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21 Blitz

21 Blitz
Game Description: This game is played on a 4 x 4 puzzle grid using a standard deck of 52 playing cards. Your goal is to play your cards in rows or columns that add up to 21. You have three minutes to complete each round. To advance to the next level of play you must make the required number of 21's before time runs out. Also, you must not run out of cards. Each level is more challenging than the previous level because each time you go up a level the required number of 21's increases as well. Good luck!

How to Play 21 Blitz:
  • After the game fully loads, click the 'Play' button.
  • This game uses a standard deck of 52 playing cards.
  • There is a 4 x 4 puzzle grid with four rows and four columns.
  • Each new card that you will insert into the grid will appear face-up near the upper left corner.
  • To place a new card into the grid, simply click on a red square.
  • Your goal is to make combinations in any row or column that adds up to 21. (Combinations adding up to 21 may consist of 2, 3, or 4 card combinations).
  • Tens and facecards count as 10.
  • Aces count as 1 or 11.
  • All other cards count as their regular number.
  • For each level you are required to make a certain number of 21's before time runs out. (You will see how many combinations are needed near the lower left corner just below the word 'Goal'. Then, each time you make a combination of 21, this number will decrease until you meet the required goal).
  • For level 1, you must make 5 combinations of 21. For level 2, you must make 6 combinations of 21, and so forth.
  • Your have 3 minutes to complete each level. (The clock is at the top).
  • If you successfully make the required number of 21's before time runs out you will advance to the next level of play.
  • The quicker you complete a level, the more bonus points you will earn!
  • Also, anytime a row or column exceeds 21 those cards will automatically be removed from the grid and are no longer available.
  • The game ends when you fail to make the required number of 21's.

21 Blitz Game Options:
  • The music may be turned on or off by clicking the musical note icon located near the bottom left corner.
  • The game sounds may be turned on or off by clicking the microphone icon which is also located near the bottom left corner.
  • The game may be paused by clicking the 'Pause' button located near the bottom left corner. To resume your game, click the 'Continue' button.

21 Blitz Playing Tips:
  • Try to make rows or columns that add up to 11 (such as 5 + 6, 7 + 4, 3 + 8, or even three card combinations adding up to 11 such as 2 + 3 + 6). The reason for this should be obvious. Once you have a combination of 11, you can simply add any ten or facecard to make 21!
  • It can be helpful if you write these numbers on a piece of paper for quick reference: 10-11, 11-10, 12-9, 13-8, 14-7, 15-6, 16-5, 17-4, 18-3, 19-2, 20-1. It would be best if you write these numbers on a piece of paper in one or two columns, rather than in a row like I typed them here. The number before the dash represents your total for each row or column that you have already placed in the grid. (You will see these totals to the right of any row, and at the bottom of any column). The number after the dash represents the card number you need to make a 21. 21 Blitz is a very fast-paced game. The 3 minutes will go by very quickly. Having this list handy will save you valuable seconds. Instead of needing to do a mental subtraction of numbers each time, which could take perhaps up to a few seconds, you will have this information immediately at your fingertips. As you progress through the levels even being 5 or 10 seconds faster could mean the difference between winning or losing.
  • Look for situations where you can insert a card to make two combinations of 21 at the same time (both in a row, and in a column).
  • Try to avoid situations if possible where you exceed 21 in any row or column, because if you do these cards will be taken off the board automatically and are lost for the entire round. Remember you only get 52 cards to use per level, so you really don't want to lose any cards that you may need later in the round.
  • Besides watching the clock, you should also pay some attention to how many cards remain in the deck which is shown on the left side. Although the clock is going to be your primary concern, running out of cards before you make the necessary 21's can also pose a danger and cause you to lose the game.

Richard's Rating: 4 out of 5.

Comments: 21 Blitz is a quick, fun, and challenging game.












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Ocean Match

Ocean Match
Game Description: Move an ocean creature to the empty spot to get three or more of the same ocean creatures in a row. Creatures may be moved up, down, left or right. You must do this as fast as you can so the clock does not reach zero. You begin the game with 25 seconds on the clock. Each time you make a match of three or more in a row, a few more seconds are put back on the clock. Each time you complete a level you will get another 25 seconds. Have fun, and good luck!

How to Play Ocean Match:
  • After the game fully loads, click the 'Play' button.
  • Ocean Match is played on a 7 x 7 puzzle grid.
  • There are 48 ocean creatures, and there is 1 empty spot.
  • Your objective is to move an ocean creature to the empty spot to get three or more of the same ocean creatures in a row.
  • Creatures may be moved up or down, or left or right. Diagonal moves are not permitted.
  • To move a creature into the empty spot, simply click with your mouse. (Dragging with your mouse is not necessary).
  • You may click on a creature that is directly next to the empty spot, (that is one space above, below, left, or right of the empty spot) and that creature will move into the empty spot.
  • It is not necessary to make a match will each move. You are allowed to make as many moves as you want as long as time has not run out.
  • Besides clicking on a creature that is right next to the empty spot, you may also click on any creature that is either in the same row or column as the empty spot. When you do this, the place that you click will now become the new empty spot and all of the remaining pieces will move toward the old empty spot. (Moving the empty spot around allows you to jump around the board where you might find easier matches).
  • You begin the game with 25 seconds on the clock. Notice that the number of seconds you have remaining is always displayed in the empty spot.
  • Each time you make a match, a little more time is added to the clock.
  • Each level has a certain number of matches that you are required to make. You can see how many matches you have remaining to complete each level just to the left of the green 'Menu' button near the upper right corner. There, you will see the word "Bubbles" followed by a number. Watch this number as you play. It is important, because each time you can get this number down to zero the level is complete and a new 25 seconds will be put back on the clock!
  • Think fast! The game ends when you run out of time.

