Jewel Match Solitaire Collector’s Edition

Jewel Match Solitaire Collector’s Edition

Good harmless fun

Real player with 32.6 hrs in game

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jewel match solitaire is a long-running card game series, offering the usual +1/-1 gameplay in various fantasy settings, the usual power-ups and decoration/upgrade elements. bonus stuff is what makes them stand out, even if each game in the series is just a reskin of the others, as is customary with solitaires, no matter the developer.

Real player with 22.9 hrs in game

Jewel Match Solitaire Collector's Edition on Steam

Jewel Match Solitaire

Jewel Match Solitaire

Not at all what I was looking for. I wanted a simple game that offered many different solitaire games. Jewel Match Solitaire listed many of those different games on its page, so that’s what I thought I was getting. Instead I got:

– Biggest frustration is that game freezes when the window loses the focus. It restarts when it gets the focus again, but slows things down needlessly and since I wanted card games to play on the side while multitasking, basically defeats the purpose for me

– Limited settings. Can’t turn off the confirmation windows and considering they’re animated, it’s that much more annoying to wait for the window to drop and stop bouncing before being able to say yes I’m sure.

Real player with 199.1 hrs in game

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*My reviews do consider the significance of gameplay, story, music, etc. before I assign a score (e.g. walking simulators don’t have much emphasis on gameplay, but I wouldn’t let that reflect negatively on the individual game being reviewed).

===[Audience]=== ☐Kids ☑Everyone ☐Casual players ☐Pro players

===[Graphics]=== ☐Bad ☐OK ☑Good ☐Beautiful ☐Masterpiece

===[Gameplay]=== ☐Bad ☐OK ☑Good ☐Beautiful ☐Masterpiece

===[Music/Sound]=== ☐Bad ☐OK ☑Good ☐Beautiful ☐Masterpiece

===[Price/quality]=== ☑Full price ☐Wait for sale ☐Don’t do it

Real player with 36.8 hrs in game

Jewel Match Solitaire on Steam



FINALLY, the dev listened and fixed this.

If you love dogs and you love easy card games you will love this.

The rules are extremely simple and the tutorial levels walk you through the learning process nicely as you progress to learning more cards.

This is the perfect game to play after a long day when you just want to chill out.

At the current price, it’s worth every cent.

Real player with 29.2 hrs in game

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A fun card game that keeps you focused throughout the gameplay with nice tavern dog theme.

I like that the game mechanics revolve around memory/ taking some risks.

There is a nice progression that adds more mechanics for cards throughout the gameplay.

Would reccomend!

Real player with 8.3 hrs in game

Campido on Steam

5 Star Rio Resort

5 Star Rio Resort

If you enjoy match 3 games this will gives you tons of hours of enjoyment. 96 levels with powerups to use.

Some levels are VERY hard to get 3 stars, but be aware if you don’t use a powerup from a previous level you bring it to the next, so you can go back and grind for powerups to bring to a tough level.

Level 94 is impossible without saved powerups.

Real player with 24.3 hrs in game

I certainly enjoyed this game very much. It reacts super well to clicks and it is fun to watch the matches fall and combine. Everything is so colorful and beautiful and you get to build a resort and have lots of fun. A few card games are included too, so why not? Music is fun, the backgrounds and design of the entire game are wonderful and of course the clicking and throwing upgrades are amusing too. It is also a pleasure to play these types of games and the games are very much appreciated. Thank you kindly!!! =)))))

Real player with 9.9 hrs in game

5 Star Rio Resort on Steam



I’ve been playing this game for over a year on mobile.

Monolisk is an interesting free to play game, made by a small development team and has great potential.

It’s a fantastic freeware game that gives you the ability to build your own shards (maps) and possibility of combining them in one campaign, moreover, all the maps are created only by the player base. Unfortunately, this is a double-edged sword, but more on that later.

The map editor is very simple, but at the same time it is very functional. To create the shard you begin by selecting one of the realm card (available in 5 colours) which define the appearance and type of blocks available. Then we choose a same colour of shardstone (available in different sizes) that determines the maximum number of monsters, text signs, object and the number of available blocks.

Real player with 353.0 hrs in game

With this game you can have fun in two ways:

-You can play the maps created by other players:

You will have 5 different types of heroes to choose from, each of which has specific abilities. There are nearly 300 different types of equipment in the game, for now, this translates into infinite possibilities of customizing your hero, so that you can adapt it as you prefer to your playing style.

As for the maps to play, being created by other players, you will find new maps to play every day.

-You can create your own maps to entertain other players:

Real player with 308.2 hrs in game




First, I love this game. I love the cardboard version, and I love playing the digital one.

Second, the visuals are just lovely, though I don’t really understand some of the design choices (why would anyone choose to view just their Forest?), and I’d like to be able to watch the other players or AIs take their turns.

That doesn’t mean this version isn’t without it’s problems, which isn’t surprising so shortly after launch. I’m not sure what the rationale was for giving so many viewing options, but I only use the “full board” view (rather than viewing each of the environments), which requires a click to view powers of birds that have been played. The interface is very click-heavy to avoid making mistakes and to fix misclicks, which I appreciate, but if you have more than a couple birds in your hand (say 5+ total cards), selecting and playing birds from your hand is SUPER clunky and finicky. Since the game is a bit pricey, none in my gaming group have bought it yet, so I’ve only played the AI, which is pretty easy (no Hard AI has been implemented yet), but still very fun. In my last game I won 115-71-61-51, so it was a rout against the regular AI, but that was my biggest win to date.

Real player with 3321.3 hrs in game

I am a big fan of Wingspan. I’ve been playing the physical board game for a couple of years and the digital version for about a year. I currently have 158.4 hours into the digital version of it as of this writing.

