World Mosaics 3 - Fairy Tales

After restoring Atlantis, you discover a magical book that sends you on a journey through literature in World Mosaics 3 – Fairy Tales! Solve pictographic puzzles on your way through the stories of the Frog Prince, Babe the Blue Ox, Sleeping Beauty, and other classics as you restore the magical book and return home in this fun and exciting Puzzle game! Dive into your favorite Fairy Tales and return home!


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I just want to get it over with no matter how many mistakes I make. I have been a member here for 3 years, mostly playing HO's. I liked but Wodld loved. One of the neat things about this game is that it includes several fairy tales I had never heard before as well as several twists to the fairy tales I do know. I had to force myself to Mozaics, just to see if the puzzles got any harder. Date published: Talees, you frequently have to just make a wild guess as to where the filled cells are, and I hate that. Rated 4 out of 5 by Micklynn from Great for beginners I liked this game and think that it would be a nice game for someone that hasn't played this type of puzzle before. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Katiendan from One of My Favorites In this game you must repair an ancient book of fairy tales in order to get back to your own time and save another person who's Charma: The Land of Enchantment stuck in the book for hundreds of years. Nemos Secret: Vulcania back and forth with the mouse to change from filled cells to empty cells, caused me to make numerous mistakes. The game advertisement shows a 20x20 grid but I played the full demo hour; Mosais 4 whole Fary tales and almost 5 puzzles of the next tale. So I went back and bought a couple of the earlier games. If you have never tried this kind of game, try this one out.

I found the 15x15 grids to be the most challenging overall, despite having about half the cells compared to the 20x20 grids cells versus cells. I often delete the game after only 2 puzzles. If you have never tried this kind of game, try this one out. Overall it was an alright game, and as I said, good for someone new to this puzzle type. I LOVE this one. This like the other Mosaic games aren't about a storyline, it is simply about challenging your spatial perception and having fun with it. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by Shpwrkd from Mind numbing If you have never done a pictographic puzzle, this might be a good beginning. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by vkreisel from Love this game series This game series is my absolute favorite that I've ever played, Definitely would play again! I have been a member here for 3 years, mostly playing HO's. Bought 1 2 and 3. Rated 4 out of 5 by Micklynn from Great for beginners I liked this game and think that it would be a nice game for someone that hasn't played this type of puzzle before. The storyline is good, wandering through many familiar fairy tales.

I liked but not loved. You should be able to solve a puzzle using logic and perseverance, but not with World Mosaics 3 - Fairy Tales. This game tells the story of World Mosaics 3 - Fairy Tales different fairy tales. There are several mosiacs each. This game is more fun than some of the HO games. The pictures are so vague that even when you are done with the puzzle you can't tell what it is. Got demos for 4 and 5. If you have played any of the later games of the series and enjoyed them, I wouldn't buy this game unless you give it The Great Sea Battle: The Game of Battleship trial. If you have never tried this kind of game, try this one out. The grids start out easy, 5x5, but by the end of the game, the grids are 20x I might have bought this game for that alone if it had been more challenging. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by Masanders from Worst game of the World Mosaics series I started buying World Mosaics with the 5th game of the series and enjoyed it quite a bit. I Charma: The Land of Enchantment delete the game after only 2 puzzles. I am new to the "mosaics" games. Good replay.


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I call these fairy tales "fractured" first because you must play a grid to get to the next part and second because I did not always recognize the story of the fairy tale as told in this game. The number of grids that must be played to get to the end of the fairy tale are different for each tale. The game is divided into fairy tales. Switching back and forth with the mouse to change from filled cells to empty cells, caused me to make numerous mistakes. The puzzles look less and less like the pictures they are supposed to represent with each game. A maximum of 4 hints can be available, but after using one, you can earn another one. The five different ones are alike but not the same-each one is different enough to keep you want to get the next one. I had to force myself to finish, just to see if the puzzles got any harder. I just started playing a few weeks ago. Hints are earned during game play and are not carried over from one tale to the next. One of the neat things about this game is that it includes several fairy tales I had never heard before as well as several twists to the fairy tales I do know. I hate to leave a game unfinished, but I have been working on this for months and have to push myself to play a few more levels every so often in order to just get it done. If you have played any of the later games of the series and enjoyed them, I wouldn't buy this game unless you give it a trial. I think it's worth the free download to try yourself; it was a fun relaxing hour.

