Magic Match: The Genie's Journey

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  • 3 gameplay modes.
  • 5 bonus games.
  • Collectible ranks and rewards.
Min System request
  • OS : Windows 2000/XP/VISTA/7/8
  • CPU : 600MHz or faster Processor
  • Memory : 128

Review for game Magic Match: The Genie's Journey

The hit game Magic Match returns, and Giggles the lovable Imp is now a Genie! Go on a quest with Merlin and Giggles as they seek to change Giggles back to his impish self. Cross through the desert lands of Arcania to outwit a master thief, explore the pyramids, and traverse the City of Gods in this magical and mesmerizing puzzle adventure.



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Genre : Puzzle

Find your A-HA! moment with mind-bending puzzles and jigsaw games.

Date release

February 1, 2007

Game Rank

5053 points

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Another great Magic Match match 3 game
June 3, 2012

If you like Magic Match, get this too. For those who don't have the original: This match 3 game continues the story line of the first game but you don't need to own it to enjoy this one. The story does not intrude on the matching game, and even though there is a timer, it doesn't become a problem til late in the game. (I hate timers) You have to use your skill to match enough of each object within the points you have accrued. You have to spend your points to scramble the board when you get stuck with no matches. I recommend this to all who like Match 3 games.

Not As Good as the Other Magic Match Games But Still Fun!
July 9, 2012

I liked magic match: Genie's Journey, but it was nowhere near as good as the others. Good Parts: Still the same addicting gameplay that has featured in all the other games The magic spells were great and low cost so it was always able to be used Option of playing timed or relaxed mode Still a great challenge. Giggles is back! OK Parts: The Duel mode was good, but you can no longer play against yourself which is a shame because that was my favourite part of magic match. The graphics are well below the standard set by the other two games. The bonus level was great fun but not as exciting as before. A storyline would've been good. It would've made the game a lot more fun like Magic Match Adventures Bad Parts: Gameplay was very repetitive. I would've liked to see some variation. I rather enjoyed this game, but a lot of things were altered. As the old saying goes: "If it ain't broke, don't fix it" This game is a great example of this, but all in all I still had a lot of fun with it.

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