Mermaid Adventures: The Magic Pearl

  • Colorful graphics
  • Collect Power-ups
  • Find the Magic Pearl!
Min System request
  • OS : Windows XP/Vista/Win7/8
  • CPU : 1.6 GHz
  • Memory : 512
  • DiretX : 9.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 78

Review for game: Mermaid Adventures: The Magic Pearl

The Magic Pearl is stolen and it's up to Alice to find it in Mermaid Adventure: The Magic Pearl. Sprutto, the dasterdly octopus, snuck into the treasure room and ran off with the Magic Pearl. The Pearl controls the sea and its absence will create a torrent of storms that will sink all of the ships! Join Alice and her friend, Crabby the crab, as they track down Sprutto and the Magic Pearl in this charming Match 3 game.


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Genre : Match 3

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

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Mermaid Adventures: The Magic Pearl
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USD 6.99 0 from 1 sellers In stock
Ages: 3 YEARS & UP

Game Description:

Retrieve the Magic Pearl from Sprutto the octopus!

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Children friendly Match 3

Cute. Fun with my 6 year old Grandson. Music was good. I enjoyed it for myself as well.

Decent match game

I am okay with this game. I do like Match games so this one comes thru for me. Not the most exciting one I have ever played but this will do when I need to get my mind somewhere else. The only thing I find annoying is that Mermaid picking up the pearls..she needs to wait after the level is done. She blocks up the view at the bottom and can waste precious time.I know there will be more exciting Match games to come but I do think the audience will appreciate this one for the time being.

Fun, but gets very frustrating

Having played about 90% of this game, I find the way the tokens move very frustrating at the higher levels, and ultimately boring when I get stuck. The tokens do not move predictably, but rather flow along a path partly driven by the direction in which the last group was selected. This starts out as a relatively normal match-3 game, but then you have to first have the crab pick up a key, or open a chest, and lastly both pick up the key and open the chest on the same level. If a player is familiar with the "make a path" type of match-3, this seems not that bad, but here you have to make the tokens move toward the goal as a group, taking the crab along. Given the obstacles and sometimes just too few good matches, as well as the convoluted board shapes at higher levels, this can get the player stuck for quite a while doing much of nothing, just to unblock the crab's path. The game is enjoyable for me in the untimed mode, but it's not one I'll keep replaying.

Great Game for 4 year olds

My son loved this game.He could play it easily after being shown what to do.I was pleasantly surprised to find a game he could play too. He had alot of fun, and has been talking about it all day. :)

Great game for all ages

My 5 year old picked out this game. It has great graphics and fun music. The hidden object scenes are a little difficult for her. My 8 year old has no trouble playing the game. If I had it to do over again, (and I will), I would not use the timed mode since I had to repeat the harder levels when time kept running out. The mermaid swimming noise is annoying but I've gotten used to it. I wish the game had more than one background. Overall, this is a very entertaining game. This is not like any other match 3 I have played and you really do have to put thought into the movement pattern of objects to win the levels.

mermaid adventures so-so

Placement of buttons a bit odd. I found the mermaid character a bit creepy looking by how it was rendered.

Mermaid Adventures: The Magic Pearl

I played this game and it is more for a child. It is a Match 3 game. The object is to match 3 of the same object to and you have to finish in the time aloted.There is a challange for a child. I did get stuck on level 7. I feel that a child can have hours of fun with this game. I would recommend this game for a child.

Nice game!

A good graphics! Great music. A simple and interesting gameplay.

Pretty graphics but not really a Match 3 game

Though pretty graphics and easy to see, this is not your standard Match 3 game. Its a selecting/sliding Match 3 game. And for those people that are even slightly moused challenged it can be rather difficult to correctly select the token images to be 'matched'. Then when you get into the part of the game where you have to work/move a key or creature to a chest or something -- its all but impossible -- to do so. Which made the game extermely challenging and well into the frustration mode. I really think BFG needs another category to cover these sliding 'match 3' games.

Stuck on HOS

Found the knife, found the hammer but could not find the handle of the brush for the cobweb, talk about frustration. the game was going well until then. come on BFG i am sure you can do better decided not to buy until it is fixed :(

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