Apiary Quest

Control bees to collect honey. Move flowers to Match 3 or more flowers in a line. The flowers will disappear and produce honey. When honey fills the bottle, the mission is completed. Use bombs to remove flowers more than three at one time. Every level has a different layout, different honey positions, and chains to increase difficulty, it will be a new challenge.


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I would not recommend this game - there are so many others worthy of your time. Players have to assemble the beehive from its four main parts by clicking on them and moving them into their place marked in the center of the screen. Random event The bee keeper is involved in a random event. After positioning a piece, they have to select another and repeat the process until the beehive is completely repaired. You just go from one board to the next, nothing in between, no scores shown, no other mini games thrown in - just very tedious match 3 on the angle. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by irishicks from Read reviews before you buy Not good at all, i think the other 2 reviews say it all. I should have read the Solitaire Cruise review! If they fail, however, the bees escape from their hive start attacking the player. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by myyorkies from Not For Me! Really surprised Big Fish would have something like this, they Braveland usually beyond excellence in their choice of games. This match 3 doesn't have much going for it: the icons are very tiny, very hard on your eyes, and there are too many varieties of Brain Puzzle on the board at the same time, making matches Apiary Quest and far between, but if you hesitate long enough, the board will show you where the match is located. The Apiary Quest aren't really understandable like those you get when trying to put together something made in another country and leave you wondering what to do with some of the things occurring on the board. After all the pieces are placed, they have to click the 'build' button at the bottom of the screen to finally assemble Syberia - Part 1 hive. Rated 1 out of Tradewinds Classic by BayouWoman from not for me either! Now you have two reviews instead of one.

Really surprised Big Fish would have something like this, they are usually beyond excellence in their choice of games. The placement of new icons is fast but very erratic and unpredictable. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by irishicks from Read reviews before you buy Not good at all, i think the other 2 reviews say it all. The Player then runs away from their original location, to a location near a river to escape the bees, which will drain the players run energy. Random event The bee keeper is involved in a random event. Rated 1 out of 5 by BayouWoman from not for me either! You just go from one board to the next, nothing in between, no scores shown, no other mini games thrown in - just very tedious match 3 on the angle. The music is also horrible, the same few bars over and over and over again contributing to the headache. Players have to assemble the beehive from its four main parts by clicking on them and moving them into their place marked in the center of the screen. If the hive is successfully repaired, the player receives a reward and is returned to their original location. During Troll Romance , he assists the player in obtaining the beeswax to wax the sled with. The instructions aren't really understandable like those you get when trying to put together something made in another country and leave you wondering what to do with some of the things occurring on the board. After all the pieces are placed, they have to click the 'build' button at the bottom of the screen to finally assemble the hive. After positioning a piece, they have to select another and repeat the process until the beehive is completely repaired. He will tell players all about his bees and beehives, and explain how to obtain buckets of wax as well as its uses.

If the hive is successfully repaired, the player Gnomes Garden: Lost King a reward and is returned to their original location. The board is small and it is difficult to distinguish items, gave me a Quesy Apiary Quest the time I gave up and quit. The beekeeper is Apiary Quest man who runs an apiary west of Catherby and south of Seers' Villagenext to a flaxfield. I would not recommend this game - there are so many others worthy of your time. Rated 1 out of 5 by BayouWoman from not for me either! If they fail, however, the bees escape from their hive start attacking Quesf player. Now you have two reviews instead of one. This match 3 doesn't have much going for it: the icons are very tiny, very hard on your eyes, and there are too many varieties of icons on the board at the same time, making matches few and far between, but if you hesitate long enough, the board will show you where the match is located. I should have read the other review!


This game seems to be made by someone to whom English is a second language, for instance when you finish a level it says, "pass a barrier". He appears to be somewhat obsessed with his bees, and warns players to leave them alone, as they belong to him. He teleports players to a field of beehives and requests help to repair a broken beehive. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by irishicks from Read reviews before you buy Not good at all, i think the other 2 reviews say it all. Please add a map! I hope you will do better than me: read them and pass this game by Now you have two reviews instead of one. No challenge and no creativity Date published: He tells players that they are welcome to take as much wax and honeycombs as they want, and gives them some insect repellent to aid in doing so. The placement of new icons is fast but very erratic and unpredictable. He makes a bee related pun when players say goodbye to him, telling them to 'bee' good. The instructions aren't really understandable like those you get when trying to put together something made in another country and leave you wondering what to do with some of the things occurring on the board. Matches can be made on the horizontal or angle. This match 3 doesn't have much going for it: the icons are very tiny, very hard on your eyes, and there are too many varieties of icons on the board at the same time, making matches few and far between, but if you hesitate long enough, the board will show you where the match is located.

