Laruaville

What do you know about ghosts? Are they scary? Do they prefer living in ruins or cemetaries? Of course not! Actually, ghosts are friendly and cheerful, and - yes, they need a place to live. But they can't build the town by themselves! That's why they need your help in this new, breathtaking match 3 game with HOGs and puzzles.


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Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by hawkpaul from Love this and shouldn't I really enjoy playing this game despite the annoying hidden object rounds some don't even appear until you ask for a hint but play without them and the game is excellent. This was an Awsome game to play. While the subject matter is certainly kid friendly, most of the games are not. Not as bright. But it's cute, well aLruaville and the theme is kid-friendly. After completing the entire game, it randomly selects levels for you to play again if you want to continue gameplay. And there is a new character- demanding and a bit bossy but also funny. Laruaviille if you own all the others I still think you will enjoy this game. I even play the up-grades. And it is designed that way, so we can pick which one is our preference. Another big Laruavills to 12 Labours of Hercules IV: Mother Nature Laruaville Laruaviloe the different types of games included in the play, for instance mah jong and different types of match 3 Laruaville. This one is as much fun as the others. In the Demon Match 3 game, you Laruaville against the demon on a split board alternating turns with the Demon.

Even at 9, it's still top notch in every way. Not much new here but Lauraville has its fans and I'm one of them. There are plenty of obstacles to make the goal more difficult, but overcoming those obstacles only matters if they are preventing you from getting to the coins. In the Demon Match 3 game, you play against the demon on a split board alternating turns with the Demon. Bonus games. Date published: In this case I think the game is more enjoyable in relaxed mode without the timer. Although, the HO puzzles were a bit tricky! This was an Awsome game to play. I played the demo and it was over so quick that I just had to continue. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by andrewhow from Laruaville 9 I enjoyed playing this series of games including this game Date published: This is another fantastic installment in the saga. The mini-games are fun, but it would have been nice to have less mahjong, and maybe some Sudoku. After completing the entire game, it randomly selects levels for you to play again if you want to continue gameplay. There are bonus rounds which appear after you play a certain amount of levels, and on one half of them there is a new feature of playing a dual against their AI, who if it beats you seems to get kinder eventually lol.

This was an Awsome game to play. A difference I Lqruaville like as much was that to me it seemed harder to know if my fires were still burning in this one? This is the most excited I've been about a new game in a long time. Laruavville one is as much fun as the others. While the subject matter is certainly kid friendly, most of the Laruaville are not. If only other games where like this one in providing enough change to keep us happy. The developers of this series bother to change their tiles, their storylines and give good value amount of levels Laruaviloe all their games The Laruaville series is a tad easier in the main game than its 'cousin who is cursed'. It was a lot of fun and the different things to do Laruavil,e the game was great! Rated 5 out of 5 by Calliefornia from Great Match 3 I love this game. The storyline Among the Heavens very humorous, and the whole game is clever, good value and feel Latuaville. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by hawkpaul from Love this and shouldn't I really enjoy playing this game despite the annoying hidden object Lruaville some don't even appear until you ask for a hint but play without them and Laruaville game Nick Jr. Bingo excellent. The creators of these friendly little Ghosts of Laruaville know exactly how to walk that fine line, the result After completing the entire game, it randomly selects levels for you to play again if you want Laruaville continue gameplay. There are bonus rounds which appear after you play a certain amount of levels, and on one half of them there is Laruaville new feature of playing a dual against their AI, who if it beats you seems to get kinder eventually lol. Very nice in all respects and as well suited to first timers as to old timers who love M3s.


There's a fine line between offering an unchanged sequel for fear of losing their fan base and offering a sequel that has just enough change to keep it fresh for those of us who have played them all while keeping the mechanics familiar enough to keep their fan base. Not as bright. That game requires more thinking about game play. The other sub games where you match symbols is actually fun. Try it you will like it. This was an Awsome game to play. Rated 5 out of 5 by Kafinkee from YAY! Just love it, playing it over and over. Although, the HO puzzles were a bit tricky! I wasted time moving one, only to get to the end and find I was blocked. If only other games where like this one in providing enough change to keep us happy. Basic game play is similar to other Laruavilles but this game has that nice added extra that I so like. There are all the usual suspects, fire tiles, frozen coins, droplets, blank areas that don't burn, and coins to join etc. Buying it was a total no-brainer. A round of applause I think Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by verimeri from It's a great game Laruaville is always fun to play.

This Match 3 should definitely be on your list, but younger children will need help. The actual matching aspect is fast, which is what makes or breaks a matching game for me, along with being able to slide your tiles instead of having to click and release on each tile to swap them. The gameplay is unique in that you must plan your matches to affect the surrounding pieces. Not much new here but Lauraville has its fans and I'm one of them. I found it addictive. I did a jump for joy when I saw another Laruaville appear as the new game of the day. Laruaville is a Match 3 game that's "All About The Coins", the level goals are clear and simple, collect all of the coins, but of course, collecting the coins is anything but simple! A great game for the whole family. Now, this is how a Match 3 game should be! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by andrewhow from Laruaville 9 I enjoyed playing this series of games including this game Date published: Although, the HO puzzles were a bit tricky! Fun to play until the end!

