World Voyage

  • 120 levels and bonus puzzles
  • 20 famous world locations
  • Unlock spectacular sights
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Min System request
  • OS : Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU : 600 Mhz
  • Memory : 128
  • DiretX : 6.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 79

Review for game World Voyage

Whether you travel a lot or just dream of traveling, World Voyage is a perfect game for you! This game will become your traveling encyclopedia, guiding you in a fascinating virtual tour around the world. Enjoy the challenging levels with special features and bonuses, wonderful pictures of famous places, buildings and monuments. Fill your landscape with famous sights and discover the unique bonus at the end of World Voyage!

Review at a glimpse
Genre : Match 3

Match or swap items into groups of 3 or more in wild and colorful settings.

Date release

January 5, 2009

Game Rank

4402 points

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5 / 65   Rate It:

no fun!!!!!!
April 7, 2012

No fun and irritating! The directions are vague and I found this game to be boring!!!!!!!

The eternal optimist strikes again!
July 18, 2012 I read another review and was kind of put off, but the game looked so colorful and different that I had to at least try the free hour! At first, I agree that it was kind of difficult to figure out what was going on, but then it became clear that it was just a M3 tilted on it's side! So the gravity of the game is skewed and gives a whole different level of challenge to beating this game! The tile pieces don't just slide down the board since it's tilted - the pieces slide sideways and down toward the lower corner. So anticipating where a certain tile will end up is much more callenging! There are the usual locked tiles and entire sections of the boards that are locked and require the usual matching of similar tiles to break before that section can be cleared. There is also a timer [I don't remember if it gave an untimed option - sorry!] that isn't impossible to beat, but definitely poses a challenge when you first get started and learn the movement of the game. I do wish the dev's would have been clearer with instructions and guidance as to how the game played, but as I mentioned before, it is not hard to figure out in just a few minutes and you can replay levels to heighten your score. There were no wonderful explosions [which I LOVE] but it was still a solid, good play! I found myself enjoying the different challenge of this game and will likely buy it. I can't comment on the sound as I kept it muted. As always fellow fishies, do give the trial hour a try to see for yourselves if this type of game suits you. Perhaps by understanding that the gameboards are tilted and therefore the center of gravity is skewed will help to make the game easier and more enjoyable for you. Enjoy and have fun!

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