Rainbow Mosaics: Treasure Trip

Charlotte's father has hunted treasure all his life. He's a genius as well as an archaeologist, historian and philanthropist. At last, just as he had discovered information of untold wealth, the mafia held him hostage and now wants Charlotte to do all of their dirty work... Take a trip through Europe together with Charlotte in a hot air balloon, seeking out hidden treasures and help bring these criminals to justice in Rainbow Mosaics: Treasure Trip!

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by kateblue from what a great nonogram game! Ain't there enough colors in the world to just choose six different ones? Date published: Charlotte, the famous balloonist, is the prime suspect, in the recent castle robberies, that have been occurring all over Europe. Each filled in cell will earn you coins or bonuses that can be used to purchase upgrades of each power-up, or you can decorate Charlotte's office with comfy chairs and decor. Graphics are the best I've seen and the animations move along at a normal pace and not in slow motion. All these qualities were used for just one purpose. This is definitely a "keeper," which I have already purchased and will play more than once. And, moreover, they wanted me to do all the dirty work them, with and eye to get out of the rain in case i failed. Some were difficult while others seemed too easy. Red, brown and orange are just the slightest shade from one another. I had no choice. I am happy to see that they are continuing to make them! Rainbow Mosaics is the best of any others out there, in my opinion.

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I love griddlers, nanograms, or whatever they are called type puzzles. That is quite irritating. I also appreciate the factoids about the places "visited. If you like Fantasy Mosaics, then you will like this. Now that my game has finished downloading I'm ready to finish the grid I almost accomplished before the trial ended, enjoy! The Eye Power-up will reveal the Iron Sea Defenders of a random tile, the Happy Empire Power-up will allow you to choose which tile Rainbow Mosaics: Treasure Trip reveal, and the Grid Power-up opens up a chosen area, all of which will not result in a penalty. There are levels, and as you play each level, they will be available in the Free-play section. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by Calopsitta from Hey, devs! Nonograms are good, they work just fine, the game itself runs smooth and I would so much enjoy playing this one as much as the other ones in the serie. First of all in Fantasy the mosaics create scenes not just a single object. All these qualities were used for just one purpose. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by kateblue from what a great nonogram game! More of these games please - in fact much more! Each filled in cell will earn you coins or bonuses that can be used to purchase upgrades of each power-up, or you can decorate Charlotte's office with comfy chairs and decor.

I had no choice. In Fantasy this is a person on a dock with a fishing pole and a cat sitting behind him. Nonograms are good, they work just fine, the game itself runs smooth and I would so much enjoy playing this one as much as the other ones in the serie. It's a long game too so well worth buying. There is an expert mode as well, but I find the normal mode to be challenging enough. To the game, graphics are great and you can choose different tilesets there are quite a few to choose from. I liked the fact that there is a way to reread the story line. When I first started playing games I passed them by because they looked so complicated but they really aren't, and they are extremely addicting. Immediate purchase. Graphics are the best I've seen and the animations move along at a normal pace and not in slow motion. But, too soon it became clear that he was not alone. I'm glad I took a chance to try it, because I enjoyed it so much I was shocked when the demo time was up. The only problem is colors of the tiles are so much alike that I cannot distinguish them, and this results in a LOT of errors that I could easily not make if I were able to tell one color from the other. But this one differs in several areas from the typical nonogram. The music does tend to be a bit annoying but I turned it down and that helps.

In Rainbow it would likely just be a fishing pole. The difficult mosaics took considerable time for this. That is quite irritating. The Eye Power-up will reveal the status of a random Koi Solitaire, the Hammer Power-up will allow you to choose which tile to Mossics:, and the Grid Power-up opens up a chosen area, all of which will not Treausre in a penalty. But I like these better. But, in my thoughts, there was only the thought of vengeance against the criminals for what they have done. Overall I recommend this game but if you are new to this type of Surface: Mystery of Another World game you would be better off buying Fantasy Mosaics.


Please share to your friends: Related articles. This is one of those games where before you know it - the trial is up. Each of the castles listed in game are real life places. Each level has three goals - no hints, less than one misclick, no misclicks etc. In Fantasy this is a person on a dock with a fishing pole and a cat sitting behind him. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by kateblue from what a great nonogram game! I liked the fact that there is a way to reread the story line. I don't normally review games but just had to on this one! Date published: I especially love the tiles with stitching around the edges, sort of like quilt squares, but I try all the tiles, just for the fun of it. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by rheashard2 from enjoyable I enjoyed this mosaic game a lot. The second issue is colors. The followers of an ancient Order of Knights made a veryo original move when they tried to protect their treasures.

