Mundus: Impossible Universe

Join the Great Shaman in a quest to explore the Impossible Universe. Find dozens of unique worlds with their own rewards… and dangers. Face challenging Match-3 puzzles and meet strange denizens of fantastic planets. Check out this well-crafted puzzle adventure from Rumic Studio! Satisfaction is guaranteed!


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I Building the Great Wall of China 2 having 4 game modes, but once you choose one of the 4, you MMundus: play the entire game in that mode or start another game. The number of moves given never seemed quite enough. Minor things at best, Mundus: Impossible Universe annoying to me. At first, I was Tales of Rome: Solitaire little bored. I had to wipe out one game and start over again because I'd used too many power-ups too early. Rated 5 out of 5 by leleiole from This is a "sleeper" game!! So because it's just like the other one, my reason for 3 stars. The more moves you have left over at the Mundus: Impossible Universe of the level, the more money you earn. Impozsible would have chosen the mode that allows endless moves instead. I don't mind playing the Battle Slots level over and over because each time it is so different, it feels like a new level. I bought it and would recommend it! My only complaints are as previously mentioned the bombs going off after the level is over even though it means more money and that the scene switches to the kitchen after you finish each level. The easy mode still wants you to finish a level within a specific amount of moves which I didn't understand when I chose EASY. This is a keeper. But before I downloaded this one, I went and played Mundus 1 again.

Date published: The second planet was a bit dull. This is an all around great game. I've only played the demo so far and I always play in relaxed mode, so if you like a bit of a challenge you might want to try a different mode. I bought it and would recommend it! You need to play the same level more than once to determine the best strategy to beat it. The storylines in this one have been taken up a notch and you will visit 4 different lands as you travel the universe. This one has a sort of story line of sorts. The graphics are fun and colorful which I always like. The easy mode still wants you to finish a level within a specific amount of moves which I didn't understand when I chose EASY. I love the dialog, story line and the match 3 isn't your usual match three. The only negative was sometimes I just had one space left to clear and it was hard to find. I usually RUN from limited moves game play, but this is different.

So much fun to play. The number of moves given never seemed quite enough. I don't mind playing the same level over and over because each time it is so different, it feels like a new level. But before I downloaded this one, I went and played Mahjong Escape Ancient China 1 again. I've been just one or two moves short of completing a level many times, but I learn something with each re-try and finally move Mundus: Impossible Universe to the next. I expect it will get harder as the levels progress. Unlike so many Match 3s, in this one you don't have to sit waiting for the tiles to finish dropping before making your next move, always a bonus. You also need money to continue The Time Portal that Sparkle Unleashed can't quite finish in time. I love the dialog, story line and the match 3 isn't your usual match three.


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I'm currently on level 28 and not ready to stop even though I need to get to bed. There are five profile slots available, so the whole family can play at once, and really it is a quite easy game to play. It starts out fairly easy. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Monkeygus from Cute puzzle game with some interesting features I have not played the first game of this series, so I don't know whether anything new was added to this one. I bought it and would recommend it! I just bought this game and I must get back to it. The music changes yet stays the same. Rated 5 out of 5 by verimeri from fun to play I had never heard of Mundus before trying this game. One thinks one thing and it is another totally : Firstly has the most excellent sound track. Nothing even remotely obscene or coarse, and is one of the rare games that I will keep on my computer forever, and I have been playing for a long, long time. So because it's just like the other one, my reason for 3 stars. THEN, it all made sense!

I was annoyed by the "after level" power bursts. I've only played the demo so far and I always play in relaxed mode, so if you like a bit of a challenge you might want to try a different mode. It's nice to have a Match-3 game that requires some thought. Match 3 are my favs and I'm running out of ones done this well. Nothing even remotely obscene or coarse, and is one of the rare games that I will keep on my computer forever, and I have been playing for a long, long time. Why bother when the level has been won? Having read the reviews before I started I chose the Zen. So the levels are quite fresh on my mind. But I was quite surprised to find that before the demo ended, it is challenging. I bought it even before trying it. You can't change the mode you choose without restarting the entire game, so choose carefully! Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Monkeygus from Cute puzzle game with some interesting features I have not played the first game of this series, so I don't know whether anything new was added to this one. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Feckles from One of the Best!

The storylines in this one have been taken up a notch and you will visit 4 different lands as you travel the universe. There are five profile slots available, so the whole family can play at once, and really it is a quite easy game to play. I expect it will get harder as the levels progress. I hope you will do the same and enjoy it with me!!! It had a lot more action. I usually RUN from limited moves game play, but this is different. You can play Zen with unlimited moves for relaxing or you can pick limited moves. Minor things at best, but annoying to me. I've been just one or two moves short of completing a level many times, but I learn something with each re-try and finally move on to the next. I tried two of the four modes, normal and expert.. My only complaint is that you can only have one game in memory. What a fabulous second offering in this series. So I've marked off a star for that.

2 thoughts on “Mundus: Impossible Universe

  1. You need the money to purchase items like hammers, rockets and magnets to help if you get into trouble. Its a sweet and comical game so far and makes me smile. So I've marked off a star for that. This is one of my favorite games.

  2. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by jkuci from Hard but I enjoyed it I played this on "normal" mode and I'm currently on level - robot planet. I tried two of the four modes, normal and expert.. At first, I was a little bored. It had a lot more action. This has that feature, too.

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