Ocean Match Game Options:
  • The game sounds may be turned on or off by clicking the microphone icon located at the upper left corner of the game screen.
  • You may pause your game by clicking the 'Pause' button also near the upper left corner. Click 'Continue' when you wish to resume your game play.
  • The game music may be turned on or off by clicking the musical note icon located at the upper right corner.

Ocean Match Playing Tips:
  • If you can learn how to move the empty spot around the board, as described above, this can give you quite an advantage because it allows you to go to areas of the board where quicker matches may be available. However, this will likely take a little bit of practice before you can get completely comfortable with this technique.

Richard's Rating: 4 out of 5.

Comments: Ocean Match is a quick game, and addictively fun!













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Rat and Cheese

Rat and Cheese
Game Description: Move your rat from one end of the row to the opposite end with your LEFT and RIGHT arrow keys. But, be very careful! There are moving blades that you must avoid. Each time you get to the opposite end of a row you will collide with a spinning spoon which will bump you up to the next row. Move up one row at a time until you finally get to the top row where there will be a block of cheese. When your rat eats the cheese, you will advance to the next level of play. Good luck, and have fun!

How to Play Rat and Cheese:
  • Once the game fully loads, click the 'Play' button.
  • You control your rat on each row with the LEFT and RIGHT arrow keys.
  • You must avoid being hit with the moving blades.
  • Once you get to the opposite end of the row you will hit the spinning spoon which will bump you up to the next row.
  • Continue moving up from one row to another until you make it to the chesse on the top row.
  • Each time you successfully get to the cheese you will advance to the next level of play.
  • The faster you can get to the cheese the more points you will score!
  • You begin the game with 5 lives.
  • Each life is represented by the 5 rats near the top of the game screen.
  • Be careful though, because each time your rat hits a blade you will lose 1 life.
  • The game ends when you lose your last life.

Rat and Cheese Game Options:
  • The game sounds may be turned on or off by clicking the small middle yellow button located near the upper right corner of the game screen.

Rat and Cheese Playing Tips:
  • Keep your fingers on the LEFT and RIGHT arrow keys at all times because you may need to suddenly turn your rat in the opposite direction to avoid one of the moving blades.

Richard's Rating: 3 out of 5.

Comments: Rat and Cheese starts out easy enough, but things start to get more interesting on about the fourth or fifth level when more moving blades are introduced into the game. Overall, Rat and Cheese is a quick and enjoyable game.
















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Top Solitaire Collection

Top Solitaire Collection
Game Description: This game has nine popular solitaire games to play. The games include: Spider Solitaire, FreeCell Solitaire, Klondike Solitaire, Tripeaks Solitaire, Pyramid Solitaire, Gaps Solitaire, Aces Up Solitaire, Demon Solitaire, and Golf Solitaire. Each time you play any of the solitaire games, Top Solitaire Collection will automatically save your game scores for you. It will also total all of your Top Scores and compute your Grand Total Score! Have fun!

How to Play Top Solitaire Collection:
  • Once the game fully loads, click the 'Play Cards' button located between the two monkeys.
  • There are 9 different solitaire games to play. Click on the game you want to play.
  • Follow the game instructions for each game.
  • As long as you use the same computer, each time you play a game Top Solitaire Collection will save your Top Score for each game you play. It will then total all of your individual Top Scores, and show your Total Score at the bottom of the game window. Each time you improve one of your Top Scores for one of the nine solitaire games, your Total Score will increase!

Top Solitaire Collection Game Options:
  • The Background Music may be turned on or off by clicking the small square box located near the lower left corner.
  • The game sounds may be turned on or off by clicking the 'SoundFX' button located at the upper right corner.

Richard's Rating: 4 out of 5.

Comments: With nine different solitaire games to play you will likely find at least a couple you like. It can also be fun to keep playing and improve your Total Score.




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Break the Ice

Break the Ice
Game Description: Drop colored blocks of ice one at a time. When you make a match of three or more similar colored blocks that are touching each other either vertically or hortizontally, the matched blocks will be destroyed and the ice blocks around them will also be destroyed. Your goal is to destroy all ice blocks above the water to clear each level. Make matches right next to a bomb and the bomb will explode and destroy large blocks of ice in an instant! Break more ice, and get more score. But watch out. If you run out of time, it is game over!

How to Play Break the Ice:
  • Once the game fully loads, click the 'Play Now' button.
  • At the top you will see two ice blocks.
  • The ice block on the left, the larger one, is the one you can drop now.
  • The ice block on the right, the smaller one, is the one you will drop next.
  • There are six columns.
  • Click anywhere on a column where you want to drop an ice block and the block will drop to the bottom of that column.
  • The goal is to make matches of at least three similar colored ice blocks to break the blocks and the ice around it. (To make a match of three or more, the matched ice blocks do not need to all be in the same column, although they can be. They may also be in different columns as long as they are touching each other either horizontally or vertically).
  • Break all ice above the water to clear the level. Hint: The bottom two rows are below the water. Remember, you can also make matches within these rows to help you lower the columns of ice above.
  • Break the ice right next to a bomb and the bomb will explode and destroy large chunks of ice!
  • Break the ice right next to an hourglass and more time will be added to the clock.
  • Thick ice has to be broken two times before it can be destroyed. The first match will only crack it. The second match will destroy it. However, a bomb will destroy thick ice immediately.
  • Break more ice, and get more score.
  • The timer is near the top.
  • The game ends when you run out of time, or when you run of out room and have no place left to drop the next ice block.

