Season Match: Curse of the Witch Crow

Enter a magical fairy-tale world and overcome the evil Crow Witch! After the Crow Witch captures the Months, the world may never see a New Year again! Help her desperate captives escape using your Match 3 talents! Master minigames and find helpful items in Hidden Object scenes in Season Match 3: Curse of the Witch Crow. Free the Months and save the day!


Shawinigan Season Match: Curse of the Witch Crow

All over a fun game to pass the time. I am a FunPass player so I don't buy many, but I do buy on occation. Very disappointed. If the graphics weren't so amazing, I would have given it less stars. But the best part for me is the wonderful imagination of the developers in creating the scenes. I'm 64 years old and, though the game does get a little repetitive, I would not hesitate to recommend it to a friend. They do break up the mass-clicking with some pretty simple puzzles like find all the squirrels in the picture, or re-assemble the "playing card" jig-saw puzzles, etc. Kid friendly, and Mother approved. Then you get it and end the level then you move on and have to Brain Games: Mahjongg something else. Sadly I figured they would get harder over time but it never really happens. It's not a bad game, just too easy. Since you have to solve 12 months, it is definitely long Rune Lord. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Oedesh from Another great season match!!

In between match 3 levels there are also hidden object scenes and what I played of this I found crows, cards, and mirror pieces. I learned quickly not to leave a level without a coin. If the graphics weren't so amazing, I would have given it less stars. The real plus about saving the spirits is that each one has a special power you can use while clearing matches off the board. Just my speed. It's basically just LOTS of clicking to gather jewels, flowers, etc to clear screens, 12 sections one for each month and a pretty simple story line. Instead, you click on an unfrozen item that is touching two similar items and all of those connected items disappear. First I do not own a lot of so-called 'spooky' games Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by grandmagin from FUN I've played this so many times along with the other 2. I got bored with it pretty easily. Got stuck on one level and thought I would never get it, since I didn't have a coin to extend the time. The hidden object scenes in between are simple but pleasurable. No exaggeration here on the time. It is both challenging in the match 3 and the hidden objects are are nice interlude.

The HO's take about 10 seconds or less to complete, and they're not really hidden, just "there" for clicking on. I played all levels to the end, then it starts fresh again from the beginning. Then you get it and end the level then you move on Battle Slots have to find something else. LOTS of written dialogue in between boards on what to accomplish in the next board, and the continuing storyline. Its very colorful and great graphics. The storyline is interesting, graphics are really good and music is good. How I made 14 levels of this is beyond my comprehension because I had to thr every level at least once right from the get go but really tried to give this a chance and well after 14 levels I Season Match: Curse of the Witch Crow to finally stop all madness, cut this off, and pull the plug already. I Witcy bored with it pretty easily. A note to the Gamehouse since I know you read these reviews. It's not particularly challenging, though it's more difficult once you try to beat the timed Arcade mode levels. Beautifully rendered and stylized.


In the timed mode this game is very challenging however in the Relaxed mode non timed it is fun to play and the graphics are beautiful. Kept saying I was going to stop and 40 levels later I finally did. If 3 or more alike ones are adjacent to each other, click them with the mouse and they vanish and pieces fall down to fill in the pieces. I wish the rest of the game was as good. The Match 3 portion is challenging on the timed level and relaxing and fun on the untimed level. How I made 14 levels of this is beyond my comprehension because I had to redo every level at least once right from the get go but really tried to give this a chance and well after 14 levels I had to finally stop all madness, cut this off, and pull the plug already. LOTS of written dialogue in between boards on what to accomplish in the next board, and the continuing storyline. The only reason this game got a 1 star from me is because there was no other option. I find it very relaxing and absolutely perfect for me. The only reason this game got a 1 star from me is because there was no other option. Thanks and Happy New Year! It combined the fun of the usual match 3 type of games with the challenge of a hidden object game. This is just as good as the prequels. Very disappointed. How I made 14 levels of this is beyond my comprehension because I had to redo every level at least once right from the get go but really tried to give this a chance and well after 14 levels I had to finally stop all madness, cut this off, and pull the plug already.

I really like the game! How wonderful. A castle on the back of a blue whale? Every level starts with them telling you that you need to recover such and such an item. Oh and I also found the dialog to this game downright rude and obnoxious cause the witch in this game that puts the obstacles in your way I actually wanted to go through the computer and just smack her face for her snarky comments about how she "can't be beat. The HO's take about 10 seconds or less to complete, and they're not really hidden, just "there" for clicking on. There's also coins within the game that if you can free them, you can add more time to the clock but needed several of those and didn't add enough time to "write home about. I know some will like this game more than me, and that's wonderful. This and many other scenes were a revelation of the imagination. I finished it in three days. But it is quite fun and relaxing. I absolutely am hooked on this game!

The HO's take about 10 seconds or less to complete, and they're not really hidden, just "there" for clicking on. I really liked this one. The story actually seems overly elaborate to me, but it's hard to complain that you get more than you expected out of a game. The game was not so hard that you could not finish the game and the story was ok. Very fun game!!! Graphics are beautiful and I enjoyed every bit of it. It is by far fun, graphic is done so well its like being there in the scenes, music is totally 'tune in and enjoy', had the storyline with even an 'evil' witch! I absolutely am hooked on this game! Kid friendly, and Mother approved. Listed as spooky? This and many other scenes were a revelation of the imagination. Just sliding to an item sometimes clears it--nice if you're in a hurry, bad if you had a stradegy and didn't want those items to disappear. A note to the Gamehouse since I know you read these reviews. Finished it twice, both on relaxed and timed in just a few hours. The real plus about saving the spirits is that each one has a special power you can use while clearing matches off the board.

8 thoughts on “Season Match: Curse of the Witch Crow

  1. This game was wonderful from the very beginning to the end. I found the boards in this game to be way too large, way too many obstacles put in your way besides the bricks such as frozen, vines that need cut, and chained pieces that you need to break to get to the huge frozen piece at the bottom to break that to get the piece you need to move on to the next level. The evil witch was a little annoying as she appears through each level and tells you how impossible it is to overcome her powers but other then that I enjoyed the game. The real downside of the storyline is just how rote it is. Go for it.

  2. The power-ups that are active during a given game will give you a clue as to strategy. As I said, entertaining when you don't want to have to think to hard. Not too difficult to master. This one is toooo easy to buy.

  3. A thoroughly enjoyable game. The levels varied as far as the "match 3" went. I have to say I enjoyed the trail so much I bought it. In between match 3 levels there are also hidden object scenes and what I played of this I found crows, cards, and mirror pieces.

  4. No exaggeration here on the time. They do break up the mass-clicking with some pretty simple puzzles like find all the squirrels in the picture, or re-assemble the "playing card" jig-saw puzzles, etc. If you enjoy your match-3 games this one is a decent title to add to the collection, even though there are a bunch like it.

  5. About 2 minutes to accomplish the goal. I keep going back to play it. Tacked on, rote story. Relaxing in timed or untimed, okay power-ups but not much of a challenge. Again a simple story line.

  6. Got stuck on one level and thought I would never get it, since I didn't have a coin to extend the time. I love that! The story actually seems overly elaborate to me, but it's hard to complain that you get more than you expected out of a game. You may have to play more than once to figure out where they are.

  7. I got bored pretty quickly, because it's too easy. Kid friendly, and Mother approved. Just sliding to an item sometimes clears it--nice if you're in a hurry, bad if you had a stradegy and didn't want those items to disappear.

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