Red, brown and orange are just the slightest shade from one another. Each level has several 'layers' based on the colors used to form the picture. The Eye Power-up will reveal the status of a random tile, the Hammer Power-up will allow you to choose which tile to reveal, and the Grid Power-up opens up a chosen area, all of which will not result in a penalty. You can choose the type of tile you want displayed, as well as earn power-ups that become especially useful as the levels increase in difficulty. I missed him so much! Good job!!!! Not this one! This is one of those games where before you know it - the trial is up. When I first started playing games I passed them by because they looked so complicated but they really aren't, and they are extremely addicting. Game play is smooth with no glitches, my mouse never gets stuck. This is one of the few Mosaic games that can compete with the FM series, and in fact may just be a tad bit more entertaining, enjoy! In Rainbow it would likely just be a fishing pole. The only thing is, even you solve all the riddles with zero failures, zero hints etc etc, you don't get the full set of points to buy all the items and upgrades. I am a big fan of nonograms but this isn't your typical nonogram.

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13 thoughts on “Rainbow Mosaics: Treasure Trip

  1. I own 3 of the Fantasy Mosaic games 8, 13 and Date published: There are levels, and as you progress you can unlock those levels in the Freeplay mode. I don't often play mosaics games because I usually find them tedious and dull. For others out there who love the Fantasy Mosaics series, I suggest that you might like Rainbow Mosaics as well.

  2. There is an expert mode as well, but I find the normal mode to be challenging enough. I love the way each block is counted for you as you fill in spaces; and how the rest of the rows and columns automatically complete themselves. This is one of those games where before you know it - the trial is up.

  3. There is also an expert mode for those of us who want a bit more of a challenge. I will be buying both of them!! There are 3 types of bonuses available, the Hammer allows you to open a cell of your choice, the Rye Power opens a random right square of cells and the Grid opens a chosen area without negative outcomes. Some were difficult while others seemed too easy. Each level has three goals - no hints, less than one misclick, no misclicks etc.

  4. I'm used to playing other Mosaic games and was in two minds about whether to buy this one - I'm glad I did though! The second issue is colors. The story factor was interesting.

  5. There's somewhat of a story as you join Charlotte on a treasure hunting adventure in a hot air balloon, but in a Mosaic griddler game I don't really care much about the storyline, I just want to be challenged somewhat, and I want bright colors that form a picture a can actually recognize. But has a failure. There are levels, and as you play each level, they will be available in the Free-play section. Please share to your friends: Related articles.

  6. For others out there who love the Fantasy Mosaics series, I suggest that you might like Rainbow Mosaics as well. Each time you upgrade a power-up, it increases the number of tiles it affects, and each power-up will show an example of it's current coverage. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by kateblue from what a great nonogram game! It' time to take to the skies once again, only this time, it's to clear her famous reputation!

  7. I don't often play mosaics games because I usually find them tedious and dull. Red, brown and orange are just the slightest shade from one another. Not this one!

  8. A nice game, never gets boring. Each level has several 'layers' based on the colors used to form the picture. Please try the demo to see if you agree that Rainbow Mosaics is a great game. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by kamari55 from A never boring game. Great pictures, lovely colours and great fun factor.

  9. I agree with Pennmom. Good job!!!! I love the way each block is counted for you as you fill in spaces; and how the rest of the rows and columns automatically complete themselves.

  10. The music does tend to be a bit annoying but I turned it down and that helps. Rainbow Mosaics Treasure Trips is almost everything I look for in these types of games. There are 3 types of bonuses available, the Hammer allows you to open a cell of your choice, the Rye Power opens a random right square of cells and the Grid opens a chosen area without negative outcomes. I own 3 of the Fantasy Mosaic games 8, 13 and There are levels, and as you progress you can unlock those levels in the Freeplay mode.

  11. He is a genius, as well as an archaeologist, historian, and philanthropist. The only difficulty I have with the game is that the number designations are very faint and difficult to see when using some of the different colors. I love the way each block is counted for you as you fill in spaces; and how the rest of the rows and columns automatically complete themselves. My curiosity had me look them up. Each of the castles listed in game are real life places.

  12. I don't often play mosaics games because I usually find them tedious and dull. Not this one! I like that there are 3 or 4 colors involved with each puzzle. Yes, the goal is the same - as with other nonograms. I would have bought it on the spot but I wanted to wait for Monday to buy it so that my free game coupon counted towards earning another free game!

  13. If you like it, please buy the full version. Rainbow Mosaics is the best of any others out there, in my opinion. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by kateblue from what a great nonogram game! Rainbow Mosaics delivered all that and more, and even gives me the option to choose from several different types of filled cells, my favorite was the lego style.

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