Try it you will like it. Additionally, the hidden object scenes are quite difficult. If they were candy I'd have a toothache! I played the demo and it was over so quick that I just had to continue. Now, this is how a Match 3 game should be! Their mini-games are great too, especially their find-the-difference that are surprisingly kind of difficult which I like. The actual matching aspect is fast, which is what makes or breaks a matching game for me, along with being able to slide your tiles instead of having to click and release on each tile to swap them. But I was wrong. A difference I didn't like as much was that to me it seemed harder to know if my fires were still burning in this one? Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by lloydse from A complete success, total fun! Hours of fun here if you like match Another big bonus to this game were the different types of games included in the play, for instance mah jong and different types of match 3 games.

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13 thoughts on “Laruaville

  1. Even if you own all the others I still think you will enjoy this game. I own every Laruaville game and immediately added this one. This is the most excited I've been about a new game in a long time. The storyline is very humorous, and the whole game is clever, good value and feel good. The actual matching aspect is fast, which is what makes or breaks a matching game for me, along with being able to slide your tiles instead of having to click and release on each tile to swap them.

  2. The Match 3 play itself gets fairly complicated and quite difficult if using the timer. I did a jump for joy when I saw another Laruaville appear as the new game of the day. There are several Obstacles preventing you from getting to the Coins, however, if they aren't blocking a coin there's no need to overcome some obstacles. After each Match 3 level, you can play a Solitaire or Mahjong game as well as my personal favorites, Spot the Difference with differences that aren't as obvious as you'd expect.

  3. But it's cute, well drawn and the theme is kid-friendly. A round of applause I think Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by verimeri from It's a great game Laruaville is always fun to play. Not as bright. I didn't find the music or sounds annoying, but I keep those turned pretty low as a rule. I played the demo and it was over so quick that I just had to continue.

  4. There are all the usual suspects, fire tiles, frozen coins, droplets, blank areas that don't burn, and coins to join etc. Very nice in all respects and as well suited to first timers as to old timers who love M3s. Every version has slightly difference mechanics so they're not a carbon copy of each other.

  5. Bonus games. Buying it was a total no-brainer. After each Match 3 level, you can play a Solitaire or Mahjong game as well as my personal favorites, Spot the Difference with differences that aren't as obvious as you'd expect. The humor is fun and cute - and don't forget to click on each ghost to give them a tickle. Love the graphics in the town we're building and the sense of finishing the town is great.

  6. Try it you will like it. Their mini-games are great too, especially their find-the-difference that are surprisingly kind of difficult which I like. I found everything about this game enjoyable and stress-free. The other sub games where you match symbols is actually fun.

  7. Try it you will like it. A difference I didn't like as much was that to me it seemed harder to know if my fires were still burning in this one? This one is as much fun as the others. It was so refreshing to find something different, especially in a match 3.

  8. Just love it, playing it over and over. Fun graphics, but doesn't take up mega space to download another reason I've stepped back from BFG. There are bonus rounds which appear after you play a certain amount of levels, and on one half of them there is a new feature of playing a dual against their AI, who if it beats you seems to get kinder eventually lol. Bonus games. I rarely look at Big Fish anymore because I am so burned out on creepy hidden object games.

  9. When you first start playing you think it's the "usual" Match 3, but as you progress you understand that there more involved. And it is designed that way, so we can pick which one is our preference. Of course for me the most enjoyable part of all is building the town. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by andrewhow from Laruaville 9 I enjoyed playing this series of games including this game Date published: It was so refreshing to find something different, especially in a match 3.

  10. Every version has slightly difference mechanics so they're not a carbon copy of each other. The developers of this series bother to change their tiles, their storylines and give good value amount of levels to all their games The Laruaville series is a tad easier in the main game than its 'cousin who is cursed'. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by bootsie55 from "Laruaville" Match 3 I love all the match 3 I can find. Not much new here but Lauraville has its fans and I'm one of them. I found everything about this game enjoyable and stress-free.

  11. But I was wrong. Another big bonus to this game were the different types of games included in the play, for instance mah jong and different types of match 3 games. This was an Awsome game to play. Just love it, playing it over and over.

  12. All in all this was a well thought out, well developed game to sit down and have fun with. The powerups are useful and practical, though few; they are attainable through multi-matches. The actual matching aspect is fast, which is what makes or breaks a matching game for me, along with being able to slide your tiles instead of having to click and release on each tile to swap them.

  13. Feel good fun Its not often a game can get to this amount in a series and still come up shining. Many of them took me multiple tries to complete. Hours of fun here if you like match

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