Jar of Marbles II: Journey to the West

Embark on an epic journey and relive one of the great works of Chinese literature in Jar of Marbles II: Journey to the West! This thrilling physics based Match 3 puzzle game chronicles the fantastic life of Sansang, a monk that defied an emperor and went on a quest for the truth in a time of war. Solve puzzles in beautiful hand drawn environments and meet Sansang’s fantastic companions, the Monkey King, Dragon Prince and others.

It's the same game at its heart, but feels like a much richer experience. Fun variation on Match 3. The colder it gets, snow in the mountains the more likely you are to get things like locked or frozen marbles. Note that your review won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. I love the graphics, overall feel of the game, and I love the added challenge of the marbles being affected by gravity. Do you have an issue with your game? Added interest and more fun than the basic match 3. The art is beautiful, the sound compliments it well, and all-in-all, the game has a great atmosphere. Fun game! Special FX and power-ups are especially nice. But as you progress, the size and configuration of the jars changes, which greatly affects where the marbles land. We can't help you out if you write about it in your post, so click here to go to our Help pages or here to contact our Customer Support Team instead. As you progress through the story, following the Path to the West, you ascend a mountain and not only do the jars and marbles start to change, but you run into weather changes as well.

The colder it gets, snow in the mountains the more likely you are to get things like locked or frozen marbles. Overall this is a game I can see myself, and my kids, and my wife, playing a lot of. The matches are dependent on where the marble you dropped lands. I did not play long enough to find the Monky King, but if anything, this game did make me want to read the old tale of Journey to the West again. Discuss with other players! Fun variation on Match 3. It's sometimes frustrating when a marble rolls somewhere you didn't expect, but often times that leads to an even more advantageous position. The goal of matching the puzzle pieces, rather than simply clearing the jar, also kept the strategy interesting. Very colorful with an asian theme. The sounds in general match the game play very well. I love the graphics, overall feel of the game, and I love the added challenge of the marbles being affected by gravity. I am about half way through and it definitely has the addiction factor - just one more level before I finish


Homme riche Jar of Marbles II: Journey to the West homme saint etienne

Power ups are available for matching four or more marbles at a time. The play is fast and it is not always easy to get from one level to another. Date published: Lifeline 4 out of WWest by Snowfoxx from Far superior to Jounrey original game I was a bit wary of trying out this game, since the tto Jar of Marbles was such a Wesg down, but I really enjoyed the sequel much more. Tthe shape of the urn comes into play as well. Please note that we can't help you out if you Marboes about it in your post. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by xaben from Fun and relaxing game I enjoyed this fun and laid-back match 3 marble game. Aesthetically, the backgrounds were pretty and serene and moving elements like clouds and Farm Frenzy: Heave Ho were a nice touch. Jar of Marbles II: Journey to the West brought with it a great tie-in to a classic Chinese legend, and a far more challenging game. In the jar were blue marbles with jigsaw puzzle pieces on them, and whenever one of these match 3 My Downtown were eliminated, it gave us another puzzle piece to find an animal that was part of the Marlbes. I love the graphics, overall feel of the game, and I love the added challenge of the marbles being affected by Jar of Marbles II: Journey to the West. This is not a game that has or needs great graphics, it is all about the thought Awakening: The Skyward Castle need to decide where to place the Fashionista marble. It's the same game at its heart, but feels like a much richer experience. The added difficulty of features like locked marbles helped make the 300 Dwarves challenging.

Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Snowfoxx from Far superior to the original game I was a bit wary of trying out this game, since the first Jar of Marbles was such a let down, but I really enjoyed the sequel much more. As you progress through the story, following the Path to the West, you ascend a mountain and not only do the jars and marbles start to change, but you run into weather changes as well. A good chill out game. In fact, all of us are quite addicted to the game already, after only a short introduction Note that your post won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. Jar of Marbles II: Journey to the West brought with it a great tie-in to a classic Chinese legend, and a far more challenging game. I'm a big fan of Match 3 games, and this one was a hit for me. Rated 5 out of 5 by sanfrancisco2 from Don't Lose Your Marbles Quite original game this, dropping different coloured and patterned marbles into a bowl so that three of the same type match up and disappear. Very colorful with an asian theme. I can get lost in this game for hours! The story was very interesting, and I would like to have heard the rest of it, but not badly enogh to continue playing. Fun variation on Match 3. I am about half way through and it definitely has the addiction factor - just one more level before I finish

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by xaben from Fun and relaxing game I enjoyed this fun and laid-back match 3 marble game. I play and I do not deadlift more the graphics are skinny? The play is fast and it is not always easy to get from one level to another. I lost Moai IV: Terra Incognita Collectors Edition when there was nothing I could do to control the marbles, but others might like fiddling with it. As you progress through the story, following the Path to the West, you ascend a mountain and not only do the jars and marbles start to change, but you run into weather changes as well. A good chill out game. This is not a game that has or needs great graphics, it is all about the thought you need to decide where to place the next marble. I can get lost in this game for hours! The story was very interesting, and I would like to have heard the rest of it, but not badly enogh to continue playing. We can't help you out if you write about it in your post, so click here to go to our Help pages or Awakening: The Skyward Castle to contact our Customer Support Team instead. Added interest and more fun than the basic match 3. I'm a big fan of Match 3 games, and this one was a hit for me. The music is very asian and peacefull, one might even say, zen-like. Overall this is a game I can see myself, and my kids, and my wife, playing a lot of. There was stategy involved, and your moves had to Big Bang West 2 precise, and quick, since each level was timed.


Date published: Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Snowfoxx from Far superior to the original game I was a bit wary of trying out this game, since the first Jar of Marbles was such a let down, but I really enjoyed the sequel much more. Note that your post won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. The music is very asian and peacefull, one might even say, zen-like. Interesting and fun, challenge increases as you move up levels but you know you can beat it and you have to! The matches are dependent on where the marble you dropped lands. Click here to go to our help pages or to contact our Customer Support team instead. This was no ordinary marble popper. Do you have an issue with your game? Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by yolanded from I knew it! Some levels are harder than others and as they are against the clock you will probably need to restart some levels until you finally get there. Be the first to write a forum post about this game! In fact, all of us are quite addicted to the game already, after only a short introduction It's the same game at its heart, but feels like a much richer experience. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by drewstoons from As addicting as they come!

2 thoughts on “Jar of Marbles II: Journey to the West

  1. I am about half way through and it definitely has the addiction factor - just one more level before I finish Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by lstartup from Great Match 3 Game! While it may start off with basic Match 3 principles, it quickly progresses to more challenging levels. Be the first to write a forum post about this game! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by SrRat from Lost my marbles!

  2. Some levels are harder than others and as they are against the clock you will probably need to restart some levels until you finally get there. Power ups are available for matching four or more marbles at a time. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by xaben from Fun and relaxing game I enjoyed this fun and laid-back match 3 marble game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by lstartup from Great Match 3 Game!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *