead of just a story board. This is one of the easiest Match 3 games I've ever played. But even though you have lots of help to make the long chains that you need in order to meet the level goals and earn 3 stars AND BTW, you can meet the level goal and still not earn all 3 stars, if you don't amass enough points , the game is enticing. But it always stays interesting. Can it really be that hard to design? This is a very fun game, though and mostly uses moves vs time per level and can be a bit tricky. This is based on the demo. For instance "stop and view the gameboard 5 times" - umm, there are no mechanics to stop and view the board. This is not difficult; could be more challenging for young children. However, as I progressed in the game I reminded me of my older Winnie the Pooh books from a long time ago and far away. It's impossible not to make a long chain! Annoying music you can thankfully turn off.

And now, I just love the characters and the story line. For instance "stop and view the gameboard 5 times" - umm, there are no mechanics to stop and view the board. Good late evening get ready for bed stuff. Can it really be that hard to design? I played all levels and all with 3-stars, yet I am still missing over 5 achievements. It happend to me on some match3 games and it is rather infuriating. I would have given it 5 starts if it had a "relaxed" setting. The problem is that you can drag chains, horizontally, vertically and diagonally, you can even retrace your steps to include even more gems! Love how some levels are so hard you have to gather enough coins and power ups to get through it. This is not difficult; could be more challenging for young children. Definitely a game for a child. Both of which this game has. I mean, duh

I also think it's too difficult for children. Big childish game board and, like what is this game all about. Love how some levels are so hard you have to gather enough coins and power ups to get through it. There should be a 'relaxed' mode without the limited number of moves. Good late evening get ready for bed stuff. Thank you for a trip back when things were simple and happy!!!! I appreciated the dialog much better then. Although I've never been a fan of chain type match games, or a Limited Moves match 3 game, I think that this game might be more fun if you want a really laid back game, or want a game that younger kids can play, but I just couldn't get into the game. I played all levels and all with 3-stars, yet I am still missing over 5 achievements. This is not difficult; could be more challenging for young children. You are able to repeat levels and can buy power ups which I don't personally like having to purchase - they should be earned during the levels to make it easier. This is a very fun game, though and mostly uses moves vs time per level and can be a bit tricky.

4 thoughts on “Ice Crystal Adventure

  1. I played all levels and all with 3-stars, yet I am still missing over 5 achievements. There should be a 'relaxed' mode without the limited number of moves. Both of which this game has. I didn't pay any attention to the story; this one, like many, is not very interesting. Can it really be that hard to design?

  2. I like the story, although I wish there were more interaction instead of just a story board. As you progress, bonuses are unlocked such as Ice Balls and Detonators, that can be chosen as boosters before each level. What I truly hate is that you are to achieve the targed in a limited number of moves. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by acecyberwitch from one for younger kids for me this is aimed at young ones its bright colours cheerful sound track give it a look and feel that would appeal to children.

  3. It happend to me on some match3 games and it is rather infuriating. With unlimited moves I would have given it a 5 star rating and a full fun factor. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by acecyberwitch from one for younger kids for me this is aimed at young ones its bright colours cheerful sound track give it a look and feel that would appeal to children. It's impossible not to make a long chain!

  4. The levels after the first ten get increasingly challenging and getting 3 stars gets progressively harder. Love how some levels are so hard you have to gather enough coins and power ups to get through it. This is one of the easiest Match 3 games I've ever played. As you progress, bonuses are unlocked such as Ice Balls and Detonators, that can be chosen as boosters before each level. Rated 4 out of 5 by dgeehring from I liked it My favorite genre is match 3, and I usually prefer more complex versions like Jewel Match but I found this enjoyable, a little challenging.

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