Break the Ice Game Options:
  • Click the purple microphone icon, located near the lower left corner to turn the game sounds on or off.
  • Click the yellow pause button, also located near the lower left corner, to pause your game. Click the 'Continue' button to resume your paused game.

Break the Ice Playing Tips:
  • Clear a level to get a lot of time put back on the clock. Hint: Pay attention to the level button located near the upper left corner just below your score. The red number will tell you how many more pieces of ice you need to destroy in order to clear your level.
  • Even though your objective is to break all ice above the water to clear the level, it is also important to pay close attention to what is happening with the two rows that are submerged below the water. The reason is this. If you can make matches below the water, the ice above the water in the same columns will drop down. So this is yet another way to attack the ice above the water. In other words, don't simply try to destroy the ice by attacking it from above, but also attack it from below. Another point to remember is this. There may be bombs or time added hourglasses below the water that can help you significantly. So remember. Look below the water as well as above.
  • Watch for bombs. If you can make a match next to a bomb the bomb will explode and destroy large blocks of ice in an instant!
  • Also be alert for hourglass figures. If you make a match right next to an hourglass, time will be added to the clock.
  • Break the Ice will show you, at the top, which color block is coming up next. So try to think one move ahead as you play the game.
  • Often times the best strategy is not to drop a block directly on top of two similar colored blocks that are in the same column, but instead to drop it on an adjacent column if this will still make a combination of three or more. The reason is because this allows you to break two columns of ice instead of just one.
  • Watch for vibrating ice blocks. Destroy a block while it is still vibrating and it will produce a larger chain reaction than a regular ice block.

Richard's Rating: 4 out of 5.

Comments: Break the Ice is a quick fun game, although it did take me about five minutes of playing until I started to get really comfortable with it. Things start out rather easy, with only two different colors of ice blocks, but become increasingly more challenging as more colors are added to the mix. Play this game for about ten minutes, and I think you should really start to enjoy yourself!









Please Note: I apologize for the extra large size of this game. I was unable to shrink it down to the size I wanted. Hopefully the game will fit on your computer screen, and you will not have any problems playing it here.



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Classic Ancient Mahjong

Classic Ancient Mahjong
Game Description: Play the classic game of mahjong. Match identical tiles to remove them from the board. Remove all tiles from the board before time runs out and advance to the next level of play. With large easy-to-read tiles, and 3 extra lives, Classic Ancient Mahjong is destined to become a fan-favorite!



How to Play Classic Ancient Mahjong:
  • You begin the game with 4 lives.
  • You get 1 life, plus 3 extra lives. Your extra lives are represented by the 3 red hearts located near the lower right corner of the game screen.
  • Each level will have a different mahjong board with layers of tiles.
  • A mahjong tile may only be clicked if there is no other tile either on its left or right on the same layer. In other words, if a mahjong tile has both a tile on its left, and on its right on the same layer, it cannot be clicked.
  • To remove two mahjong tiles you must click on a matching pair of clickable tiles.
  • The time you have to complete each level is represented by the vertical bar on the left.
  • The time drains from top to bottom.
  • When the time drains all the way to the bottom your time is up.
  • Your goal is to remove all of the tiles from the entire board before time runs out to win your level.
  • When you win a level you will advance to the next level of play.
  • If you fail a level you will lose 1 life, and one of your red hearts will turn white.
  • As long as you still have at least 1 life remaining your game may continue but you will have to repeat the level you just lost. (Be careful here. After you lose a level Classic Ancient Mahjong will say 'Time Over Retry?' You must click 'yes' to continue your game. If you should accidently click 'no' all of your game progress will be lost and you will have to begin a new game back at Level 1).
  • Your overall objective is to complete as many levels of mahjong as you possibly can.
  • The game is over when you lose your last life.

Classic Ancient Mahjong Game Options:
  • The game music may be turned on or off by clicking the microphone icon located on the right side about midway down. However, each time you begin a new level the music will come back on. So if you wish to turn the music off. you will need to click it each time.

Classic Ancient Mahjong Playing Tips:
  • Do not ever click the 'Main Menu' button. If you do, all of your game progress will be permanently lost with no possibility of getting it back.
  • Be careful of deep stacks. If you end up with only one remaining stack the level will be lost because no more matches will be possible.

Richard's Rating: 4 out of 5.

Comments: The best feature of Classic Ancient Mahjong are the tiles themselves. They are very simple in design and are easy to distinguish from one another. They are also nice and big and easy to read. This makes game play much more enjoyable. Most mahjong games, it seems to me, feature tiles with intricate designs with lots of small markings that are often very difficult to tell apart. Another thing that I like about Classic Ancient Mahjong are the 4 lives. Many mahjong games with multi levels do not give you any extra chances. This allows you to progress much farther in the game than you normally would.









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Spiderman 2 - Web of Words

Spiderman 2 - Web of Words
Game Description: Spell words and climb buildings to help Spider-Man keep the city safe from Doc Ork! Your goal is to advance Spider-Man through each level by spelling words. Depending on the game mode, a level is finished when Spidey reaches the top of a building or completes a head-to-head confrontation with Doc Ock.


