Worlds Greatest Cities Mosaics

Who knew puzzling could take you around the world? Play five different types of mosaics and discover seven of the greatest cities in the world! Solve 210 different mosaics levels while enjoying the beautifully crafted music. Stimulate your curiosity and your mental prowess with World’s Greatest Cities Mosaics!

When I found this one, I thought it needed a little more in the graphic portion, but I'd still give it a try. I was disappointed with one of the puzzles in the demo, was forced to either use hints or guess, but that was more than made up for by the enjoyment I had otherwise. In some puzzles, instead of a flat color, flowers or soil may appear in each square. By the time I finished the demo, I had no desire to purchase the game even though the demo ended mid-puzzle as usual. What a pleasant surprise!! There are little differences to jog the player's complacency such as a labyrinth to be created and in order to finish the game, the player must move through the maze. And then there is a maze through the stones and glowers to take the cannonball thru! What fun! When I played the demo, the first column was almost entirely covered with a brown strip. Hopefully there are more to come. I will say that I am definitely adding this game to my collection of this series. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Brendansoma1 from Upside down The finished picture of the 'multiple colors' is shown upside down. So unique!

When I found this one, I thought it needed a little more in the graphic portion, but I'd still give it a try. Even if you don't normally play this type of game, give it a try, challenging and different. This has to be the most interesting griddler around. Hopefully there are more to come. The filled-in cells on some of the Mystery Lands and Labyrinth style mosaics are very similar and it can make it difficult at times to tell where one color left off and the other begins, and it's easy to make a mistake. So unique! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Nancharra from Griddler with twists! The surprise comes in at the end of each level. Rome type grids are the same as the Multicolored type levels, but the numbers on the columns and rows are Roman Numerals, which could prove to be a bit of a challenge with larger numbers. It is not just solid colours, but has textures such as grass, water, stones which create lovely animated scenes. In some puzzles, instead of a flat color, flowers or soil may appear in each square. After solving several puzzles my mind began to wander, and I had to keep trying to focus on the puzzle, so I figured I was just distracted and I quit the game, determined to revisit it a little later. The following day I tried again and realized they were really easy to solve and didn't require a lot of thought. I buy every one of these games, but this one is a nonstarter because of that flaw. You can turn it on or off, but when it's on, it shows you how many cells there are in both the column and row with directional arrows so you won't get confused some reviewers loved it, others hated it on game number 7, but you don't want the intrusiveness, you can always turn it off.


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Pretty cool! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Nancharra from Griddler with twists! While this doesn't effect the Cursed House play, it's just irritating. In some of the puzzles, some sections may be locked, requiring you to complete a different color to unlock those sections. When I found this one, I thought it needed a little more in the Worlds Greatest Cities Mosaics portion, but I'd still give it a try. After solving several puzzles my mind began to Mosacis, and I Mosqics to keep trying to focus on the puzzle, so I figured I was just distracted and I quit the game, determined to revisit it a little later. You can play in a Casual, Normal or Expert difficulty mode, or you can customize the difficulty mode Greahest choosing if you want to play in a timed mode, if you want bonus points as a time bonus, whether you want numbers crossed off one by one or only Worlds Greatest Cities Mosaics the entire row has been completed, and Citiies can set the number of mistakes allowed from and how long it takes for the hint oMsaics to recharge from seconds. Neat, new features not seen before in these games. By the time I finished Zumas Revenge demo, I had no desire to Spirit Legends: Time for Change the game even though the demo ended mid-puzzle as usual. I am not going into any detail about the game as another reviewer has provided that level of information. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by bjcs from I love this game. I've now completed Amsterdam there is a little description of each city and moved on to Rome. This has to be the The Witchs Apprentice: A Magical Mishap Collectors Edition interesting griddler around. Citied type grids are the same as the Multicolored type levels, but the numbers on the columns and rows are Roman Numerals, which could prove to be a bit of a challenge with larger Rock Tour.

I could not make out some of the earlier pictures. If you like these types of games, you will love this. What a cool twist on Griddler Mosaic games! And I enjoyed the way the game kept switching up the style of play. Neat, new features not seen before in these games. I loved the different types of levels that weren't just x's and o's. Even if you don't normally play this type of game, give it a try, challenging and different. I buy every one of these games, but this one is a nonstarter because of that flaw. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Kafinkee from Excellent Griddler! The controversial Segment Length Checker feature has returned. And then there is a maze through the stones and glowers to take the cannonball thru! I highly recommend this game. Just bought it!

Date published: Not just solid colored tiles, some are stone, Mossics, marble, flowers, water with swimming turtle. The filled-in cells on some of the Mystery Lands and Labyrinth style mosaics are very similar and it can make it difficult at times to tell where one color left off and the other begins, and it's easy to make a mistake. The music is relaxing and the colors are vibrant. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 Wizards Quest Solitaire bjcs from I love this game. Or instead of Arabic numbers on the grid, Roman numerals appear. Can't wait for a sequel. I will say that I am definitely adding this game to my collection of this series. This has to be the most interesting griddler around.


