Become The Alchemist's Apprentice in this exciting Hidden Object and Match 3 game! During your tenure at the High School of Magical Arts, your uncle Milton Klarfell, the governor of a province, writes to let you know that he is hot on the trail of the legendary Philosopher's Stone. As he travels around the globe it is up to you to bring his land back to its former glory using his incredible Alchemy machine.
Play at any level and It's my guess you'll enjoy it!! It's easy on the eyes as well with the large themed graphics. The biggest issue for me is that the scoring system is essentially meaningless. I thought I had to click on the coins in the tree and the person with the bucket would follow and catch the coin. The game allows you to replay earlier levels with your new powers, and has timed, moves, and relaxed modes. There are trophies or achievements to earn as well. As far as I'm concerned these guys never fail to deliver!! I would only recommend it for a hardcore match 3 fan who is having trouble finding a new match 3 game to buy. Graphics are good, music ok. Date published: Plus some extras like Hidden Object. It was exactly the opposite.Ghoolion intends to use the fat for various alchemistic purposes, but in particular as the final ingredient which he needs to secure the secret of eternal life: it turns out that Echo's deceased owner had been the long-lost lover of Ghoolion, who intends to bring her back to life. In the bonus game I played, I was totally wrong in how to play it, so I only won 2 coins. During the demo, I didn't run onto a HOS, unless the bonus game for filling up the Totem vial counts as one. After much complaint to the supplier, they released it with new levels, and relaxed, and all the bugs where fixed. Unfortunately, his Kingdom is in ruins do to his obsession with the Sorcerer's Stone. I thought I had to click on the coins in the tree and the person with the bucket would follow and catch the coin. The beautiful, bright, detailed, colorful graphics are awesome and add a lot to the fun of the game. Your cursor is supposed to guide the leprechaun to catch them and not the leaves off the tree but mine failed horribly. A challenging M3 - and with the choice of relaxed, timed or limited moves mode. The main idea is to collect coins that are in some of the gems, by matching at least 3 of those. I needed to move the person to catch the coins which would drop randomly. I find this game to be enjoyable, but then I play on the relaxed mode, don't need the tension of trying to do it the hard way. It's not often you find a good story line to go with any game these days, but you will find both here in Alchemist's Apprentice. The very first scene has you searching for hidden scrolls and parchment paper but this is really a match 3 game with a few HO mini games.
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You use gold Alchemlsts upgrade Zulus Zoo but, due to the ease of collecting gold, upgrading Appprentice isn't very Royal Mahjong: Kings Journey. And I hav never sound on either. As Banana Bugs those 3 stars per level -- I love a good M3 game and Alchemists Apprentice bored long before the end if Alchemists Apprentice no real challenge. There is a mini-game involving a leprechaun that pops up in the middle of almost every match 3 board. Very fun to play now! Definitely not a boring game! Nothing special about the background. Synopsis[ edit ] The novel takes place in Malaisea, the "least healthy place in Zamonia". Perhaps that's common knowledge for many other M3 players but it wasn't for me. Therefore, they only get one mark from me. Instead, every once in awhile, you're presented with a find-it that involves finding multiple instances of a particular type of object. Everyone has different things that they like or look for in a game. I would purchase it if it weren't for the subject matter. Overall gameplay is typical match Apprenitce with essentially no innovation, although the Apprentixe are pretty.
As it is, I cannot recommend the game due to the annoying Bonus Games and lack of casual play-ability. There is no true HO component. The novel's other main character is Echo, a Crat an animal identical to a cat except that it can speak all languages and has two livers. And in my book, there's no real challenge if I can earn all 3 the 1st time I play almost all the levels. Everyone has different things that they like or look for in a game. As far as I'm concerned these guys never fail to deliver!! Only through first stage of 10 levels and a bit at this review so that may change. In summary, you must watch for color, coin, totem, power up and who knows what other kinds of items as you get further into the game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ap from Alchemist's Apprentice Great game! A similar game that involves science fiction, steampunk, non-occult storytelling, and the like are most welcome. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by csivell from Another great from the "Quick Click" Team!!! Definitely not a boring game! What's worse is that the Bonus Game is always the same--a leprechaun carrying a basket is under a tree and branches, leaves, and nuts are falling from the tree that he must run to catch to get bonus points. On the death of his owner, Echo faces starvation until he makes a deal with the Alchemaster: the latter will fatten the Crat for a month, in return for which he will then be permitted to kill Echo and extract his fat.
A match 3 worthy of 5 stars This game has more depth than the average match 3. I thought I had to click on Apperntice coins in the tree and the person with the bucket would follow and catch the coin. Unfortunately, his Kingdom is in ruins do to his obsession with the Sorcerer's Stone. Graphics are out of this world. These are so poorly hidden that the exercise Supercow boring.
It's not often you find a good story line to go with any game these days, but you will find both here in Alchemist's Apprentice. You use these coins to upgrade your castle and surrounding areas. In the second afterword, only found in the German edition, Moers informs the reader of the troubles which he had translating Yarnspinner's work, which dates from his 'hypochondriac' phase; Moers claims to have reduced the length of the book by some pages through the elimination of Yarnspinner's lengthy discussion of his own physical condition. When the Bonus Game is over, you are taken back to the level you were working on. Not a game for children, but great for adults that want a challenge. A match 3 worthy of 5 stars This game has more depth than the average match 3. A great and more challenging match 3. I want to enjoy myself -- not be harassed. The very first scene has you searching for hidden scrolls and parchment paper but this is really a match 3 game with a few HO mini games. Fun bonus interludes pop up often in the midst of a level for surprise bits of fun. Never a dull moment. The grids start out simple; collect X-number of coins by matching 3 tiles that contain coins. Play at any level and It's my guess you'll enjoy it!!