How to Play Spiderman 2 - Web of Words:
  • There are three modes of game play: STANDARD, TIMED, and BONUS ONLY. You can also set the difficulty level (choose between 'Easy' or 'Normal') and whether or not to see hints.
  • In STANDARD mode: Challenge Doc Ock by climbing buildings and then facing off against him in roof-top bonus rounds.
  • In TIMED mode: Spidey needs to climb each building before the timer runs out.
  • In BONUS ONLY mode: In a frenzied roof-top confrontation, complete words as fast as possible to knock Doc Ock off the building!
  • Spell words by typing or clicking on the letter tiles.
  • When you have a word ready, click the SUBMIT button or press the ENTER key.
  • The more words you spell the higher Spidey climbs!
  • Take too long to spell a word and Doc Ock will attack!
  • The game ends when you fail to complete any level.
  • After you lose, in order to play the game again, you will need to refresh the page. (If you press the 'Send Score' button the screen will simply turn black, but nothing will happen).






Spiderman 2 - Web of Words Game Options: All of the game options can be found along the top of the game screen. The options are:
  • You may click the 'Main Menu' button to return to the main menu and select a different game mode.
  • Click the 'Pause' button to pause your game. Click the 'Continue' button to resume play.
  • To silence all of the game sounds click the 'Mute' button. Click the 'Sound' button to restore the audio.
  • The 'Full Screen' button will not work here on Richard's Game Reviews.
Spiderman 2 - Web of Words Playing Tips: Some of these playing tips, and strategies, may only apply to specific game modes of Spiderman 2 - Web of Words, while others may apply to all three game modes.
  • Typing letters and pressing the ENTER key is much faster than using the mouse.
  • Spell longer words for a better score.
  • Bonus tiles are earned by spelling words of 4 or more letters.
  • You cannot spell the same word more than once in any round.
  • The 'Wild' tile can be used as any letter.
  • If Spider-Man's red health bar has been decreased by Doc Ock's attacks, when you see a tile with a red heart on it, press your SPACEBAR to restore some of Spidey's health. (If on the other hand, Spidey's health is still at full strength, do not press your SPACEBAR, because you will simply waste a red heart).
  • When you see the Spidey Sense tile (it kind of looks like a circular design with two silver wings on it), hit the 1 key and it will automatically spell a high value word. Make sure you keep an eye out for this very special tile, because it can really help out you a lot!
  • When Spider-Man is climbing the building, there are challenges in the lower left corner of the game window. Spell words with the same number of letters as there are boxes. Do this the number of times indicated and you will complete the challenge and earn a special tile.
  • After you lose, in order to play the game again, remember you will need to refresh the page.
Richard's Rating: 4 out of 5.

Comments: Spiderman 2 - Web of Words has great graphics and is simply a lot of fun. My favorite game mode is probably the BONUS ONLY mode. Although the first six levels of BONUS ONLY are rather easy and somewhat boring, after you get to about levels 7 or 8 things suddenly get very interesting because you are now required, on many of the words, to fill in more than one letter. Overall, I think Spiderman 2 - Web of Words is a very nice addition to my site.

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Hidden Objects Room 6

Hidden Objects Room 6
Game Description: In Hidden Objects Room 6 there are four rooms with hidden objects. Each room has ten hidden objects, so there are a total of forty hidden items in all. Score 100 points for each hidden object you find and click. But be careful, because you will lose 30 points each time you click anywhere other than on a hidden object. Points will also be deducted for time taken after you finish the game. So the less time you take, the higher you will score. Good luck!

How to Play Hidden Objects Room 6:
  • Click the 'Play' button.
  • The objects you need to find are listed at the bottom of the game screen.
  • Use your mouse to click on the hidden objects.
  • Each time you successfully find a hidden object it will disappear from the screen.
  • Find all 10 objects to advance to the next level.
  • There are 4 levels of play.

Hidden Objects Room 6 Scoring:
  • Earn 100 points each time you click on a hidden object.
  • Lose 30 points each time you click anywhere other than on a hidden object.
  • A perfect score would theoretically be 4,000 points. 4,000 points, however, is impossible to achieve because Hidden Objects Room 6 deducts points for time taken. So even if you do manage to find all 40 objects without making a mistake, you cannot possibly score 4,000 points. However, the less time you take to complete the entire game, the fewer points you will lose. So the idea is to find all 40 hidden objects as fast as you can, while making as few mistakes as possible to achieve the highest score you can.




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Hidden Objects Room 6 Game Options:
  • The music may be turned on or off by clicking the microphone icon located at the bottom right corner of the game screen.

Hidden Objects Room 6 Playing Tips:
  • Hint: On level 1, the trollface is found on the back wall near the large plant.
  • Do play Hidden Objects Room 6 on full screen. It will be much easier to find some of the smaller objects.

Hidden Objects Room 6 Walkthrough:
  • If you would like to see the solution to all four levels, here is the Hidden Objects Room 6 video walkthrough. The video plays kind of fast, so you may need to view it more than once. However, do notice that the video does follow a specific pattern. For each level, it shows the items on the top row from left to right, and then does the same for the bottom row. Once you realize this pattern, it does make it at least a little bit easier to follow along.





Richard's Rating: 3 out of 5.