There are plenty of videos out there showcasing what Wingspan is. I recommend you check them out. I will spare everyone the details here and focus more on my own pros/cons.

The big pros of the digital version for me:

-It eliminates all of the set up and tear down of the physical version. My wife only wants to play digitally now for this reason alone.

Real player with 214.1 hrs in game

Wingspan on Steam

Isle of the Crown

Isle of the Crown

Right now you need a controller to play the game and a friend to play it with. Those are things that will be addressed in future though.

I think it’s a fun strategy game and would recommend it if you’re a fan of the genre with the above caveats in mind :)

Real player with 2.1 hrs in game

Isle of the Crown on Steam

The king’s guard

The king’s guard

Assemble your guard and defend the king’s lands! In this turn based card game you have the ability to control the battlefield by spawning units from your guard and supporting them with powerful magical abilities. As you win battles your guard will expand and become stronger. Along with the guard, your commanders will become more experienced and provide a powerful global bonus. This will allow you to take on even more complex challenges.

During the battle you can control every unit by giving them a specific task, or just let the game play on its own. Positioning and timing is everything! A quickly placed unit to protect an archer, or a tactically used spell can quickly turn the tide of battle.

Build a powerful guard for every commander

The game has three commanders, each with their own benefits. Each commander has its own guard and abilities, which is represented by a deck of cards. Some battles might be easier to complete with the powerful spells of the wizard, while others may be easier to complete with the knight. It is entirely up to you how you build your commanders. While the knight can easier level up front line units and make them stronger, you can also train him to become a more potent spellcaster.

Choose your battles

As you complete encounters you will be rewarded with experience and cards. Every encounter offers unique rewards, so it might be profitable to complete an encounter that awards a rare spell with the wizard. The experience of battle levels up your commander, granting the ability to evolve your cards and give strong global improvements to the entire deck.

Choosing the correct commander for a specific battle can greatly improve how fast you can beat them all.

Challenge or relaxed mode

If you prefer a challenge, the game can be completed in challenge mode. In this mode, it is similar to a roguelike game. You start the game with one commander and can complete all of the encounters a limited amount of times. As a result your choices become a lot more important because you have less opportunity to make your guard stronger.

In case you prefer a more laid back experience you can play the relaxed mode. In this mode you are free to play all encounters as many times as you want. You are also free to build on the guards of every commander in the game as you see fit. In case a level is too challenging, you can complete some other encounters to create a stronger guard force before you try again.

Turn based, most of the time

The game is turn based, but it has a real time element. At the start of your turn the game is paused, giving you an entire new hand of cards to play. While the game is paused, you can reinforce parts of the battlefield and think out a strategy. Then the battle resumes and you can interact with the battlefield for the rest of the turn. Some powerful cards can only be played during this part of the battle. You may want to keep your best abilities back to allow you to quickly react to a dangerous situation. In case things are moving too fast, if you are playing relaxed mode, you can slow down time to give you more time to react.

At the end of a round, the cards that remain in your hand are discarded, so make sure you get the most out of every round!

The king's guard on Steam

Zombie Solitaire 2 Chapter 3

Zombie Solitaire 2 Chapter 3

This was probably my favorite out of the three chapters in the series. It seemed much more balanced and this was the version I finally started to get even one match three puzzle beaten! I still never got past earning one or two stars, but I was able to play on normal for almost all of the match 3 levels without resorting to casual to get through it.

The solitaire matches seemed a bit easy towards the end, but I didn’t mind. I liked the addition of the puzzle and more short text adventures. I would have liked to see even more of those. The “Fight!” games were pretty cute and fun. It took me a minute to figure out how to slay the zombies, but once I did, it was enjoyable. If the tutorial showed how to knock the zombies off, then I missed it. But pro tip- click the correct sequence of candies in the boxes and then click on the zombie who has the same pattern to knock him off the board.

Real player with 31.2 hrs in game

OHHHHH YES!!!!!!! I love this game and the game series!!! This one was magnificent as well!!! Not only it had fun and challenging card games + match 3, but it also added in more of the “random events” for picking answers and new type of puzzles!!! The artwork is amazing too - I just wanted to sit there and stare at it and imagine being there (minus the zombies lol). Really and truly had lots of fun with this one. :DDDDDDDDD!!! WOO!!!

I must also say this: the soundtrack is amazing. Especially the one that was in the beginning and pops up again on level 40 (and the other ones - I didn’t get all the numbers). If the Team is interested in releasing the soundtrack for sale: I would certainly would love to buy it!!!

Real player with 9.5 hrs in game

Zombie Solitaire 2 Chapter 3 on Steam

Mint Works

Mint Works

Language errors all over the place.I found the tutorial not very clear, especially for such a simple game. I have only played the solo mode so far and the displayed AI move is so fast I cant work out what is happening most of the time. Gradually I am getting used to it but this implementation is much harder to follow than it needs to be. Layout of the screen is also in need of improvement.

Cannot recommend at its full cost at this stage.

Real player with 0.8 hrs in game

A nice, ultra-lean spin on the worker placement genre. I haven’t had the chance to play the online yet, but the solo game is pretty challenging so far and goes extremely fast. Each round I’ve played so far I’ve pieced together a bit more of a strategy and it has that “can’t quite do everything you want on your turn” feel that’s the hallmark of a good worker game. My only complaint is the music is very repetitive and while you can turn it off, the game feels a little empty without anything in the backgroud, but otherwise this is a great digital board game. I love that this has cross-platform as well, in my opinion you can’t have a digital board game without that.

Real player with 0.5 hrs in game

Mint Works on Steam