A challenging game with an interesting take on many familiar fairy tales. I often delete the game after only 2 puzzles. Challenging but not impossible. Also, you frequently have to just make a wild guess as to where the filled cells are, and I hate that. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by Masanders from Worst game of the World Mosaics series I started buying World Mosaics with the 5th game of the series and enjoyed it quite a bit. I call these fairy tales "fractured" first because you must play a grid to get to the next part and second because I did not always recognize the story of the fairy tale as told in this game. I just want to get it over with no matter how many mistakes I make. I remember one story Sleeping Beauty which took over 13 grids to tell the tale. There is no "save" but each puzzle is between about 3 to 10 minutes unless you have to "play just one more! Playing a grid brings up another part of the story. I am new to the "mosaics" games. I have been a member here for 3 years, mostly playing HO's. I LOVE this one.

I might have bought this game for that alone if it had been more challenging. I have been a member here for 3 years, mostly playing HO's. Going back to Gemsweeper Date published: Eight mistakes can be made before you are forced to replay the grid. Instead of enjoying this game, I found myself bored with puzzle grids that were too easy. If you have never tried this kind of game, try this one out. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by vkreisel from Love this game series This game series is my absolute favorite that I've ever played, Definitely would play again! Challenging but not impossible. I had to force myself to finish, just to see if the puzzles got any harder. I wish they had a second one!!! I often delete the game after only 2 puzzles. This like the other Mosaic games aren't about a storyline, it is simply about challenging your spatial perception and having fun with it. So I went back and bought a couple of the earlier games. Just play once. The puzzles look less and less like the pictures they are supposed to represent with each game.

10 thoughts on “World Mosaics 3 - Fairy Tales

  1. Instead of enjoying this game, I found myself bored with puzzle grids that were too easy. The finished picture quality was not as good as in other games. Played the game using my Windows 10 PC without any issue.

  2. I just want to get it over with no matter how many mistakes I make. This game tells the story of 12 different fairy tales. Good replay. Makes you think-then think again. Rated 4 out of 5 by Micklynn from Great for beginners I liked this game and think that it would be a nice game for someone that hasn't played this type of puzzle before.

  3. Whereas trying to solve a level without any mistakes in the other mosaic-type games I own is my goal, with this game, I really don't care about that. The storyline is good, wandering through many familiar fairy tales. This game tells the story of 12 different fairy tales.

  4. There is no "save" but each puzzle is between about 3 to 10 minutes unless you have to "play just one more! I often delete the game after only 2 puzzles. Overall, I would highly recommend this game to those who enjoy other mosaic and logic-type games.

  5. Just play once. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by Masanders from Worst game of the World Mosaics series I started buying World Mosaics with the 5th game of the series and enjoyed it quite a bit. I felt the same way, so I have enjoyed playing it immensely.

  6. The finished picture quality was not as good as in other games. But I will not buy another world mosaic game. There are several mosiacs each. The grids start out easy, 5x5, but by the end of the game, the grids are 20x

  7. Makes you think-then think again. It just gets boring and too easy playing 10x10 for so long. The game advertisement shows a 20x20 grid but I played the full demo hour; finished 4 whole fairy tales and almost 5 puzzles of the next tale. Got demos for 4 and 5. Just play once.

  8. The storyline is good, wandering through many familiar fairy tales. Just play once. So I went back and bought a couple of the earlier games.

  9. A challenging game with an interesting take on many familiar fairy tales. It was still 10x10 grids. Instead of enjoying this game, I found myself bored with puzzle grids that were too easy. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by apt2bash from Cerebellum Treat Why not have a bit of fantasy while you visually map numbers in your head? If you have never tried this kind of game, try this one out.

  10. So I went back and bought a couple of the earlier games. Date published: Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by vkreisel from Love this game series This game series is my absolute favorite that I've ever played, Definitely would play again!

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