Comments: It certainly was an unexpected and a very pleasant surprise to discover Hidden Objects Room 6. After all, it has been more than a year since Hidden Objects Room 5 came out, and it sure looked like this series was over. Now that number 6 is out, I wonder if number 7 might be in the works? One can only hope so. True to form, in keeping with the other games of this series, Hidden Objects Room 6 has both easy and hard to find items which keeps things interesting. Even when you finally do figure out where all 40 hidden objects are located the game can still continue to be fun, because the challenge now becomes to see how quickly you can find and click on all of the 40 hidden objects without making a single mistake and try to see how high you can score on the Hidden Objects Room 6 leaderboard.

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Youda Legend: The Golden Bird of Paradise

Youda Legend: The Golden Bird of Paradise
Game Description: You are on an island vacation. The jungle hides secrets you don't know about. The locals know these secrets, but do not reveal all... Questions arise, irreversible decisions have to be made to finally reveal the mystery of the Golden Bird in Paradise. The only thing you can be sure of... The Golden Bird has special powers that go beyond every imagination. Can you find all of the hidden objects, and solve the puzzles, to unlock the mystery of Youda Legend: The Golden Bird of Paradise?

Please Note: This is the free domo version of Youda Legend: The Golden Bird of Paradise. It has 7 games. After the game ends, you will see a link where you may purhase the premium game. If you only wish to play the game for free here on Richard's Game Reviews, click the 'Exit Game' button on the last game screen, and follow my instructions below to play again.

How to Play Youda Legend The Golden Bird of Paradise:
  • Once the game fully loads click the 'Start Game' button.
  • Type your name in the space provided, and select your gender. Then, click the 'Continue' button.
  • On the next several screens you will see, click the arrow buttons located near the lower right corner to progress through the story.
  • You will eventually come to the first hidden object game. Simply follow the on-screen prompts.
  • All of the items you need to find are listed at the left.
  • Each time you find and click on a hidden object, that item will be removed from the picture and the item will be crossed off the list.
  • The hint timer is located near the upper left corner just below the Menu button. It sort of looks like a blue fan, or hat, on top of the masked figure. When the hint timer is full, you can click on it to help you find some of the more difficult hidden objects. When you click on the hint timer, Youda Legend: The Golden Bird of Paradise will encircle one of the hidden objects with a glowing blue circular shape. The item you need to find will be somewhere within that circle. You may use the hint timer as many times as you need whenever it is full.
  • You will need to find all of the hidden objects on the list before you can go on to the next level of play.
  • Some of the hidden objects you find are useful, and go into your inventory. You will use some of your inventory items to help you find more hidden objects, or to solve puzzles.
  • The items in your inventory may be viewed anytime by moving your mouse towards the bottom of the game screen where you see the word 'inventory'. When you do, your inventory screen will pop up where you can look at the items you found. Move your mouse away to close the inventory pop up screen.
  • To use an inventory item, simply drag the item to a spot where you want to use it.
  • The magnifying glass is located near the upper left corner just to the right of the 'Menu' button. Click on the magnifying glass to make everything bigger. Click on it again to go back to normal view.
  • In this free demo version of Youda Legend: The Golden Bird of Paradise there are 4 hidden object games and 3 puzzle games.
  • For the puzzle games, you may skip the puzzles after the 'Skip' button gets full, but this will cost you points. The 'Skip' button is located at the top, just to the right of the 'Menu' button.
  • After you have solved all 7 puzzles you will come to a 'Go Premium' screen. If you click the 'Go Premium' button you will be taken to another site where you may purchase the premium version of the game. If you only wish to play for free here on Richard's Game Reviews, and wish to play again, click the 'Exit Game' button on the bottom of the screen, then follow my instructions below.
  • After you have solved all of the puzzles, you cannot play the game again using the same player name unless you first remove your name from the list. (If you try, you will simply be taken back to the 'Go Premium' screen). So if you wish to play again, first from the Main Menu click the 'Other Player' button. Then, on the 'Players list' window you can either click the 'Remove' button to remove your player name, or click one of the 'Create' buttons to create a different player name.




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Youda Legend The Golden Bird of Paradise Game Options: All of the game options may be accessed from the 'Options Menu'. To reach the 'Options Menu', from the initial game screen click the 'Options' button, or if you have already began to play, click the 'Menu' button located at the upper left corner. The game options are:
  • The Music volume may be adjusted.
  • The Effects volume may be adjusted.
  • The Ambience volume may be adjusted.
  • The Lanugage selection may be changed to any of ten different languages.
  • The Brightness may be adjusted.

Youda Legend The Golden Bird of Paradise Playing Tips:
  • For the hidden object games, when you see a sparkling effect, click on it. It may be something useful.
  • For the puzzle games, click on the red question mark for a hint. They can usually be found near the right edge of the screen.
  • For the hidden object games, use the magnifying glass when you wish to make everything bigger.
  • Do play Youda Legend: The Golden Bird of Paradise on full screen. Some of the hidden objects are really small, and hard to see. So, playing the game on full screen will give you the best possible gaming experience you can have.

Richard's Rating: 4 out of 5.

