Pearl Diversion

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  • Match 3 pearl game
  • 200 exciting levels
  • Outmatch the Sea Dragon!
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Min System request
  • OS : Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU : 600 Mhz
  • Memory : 256
  • DiretX : 7.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 27

Review for game Pearl Diversion

Life in the Pearl Reef was serene until the Sea Dragon came to enslave it. Help a brave little Octopus protect his home from the cruel mage and his evil piranhas. Can you defeat an underwater villain with numerous Match 3 battles? The wise Goggle-fishes have developed powerful weapons to aid you in this action-filled Puzzle quest. Match piranha-filled pearls and save the day in Pearl Diversion.

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Genre : Puzzle

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

Date release

August 22, 2008

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2481 points

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A Fun and Fast Game!
December 23, 2012

This match 3 is different from all others where your octopus is armed with a colored pearl and you determine where you want to place it to your best advantage. The octo also holds a reserve pearl, and if that color will work better for you, you right mouse to switch the pearls. It gets harder and has more powered pearls as the game progresses. You're playing against the clock, but you also need to keep the rows short...pearls are added from the left, and if a row reaches your octo you'll lose a life! In between are games where you have to shoot pearls at the villainous sharks at high speed. The number of sharks and their approach speed increases in the higher levels. I really like this diversion! The game can be as fast or slow as you want to play it. While the icons look cartoonish that?s part of its charm it is great fun, and when played fast is great eye/brain exercise! Enjoy!

Fun Game
November 8, 2012

This is a fun game, I just wish it was harder. For me it was not much of a challenge.

Irresistable marble popping
February 16, 2014

Not my favourite genre, but bought this one after playing less than half the trial hour! You can either add a pearl to the end of a row or swap with any pearl in any row. Some strategy is needed ? it usually pays to think one or two moves ahead, though some levels have unpredictable (and explosive) chain reactions. The levels vary, using different obstacles such as three in a box, frozen pearls, locked columns, rather than just getting steadily harder, so never gets boring. It would be nice to have the option to skip the shark-shooting bonus levels. Difficulty was just right for me - didn't get frustrated but needed all the power ups I could buy to get through level the last level (30).

Play for hours
February 22, 2012

I loved this game, so I bought it. It is a nice change from the typical match 3. In this game you direct an octopus to fling pearls from the right side of the screen to the left. He has two colored pearls. If you don't like the main pearls color, you use your right mouse button to switch to the reserve pearl. Meanwhile other pearls are moving across the screen from left to right. If you accumulate too many pearls, and get too close to the right side of the screen, a warning sound goes off (rather like an alarm in a submarine). If you don't make a match within the next flung pearl or two...you will lose a life. Note: to increase the level of challenge, don't allow yourself to swap pearl colors - The first time I played this way I lost all of my lives in level 14 and had to start a new game! (May I rest in peace!) The graphics are very colorful, sharp, and likeable (cute). I enjoyed all the music and sound effects, particularly as I increased in levels and bonuses. The multiple explosions are great! There are bonus rounds where you must shoot 'zombie sharks' without nailing any innocent goldfish. The tinier zombie sharks are very swift and wicked, so watch for them! There are 30 levels in this game with six stages to each level (= 180 levels plus bonus rounds). I'm quite sure this took me somewhere between 7 - 10 hours to complete (including snack prep time). Also, to a large degree there is very little interruption between rounds, so it can get rather intense. Note: you are asked about game preferences in the beginning of the game. You will need to tell it not to give you statistics in order to have the fast play through (you will still see statistics, just not as often). Also, I elected to not use tips, so I have no idea if they're of help. The initial instructions are displayed at the beginning of the game, and they are very simple to understand. The storyline is very simple and charming and it is not forced upon you with endless pop-ups interfering with your game play,

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