Fantasy Mosaics 29: Alien Planet

Mysterious penguin Una is taking her husband Aaron to visit her home planet! It's your turn to help them explore the alien planet and solve new colorful puzzles along the way! Will they discover even more vibrant colors to enrich this new collection of mosaics? Delight in the unique game mechanics, unlocking secret colors as you play! Will the penguins discover even more vibrant colors to enrich this new collection of mosaics?


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Yes, they just keep churning these out Plaet okay- not great. Well, here we are flying off to Una's home planet! They are fun. Another One! I endorse the game for those who cannot get enough of Mystery P.I.: The Vegas Heist. The Gizmos are my favorite games of this genre. The game may seem complicated if you're new to this genre, but it really is an easy game to learn. Locked colors is a fairly recent addiction to the series. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Brendansoma1 from Same Another Fantasy Mosaics that hasn't changed much. Mini games added in to find the next addition to the garden Penguin The Locked Colors have returned, where some of the colors aren't available until you uncover Keys by filling in certain cells. Yes, they just keep churning these out

You may choose to use a clue or a hammer or a sun but you never actually have to. Great if you just want to switch off and be robotic. Secondly, the penguins are just cute. Therefore, it is possible to make a mistake or two but still earn 3 stars as long as you don't use any available hints. They are a wonderful break from all the other types of games. They have also added a choice of 5 different tile sets, ranging in color vibrancy and styles. The Eye feature has returned, which allows you to hide the grid to get a look at the puzzle without all the lines, and they added a reset icon too. Very annoying if you have a line of 20 tiles and a not so steady hand anymore. They are fun. It's okay- not great. Let's find out what Mr. This feature would be awesome, but it seems to me that the puzzles are far too easy since this feature was added. The Penguins are setting off on yet another fantasy journey, this time to an Alien Planet. Please keep them coming The game may seem complicated if you're new to this genre, but it really is an easy game to learn.

Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by coqa from Same old same old On positive, colours good and pics identifiable. I'm still a fan of the Fantasy Mosaics series, they are always based upon logic, which isn't always the case with similar games. You can earn a Gold trophy if you make no mistakes, a Silver trophy if you make one mistake and a Bronze trophy if you make two mistakes. Especially in the garden, the "Play with me" characters are dull and they refuse to play except the Robot. Just swiping across large area is boring. They are much more challenging but can still be solved with logic and not just guessing. There are groups of numbers located on each column Mosaic row of the grid, each group of numbers must be separated by at Trapped: The Abduction one blank or crossed off cell. How could it improve? Please keep them coming The one aspect of Alien Planet that is remotely appealing is than Match Gems does no hand holding in the early grids. I know that logic will Fables of the Kingdom whereas, some other mosaic games have Fanttasy colors off so that they are hard to see, or you have to Fantasy Mosaics 29: Alien Planet on the last color and square but if you are like me, you like to get a "perfect" puzzle each time. The tiles are the same ones provided in the last Penguin adventure, beautiful and bright and you have your choice of several designs.


Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by coqa from Same old same old On positive, colours good and pics identifiable. Fantasy Mosaics only offered single colored puzzles, and the introduction of 6 colors wasn't introduced until FM 16, and really with the exception of adding the Stars for not using Hints within the last few games, they are a bit slow to give FM fans new options. The penguins are still at it and good for them. I do also find them a little monotonous like some other reviewers have said. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by JesusFavorite from Yay You may choose to use a clue or a hammer or a sun but you never actually have to. If so, I really would like to know the name of it. Very annoying if you have a line of 20 tiles and a not so steady hand anymore. There is a Sun icon as well that when fully charged, will give you a mega-hint, filling in or crossing off a 3x3 area of your choice. Levels could be a bit more difficult They are much more challenging but can still be solved with logic and not just guessing. And if you go to the next color cause the first is hard to start with and finish it, it goes back to the first color instead of the next in line. The pictures are always easily recognized and labeled, and they always seem to come up with a wide range of colors, so happy griddling and enjoy! Please keep them coming Let's find out what Mr.

You will also earn up to three gold Stars if you don't use any hints, one star is deducted each time you use a hint. The cursor still doesn't 'stay' on the line, even if you miss a tile or two. I've mentioned this before, so I won't be buying this one. Therefore, it is possible to make a mistake or two but still earn 3 stars as long as you don't use any available hints. This feature would be awesome, but it seems to me that the puzzles are far too easy since this feature was added. So far my favourite characters are in Fantasy Mosaics Magic Forest. These are just the best. If you are patient and switch between colors you can always solve these. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by hraili from Disappointing! Great if you just want to switch off and be robotic. Well, here we are flying off to Una's home planet! I have had more than enough Date published: Fantasy Mosaics now becoming boring and monotonous. Yes, they just keep churning these out

Fantasy Mosaics now becoming boring and monotonous. The game itself is functioning allright, as it should by now, and I still recommend it, but don't let the garden disturb your fun, as it did to me. First, and most important, they are always logic based. I would still love to see a little more of a storyline, one that was told a little at a time after each level, rather than just getting a new Garden item. There is a Sun icon as well that when fully charged, will give you a mega-hint, filling in or crossing off a 3x3 area of your choice. I do, however, always play the one hour trial just to make sure the game will play on my older-than-dirt computer, but once it reaches the end of the trial, there is no hesitation with buying any Fantasy Mosaic game. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Brendansoma1 from Same Another Fantasy Mosaics that hasn't changed much. The Gizmos are my favorite games of this genre. Well, here we are flying off to Una's home planet! Fantasy Mosaics has been around for a long time, and I have a feeling that our grandkids will be playing the new releases someday. I would also enjoy a few new features added, the locked colors are okay, but surely one doesn't need 29 versions of a game with the same basic features. You also have a choice of whether to have only 2 colors available until you've played a while into each puzzle.

5 thoughts on “Fantasy Mosaics 29: Alien Planet

  1. You can earn a Gold trophy if you make no mistakes, a Silver trophy if you make one mistake and a Bronze trophy if you make two mistakes. Another One! Yes, they just keep churning these out At that point the rest of the colors become available to you. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by pzzllvr from Loved the music I own most of these and love playing them.

  2. I'm still a fan of the Fantasy Mosaics series, they are always based upon logic, which isn't always the case with similar games. Great if you just want to switch off and be robotic. There are groups of numbers located on each column and row of the grid, each group of numbers must be separated by at least one blank or crossed off cell. I endorse the game for those who cannot get enough of these.

  3. I do, however, always play the one hour trial just to make sure the game will play on my older-than-dirt computer, but once it reaches the end of the trial, there is no hesitation with buying any Fantasy Mosaic game. They have also added a choice of 5 different tile sets, ranging in color vibrancy and styles. Secondly, the penguins are just cute. I would still love to see a little more of a storyline, one that was told a little at a time after each level, rather than just getting a new Garden item. I've mentioned this before, so I won't be buying this one.

  4. I like the game and the whole series. You also have a choice of whether to have only 2 colors available until you've played a while into each puzzle. All games can improve. Already the scenery shows it will be beautiful

  5. Fantasy Mosaics now becoming boring and monotonous. And if you go to the next color cause the first is hard to start with and finish it, it goes back to the first color instead of the next in line. The Penguins are setting off on yet another fantasy journey, this time to an Alien Planet. The tiles are the same ones provided in the last Penguin adventure, beautiful and bright and you have your choice of several designs. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by LogieBaby from What a big surprise!!

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