Comments: The best feature of Youda Legend: The Golden Bird of Paradise are the wonderful graphics and special effects. The special effects are simply outstanding! Most of the hidden objects are not too hard to find, but some can certainly be challenging. I do like the fact that the game has no time limit. And if you should get stuck the hint timer can be very helpful. (Although I have to confess that I have had trouble occasionally finding an object even after using the hint timer. lol.) Another cool feature is that each time you play Youda Legend: The Golden Bird of Paradise although the pictures will be the same, the list of hidden objects will be different. So the game does offer good variety. I do think it would have been nice, however, if this free demo version had just a couple of more games. All in all though, if you like hidden object games, I think you will probably enjoy playing Youda Legend: The Golden Bird of Paradise.


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Match Around the World

Match Around the World
Game Description: Play Match 3 games on a map Around the World! The goal of Match Around the World is to drive specific puzzle pieces off of the grid by making matches below them, and occasionally depending on how the grid is configured, sometimes by making matches to the left or right. When you do, each piece will float up to the left to form a picture. If you are able to complete the picture before time runs out, you win, and you go on to the next level of play. But be careful, because if you are uanble to complete the enitre picture and time runs out, you lose, and the game is instantly over!

How to Play Match 3 Games:
  • If you are not familiar with Match 3 play, the idea is to swap tiles that are next to each other either horizontally or vertically.
  • You may swap tiles either by clicking each tile individually, or by using a dragging motion.
  • If the resulting swap results in a match of 3 or more identical tiles, those tiles will swap positions and all matched tiles will be destroyed and disappear from the grid. And just as important, any tiles that are above will drop down and take the place of any destroyed tiles.
  • If your attempted swap does not result in a match of 3 or more, nothing will happen, and you will simply need to try a different match.

How to Play Match Around the World:
  • Once the game fully loads, and it may take a little while because Match Around the World has a rather large game file, click the 'Play' button.
  • If this is your first time playing, the next screen you see will be the 'Around the World' map. Click the 'Play' button in the lower right corner to begin the first level, which is Brazil.
  • Once the game pieces are shuffled, notice the special puzzle pieces in the grid. Each piece is part of a picture.
  • Your goal is to make matches usually below each puzzle piece, but occasionally to either its left or right depending on how a particular grid is configured, and drive it off the grid where it will then be released and float up to the left.
  • Most of the time you will need to drive the special puzzle pieces to the bottom where they will exit the grid. However, a few of the grids have spaces somewhat near the top or the middle, that I like to call windows, where the special puzzle pieces may also exit. Also, some of the grids have irregular bottoms, rather than uniform bottoms, with some of the columns being shorter than others.
  • The clock is located near the upper left corner. Watch it carefully!
  • If you are able to drive all of the trapped puzzle pieces off the grid, and thus complete the entire picture before time runs out, you win, and go on to the next level of play.
  • The faster you complete each level, the more Time Bonus points you will earn.
  • But be careful. If you are unable to complete the entire picture before time runs out, you lose, and the game is instantly over!
  • As long as you don't lose, and use the same computer as before, Match Around the World should automatically save your game progress. Then, when you come back, click the 'Play' button. Then click the 'Continue Previous Game' button to continue your saved game.
  • Match Around the World has 20 levels of play.




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The Match Around the World Hammer:
  • The Match Around the World Hammer is located near the lower left corner.
  • Charge the Hammer up by making multiple matches of 3 or more with a single move, or by making matches of 4 or more.
  • When the Hammer is fully charged up it will change into a grey color and start to rock from side to side, signaling that it is ready to be used.
  • To use the Hammer, first click on the Hammer. Then click on a tile within the grid.
  • If the tile you use the Hammer on is not chained, or frozen, it will be destroyed.
  • If you use the Hammer on a chained tile, the chain will be removed. If you use the Hammer on a frozen tile, it will become unfrozen. Now the tile can be matched and destroyed like any other tile.
  • You may charge up the Hammer as many times as you would like during a level. However, the Hammer does not carry over a partial charge to the next level. In other words, each level begins with the Hammer completely uncharged.

The Match Around the World Chained Tiles:
  • Some tiles have chains on them.
  • A chained tile cannot be moved or destroyed until the chain has been removed.
  • To remove a chain you must either bring at least two other identical colored tiles to the chained tile, or use the fully charged Hammer on it.
  • After the chain is removed from the tile, the tile will act like a regular tile and can then be moved or destroyed.

The Match Around the World Frozen Tiles:
  • Frozen tiles look like they have icicles on their upper halves.
  • Frozen tiles behave similar to chained tiles. So just use the same ideas I presented above.

Match Around the World Game Options: There are two separate game controls located in the lower left corner. The control on the left turns the music on or off. The control on the right turns the game sounds on or off. These contols may also be accessed by clicking the 'Pause' button.


