Social game company Eva Studio has another match-three product for gamers to try on Facebook, as players can head to the country and make matches with fruits and vegetables in Funny Farm. In Funny Farm, players’ fields are being overrun by pests, so gamers need to collect their crops before they’re lost.
Tiny Rebel Games and Seed Studio have announced a large expansion for their puzzle RPG Doctor Who: Legacy on Facebook. The game sees players joining the Doctors from the 50-year history of the show, and challenges them to stand up against the franchise’s villains. With this new update, called “The Hunt For Greyhound One,” players will meet new characters and experience content associated with the new season of the popular television show.
Renatus Media has announced the launch of its newest game on Facebook: Candy Dale. Developed by Clonefish, the game takes players to a land of sweets, where they’ll complete match-three levels by drawing and tracing lines on symbols on the board.
Looking to test your observational skills with a new casual game? You might try Plixl’s Mosaic Medley on Facebook. Previously released on iPad, this casual seek-and-find experience gives players a look at cluttered scenes of jumbled items and asks them to find very particular objects in each.
Eva Studio’s Facebook puzzle game Mermaid has a simple title and an equally simple premise: to save the Little Mermaid’s friends from an underwater world that’s being filled with garbage. However, where most other match-three games are completed one basic level at a time, each level in Mermaid comes in three parts, and can be completed in a variety of ways.
What would have happened if Cinderella never met her Prince? That’s the premise behind PlayFlock’s Fairytale on Facebook. The game takes players to a fantasy land, where traditional fairytales have been turned on their heads and the heroes didn’t win. In Fairytale, players will need to defeat the Wicked Witch through match-three levels, and they have a few magical abilities of their own to help them.
Qublix’s Puffy Pop has been played by over one million gamers on Facebook, and takes players to a land of magic, inhabited by colorful Puffs, creatures that spend their time collecting elixir. This elixir sustains life in the Puff Kingdom, but in the wrong hands, it can be used to unleash unimaginable destruction. In Puffy Pop, players will become the hero of the Puff Kingdom, completing match-three levels in order to stop an evil being named Gruff from collecting that elixir and taking over the land.
Independent game developer Blue Fondue has announced the worldwide release of Crossword Combat, a browser-based word game that sees users completing a crossword grid with any words that come to mind, so long as they fit into the grid’s horizontal and vertical letter placements.
In each game, players have two minutes to fill the grid, with certain letters offering bonus points and others resulting in penalties. For instance, using the letters O or P could offer bonus points, while using X takes away points. These letters are different in each game. In addition, each game has a required letter, which must be used in at least one word on the grid.
Game Insight’s Smiley Boom will soon make its way to iOS and Android devices, but until then, users can play the match-three game on Facebook. In Smiley Boom, players are taken to the town of “Smiland,” where players are introduced to the “Smileys,” groups of colorful orbs with their own personalities.
On each stage of the game, players are asked to complete certain requirements before moving onto the next area of town. These may ask gamers to earn a set number of points, remove special ice tiles from the board, and so on.
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