The board is small and it is difficult to distinguish items, gave me a headache by the time I gave up and quit. The Player then runs away from their original location, to a location near a river to escape the bees, which will drain the players run energy. After all the pieces are placed, they have to click the 'build' button at the bottom of the screen to finally assemble the hive. He appears to be somewhat obsessed with his bees, and warns players to leave them alone, as they belong to him. Rated 1 out of 5 by BayouWoman from not for me either! Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by irishicks from Read reviews before you buy Not good at all, i think the other 2 reviews say it all. I hope you will do better than me: read them and pass this game by He will tell players all about his bees and beehives, and explain how to obtain buckets of wax as well as its uses. This match 3 doesn't have much going for it: the icons are very tiny, very hard on your eyes, and there are too many varieties of icons on the board at the same time, making matches few and far between, but if you hesitate long enough, the board will show you where the match is located. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by myyorkies from Not For Me! The beekeeper is a man who runs an apiary west of Catherby and south of Seers' Village , next to a flaxfield. I would not recommend this game - there are so many others worthy of your time. After positioning a piece, they have to select another and repeat the process until the beehive is completely repaired.

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BEGINNING BEEKEEPING: Setting Up The Apiary

He makes a bee related pun when players say goodbye to him, telling them to 'bee' good. The instructions aren't really understandable like those you get when trying to put together something made in another country and leave you wondering what to do with some of the things occurring on the board. No challenge and no creativity Date published: The beekeeper is a man who runs an apiary west of Catherby and south of Seers' Village , next to a flaxfield. If they fail, however, the bees escape from their hive start attacking the player. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by irishicks from Read reviews before you buy Not good at all, i think the other 2 reviews say it all. The board is small and it is difficult to distinguish items, gave me a headache by the time I gave up and quit. Rated 1 out of 5 by BayouWoman from not for me either! I should have read the other review! Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by myyorkies from Not For Me! This game seems to be made by someone to whom English is a second language, for instance when you finish a level it says, "pass a barrier". The placement of new icons is fast but very erratic and unpredictable. During Troll Romance , he assists the player in obtaining the beeswax to wax the sled with.

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  1. He will tell players all about his bees and beehives, and explain how to obtain buckets of wax as well as its uses. I should have read the other review! After all the pieces are placed, they have to click the 'build' button at the bottom of the screen to finally assemble the hive.

  2. The board is small and it is difficult to distinguish items, gave me a headache by the time I gave up and quit. You just go from one board to the next, nothing in between, no scores shown, no other mini games thrown in - just very tedious match 3 on the angle. The instructions aren't really understandable like those you get when trying to put together something made in another country and leave you wondering what to do with some of the things occurring on the board.

  3. He will tell players all about his bees and beehives, and explain how to obtain buckets of wax as well as its uses. If the hive is successfully repaired, the player receives a reward and is returned to their original location. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by myyorkies from Not For Me! Please add a map!

  4. After all the pieces are placed, they have to click the 'build' button at the bottom of the screen to finally assemble the hive. The board is small and it is difficult to distinguish items, gave me a headache by the time I gave up and quit. If the hive is successfully repaired, the player receives a reward and is returned to their original location. Players have to assemble the beehive from its four main parts by clicking on them and moving them into their place marked in the center of the screen. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by irishicks from Read reviews before you buy Not good at all, i think the other 2 reviews say it all.

  5. The beekeeper is a man who runs an apiary west of Catherby and south of Seers' Village , next to a flaxfield. This game seems to be made by someone to whom English is a second language, for instance when you finish a level it says, "pass a barrier". He teleports players to a field of beehives and requests help to repair a broken beehive. After all the pieces are placed, they have to click the 'build' button at the bottom of the screen to finally assemble the hive.

  6. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by myyorkies from Not For Me! If the hive is successfully repaired, the player receives a reward and is returned to their original location. The Player then runs away from their original location, to a location near a river to escape the bees, which will drain the players run energy. Matches can be made on the horizontal or angle. You just go from one board to the next, nothing in between, no scores shown, no other mini games thrown in - just very tedious match 3 on the angle.

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