Match Around the World Playing Tips:
  • If you should get stuck for a while, Match Around the World will suggest a move by using a glowing effect on two tiles that are eligible to be swapped. Remember, this is merely a suggestion. It may be a good move, or a poor move. If you have enough time you may want to look around. You may find something better.
  • Should there will no more matches remaining on the entire grid, Match Around the World will let you know, and then it will automatically reshuffle the entire grid for you. Then, just keep playing as usual.
  • Try to remove the chains from tiles whenever you can. Because chained tiles cannot be moved, they tend to clog up the grid. This limits your flexibility. However, do not spend an inordinate amount of time trying to remove every chain. Remember your only goal is to drive each special puzzle piece off the grid. Many times you will be able to work around a chained tile.
  • Look for matches of 4 or more so you can charge up the Hammer quicker, and more often. Using the Hammer can really help you get out of a sticky situation.
  • If I remember correctly, on Level 8, France, and on Level 10, Italy, you may find most, and possibly all, of the special puzzle pieces located directly above chained tiles in one or more columns on the extreme edges of the grid. What you need to do is to charge up the Hammer multiple times. Then use it two times on any chained tile, or once on any unchained tile, that is blocking your way and preventing the trapped puzzle pieces from falling to the bottom.
  • On Level 11, Turkey, there are two 'windows' in the upper part of the grid. The special puzzle pieces can also exit from either of these windows rather than having to drive them to the very bottom. This can save you a lot of time.
  • Remember on some levels like Level 13, the bottom of the grid is not uniform. Rather it juts up in certain places. This means, just like in Level 11, you can take a shortcut if you can get the special puzzle pieces to exit up higher on the grid.
  • If it looks like you are about to lose a level, there is an easy way out. Simply leave the page, and then come back. When you do come back, click the 'Play' button. Then click the 'Continue Previous Game' button. This allows you to begin the level you were about to lose all over again, with your previous score still intact. Yes, it is a bit unethical, but it does work.
  • Do play Match Around the World on full screen. It will be easier on your eyes, and chances are you will progress further in the game.

Richard's Rating: 3 out of 5.

Comments: Even though Match Around the World is certainly a lot of fun, I did find myself getting bored several times. I would suggest that for anyone who plays this game to only play a few levels at a time, and then come back later and continue. That might help alleviate some of the boredom.


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Birds on a Wire

Birds on a Wire
Game Description: Birds on a Wire is in essence a bubble shooting game, although in this game you shoot birds instead of bubbles. The idea is to make matches of three or more similiar birds to remove them from the playing field. If you are able to remove all of the birds before any bird reaches the horizontal line at the bottom, you win, and you go on to the next level of play. However if even one bird reaches the line at the bottom, it is instant game over! Good luck, and have fun!

How to Play Birds on a Wire:
  • Once the game fully loads, click the 'Play' button to begin.
  • The bird you are going to shoot is positioned on the spring-like contraption.
  • Aim with your mouse, and click to shoot.
  • The idea is to make matches of three or more similiar birds to remove them from the playing field.
  • If you are able to remove all of the birds before any bird reaches the horizontal line at the bottom, you win, and you go on to the next level of play.
  • However if even one bird reaches the line at the bottom, it is instant game over!

Birds on a Wire Game Options:
  • The game sounds may be turned on or off by clicking the microphone icon located near the lower left corner.

Birds on a Wire Playing Tips:
  • Watch the 'Danger Level' on the right side. When it gets to the top stripe, all of the birds will move down to the next wire.
  • You will always know what type of bird you will be shooting with your next shot because you will see this bird fluttering just inside the lower right pole. Knowing the next bird you will shoot can help you plan your current shot.
  • Learn the bank shot where you will bounce the bird off of one of the side poles, either on the left or right. Many times the only way to reach your intended target will be to use the bank shot. The bank shot is easy to learn, and only takes a little bit of practice to perfect.
  • Try to make matches higher up on the playing field, because if any birds are only connected to the other birds at the point where your shot hits, all of the lower birds will be removed too. That is the way to remove large numbers of birds with a single shot.
  • Take you time with each shot, because Birds on a Wire has no clock or time limit.

Richard's Rating: 4 out of 5.

Comments: Birds on a Wire is pure, simple, entertainment.

Other Games: If you enjoyed playing Birds on a Wire, you may also like to play Bubble Town.


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Chief Eagle Solitaire

Chief Eagle Solitaire
Game Description: Chief Eagle Solitaire is a pyramid solitaire game, which means it is based on the number 13. However, there are two big differences from the traditional pyramid solitaire type of game. The first difference is that the familiar pyramid pattern that you would typically see in most pyramid solitaire games is not used. Instead, Chief Eagle Solitaire uses its own three unique patterns, that are repeated throughout the game. The other key difference is that all 52 cards are dealt face up, and no cards are left in the pack, so you always know the whereabouts of every card. The object, of course, is to make combinations of cards adding up to the number 13, and try to remove all 52 cards from the playing field. If you do, you win and you go on to the next round. If you run out of moves... it is instant game over!

How to Play Chief Eagle Solitaire:
  • Once the game fully loads, you will see the main game screen.
  • If you already know how to play pyramid solitaire you can skip the tutorial. You should also uncheck the 'Show Instructions' box. Then click 'Play'.
  • If you are new to pyramid solitaire, or if you haven't played in a while, it is probably a good idea to either watch the tutorial or at least leave the 'Show Instructions' box checked.
  • At the beginning of each round, all 52 cards will be dealt face up in stacks in overlapping style. There are three distinct patterns that will be repeated, and used in rotation, as you move from round to round.
  • Each card has a numerical value. Kings count as 13, Queens count as 12, and Jacks count as 11. All other cards count as their normal face value. For instance, a six counts as 6, a five counts as 5, and so forth. Aces count as 1.
  • The goal is to make combinations of cards that add up to the number 13.
  • Combinations adding up to 13 may only consist of a single card (a King), or two cards, but never more than two cards.
  • The only cards that may be clicked are the top card of each stack, or the card in the 'Temp Card Store'.
  • The 'Temp Card Store' is a rectangular space located near the lower right corner. It is a place where you may temporiarly store one card. Moving a card to the 'Temp Card Store' gives you flexibility, and can help you win your round!
  • You may move any top card of a stack to the 'Temp Card Store', but only when the 'Temp Card Store' is unoccupied. To move a card to the 'Temp Card Store', first click on the top card of a stack, then click on the space that says 'Temp Card Store'.
  • When you click on cards that combine to make a total of 13, those cards will be removed from the playing field.
  • Use the 'Undo' button to undo your last move. (You may only use the 'Undo' button to go back one move, but never more than one move).
  • Your objective is to remove all 52 cards from the playing field. If you do, you win and go on to the next round of play.
  • If you run out of moves, and there are no more possible combinations of 13 that can be made, Chief Eagle Solitaire will tell you that there are no more moves available and the game is lost.