The music is relaxing and the colors are vibrant. And I enjoyed the way the game kept switching up the style of play. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by romany09 from Bar Raised For Griddlers What a fun morning I'm having with this new game. The filled-in cells on some of the Mystery Lands and Labyrinth style mosaics are very similar and it can make it difficult at times to tell where one color left off and the other begins, and it's easy to make a mistake. And then there is a maze through the stones and glowers to take the cannonball thru! I love this developer, and they put out a lot of mosaic games, but it's their Pixel Art games I wish they'd make more of. Looks like this Monday is turning out to be a good start to the workweek with two excellent games offered, enjoy! The variety of puzzles and levels of difficulty provide lots of different options for game play. It made it very difficult to play the game. I don't know how I overlooked this one when it first came out but I'm glad I noticed it today and played the demo. Thrilled to see something new in my favorite type of game! I loved the different types of levels that weren't just x's and o's.

12 thoughts on “Worlds Greatest Cities Mosaics

  1. Just bought it! A for sure buy for me! Not your typical mosaic game. It made it very difficult to play the game. I didn't think griddler games could be improved upon but I am addicted to them anyway.

  2. I don't always know what it that I have uncovered I'm not that creative to see things that aren't plain in front of my face but they are easy enough to do if you use hints. The following day I tried again and realized they were really easy to solve and didn't require a lot of thought. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Nancharra from Griddler with twists! I've now completed Amsterdam there is a little description of each city and moved on to Rome. It made it very difficult to play the game.

  3. The filled-in cells on some of the Mystery Lands and Labyrinth style mosaics are very similar and it can make it difficult at times to tell where one color left off and the other begins, and it's easy to make a mistake. Not just solid colored tiles, some are stone, hieroglyphs, marble, flowers, water with swimming turtle. I love these puzzles, but this is different. Date published:

  4. And then there is a maze through the stones and glowers to take the cannonball thru! Some required more guessing than I usually like, but that's ok. When I played the demo, the first column was almost entirely covered with a brown strip. By the time I finished the demo, I had no desire to purchase the game even though the demo ended mid-puzzle as usual. I buy every one of these games, but this one is a nonstarter because of that flaw.

  5. I will say that I am definitely adding this game to my collection of this series. I am not going into any detail about the game as another reviewer has provided that level of information. So unique! Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Brendansoma1 from Upside down The finished picture of the 'multiple colors' is shown upside down. I've now completed Amsterdam there is a little description of each city and moved on to Rome.

  6. I loved the different types of levels that weren't just x's and o's. You can play in a Casual, Normal or Expert difficulty mode, or you can customize the difficulty mode by choosing if you want to play in a timed mode, if you want bonus points as a time bonus, whether you want numbers crossed off one by one or only when the entire row has been completed, and you can set the number of mistakes allowed from and how long it takes for the hint feature to recharge from seconds. Just bought it! This game is so awesome.

  7. Or instead of Arabic numbers on the grid, Roman numerals appear. So unique! I don't know how I overlooked this one when it first came out but I'm glad I noticed it today and played the demo. Not just solid colored tiles, some are stone, hieroglyphs, marble, flowers, water with swimming turtle. I also have not seen this type of griddler before, so it's a plus for me.

  8. I loved the different types of levels that weren't just x's and o's. I don't always know what it that I have uncovered I'm not that creative to see things that aren't plain in front of my face but they are easy enough to do if you use hints. The controversial Segment Length Checker feature has returned. The surprise comes in at the end of each level.

  9. It made it very difficult to play the game. Or instead of Arabic numbers on the grid, Roman numerals appear. You can play in a Casual, Normal or Expert difficulty mode, or you can customize the difficulty mode by choosing if you want to play in a timed mode, if you want bonus points as a time bonus, whether you want numbers crossed off one by one or only when the entire row has been completed, and you can set the number of mistakes allowed from and how long it takes for the hint feature to recharge from seconds.

  10. The following day I tried again and realized they were really easy to solve and didn't require a lot of thought. I play Mosaics for relaxation, but at the same time, I still want a little bit of challenge, so my opinion of this game is just a personal preference and others may very well love it. Looks like this Monday is turning out to be a good start to the workweek with two excellent games offered, enjoy! A unique twist on the usual and if you're a fan of this type of game, I highly recommend you give this Greatest City Mosaics a try.

  11. Some required more guessing than I usually like, but that's ok. Not your typical mosaic game. There are little differences to jog the player's complacency such as a labyrinth to be created and in order to finish the game, the player must move through the maze. Just bought it!

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