How to Score in Chief Eagle Solitaire:
  • Score 500 points for each combination that you make adding up to 13.
  • As each round begins, you will see 'Time Bonus' points counting down in the upper left corner. If you successfully complete your round before the 'Time Bonus' gets all the way down to zero, you will earn any 'Time Bonus' points that remain. These 'Time Bonus' points will be added to your score at the end of the round.
  • You will automatically receive huge bonus points for each round you successfully complete!
  • Also score a 'Round Number Bonus' for each round you successfully complete. The 'Round Number Bonus' is the round number multipled by 1000. So for Round 1, the 'Round Number Bonus' would be 1000. For Round 2, it would be 2000. And for Round 3 it would be 3000. (Please note: Because the same three rounds are repeated throughout the game, the 'Round Number Bonus' itself will never exceed 3000. However, after you successfully complete Round 3, your total score will keep accumulating as you move up each round).




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Chief Eagle Solitaire Game Options:
  • You can pause the game by clicking the 'Menu' button located near the lower left corner. Click the 'Resume' button to continue your paused game.
  • The game sounds may be turned on or off by clicking the microphone icon, also located in the lower left corner, just above the 'Menu' button.

Chief Eagle Solitaire Playing Tips:
  • When you move a card to the 'Temp Card Store', you should always have a definite plan in mind on how you will remove this card by pairing it with another card that will add up to 13. This means that you must think at least one move ahead, and sometimes several moves ahead.
  • When you click on a card, watch the bottom of the screen. Chief Eagle Solitaire will tell you what card you need to complete the pair. For instance, if you click on a nine card you will see the message "4 Required To Complete the Pair".
  • If you click on a card that you would like to be the first card in a combination and then change your mind, simply click on a different card to begin a new combination.
  • Learn the combinations that add up to 13. This just takes a little bit of practice. For example: Queen and Ace, Jack and Deuce, Ten and Three, and so forth. Knowing these combinations ahead of time will enable you to work faster, and work more efficiently.
  • When you have a choice of playing two different cards, and one of the cards has other cards beneath it, and the other card does not, always play the card that covers other cards. The reason is obvious. The more cards you have uncovered, the more choices you have, and the more potential plays you can make.
  • Don't hesitate to use the 'Undo' button when it will help you. Yes, each time you use the 'Undo' button you will temporarily lose 500 points. However, you will immediately make up those 500 points with your very next match of 13. So there really is no downside to using the 'Undo' button.
  • You may use the 'Hint' button should you struggle to find a pair of cards that add up to 13. But remember, this will only show you a random move, and it may not be the best one.
  • If you are an experienced pyramid solitaire game player, you should usually be able to take advantage of Round 1 by finishing fast because Round 1 is probably the easiest of the three rounds that are repeated throughtout the entire game. Finishing Round 1 quickly will allow you to rack up big 'Time Bonus' points. Of course, whether you can take advantage of Round 1 depends on what type of deal you receive. If you happen to get a difficult deal for Round 1, Round 1 can be plenty tough. I have to admit that I have lost quite a few times in Round 1 myself. And also keep in mind that your primary objective is always to win a round, regardless of time, so you may continue in the game.
  • For Round 2, there are two large stacks of cards in the middle. Each of these stacks has ten cards. Pay close attention to these. It is to your advantage to shorten these stacks before using up too many other cards, if you can. You don't want to get near the end of this round with either of these stacks too deep, because deep stacks are much harder to deal with. Of course, as with every round, how you play Round 2 will depend on the deal you receive.
  • Do play Chief Eagle Solitaire in full screen mode. The cards will be easier to see, and you will have a lot more fun.

Richard's Rating: 5 out of 5.

Comments: Chief Eagle Solitaire is a superb game of strategy. With its three unique patterns, it is probably even more challenging than Pyramid Solitaire Ancient Egypt, although both games are equally good.


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Eagle Eye

Eagle Eye
Game Description: You will be shown a number of pictures. Each picutre contains a certain number of moving shapes, either overlapping or standing alone. Observe the objects carefully and click the picture which is not the same as the others before the time is up. At the higher levels, the number of pictures will increase, the shapes will move faster, and they will become more complex by having more colors, varieties and components. Do not fall into their traps nor let them fool you!

How to Play Eagle Eye:
  • Once the game loads, click the 'Start' button.
  • For each level, you will be shown a number of moving pictures. Each picture has shapes that are either overlapping or standing alone.
  • The time is shown near the upper right corner of the game.
  • Your objective is to find and click the one picture that is different than the others before the time gets down to zero.
  • Each time you successfully click the correct picture within the allotted time, you earn points and go up another level.
  • Your score will be based on the remaining seconds after you have completed a level.
  • You begin the game with 3 lives.
  • If you make the wrong choice, or if you fail to make a guess within the allotted time, you will lose one life.
  • The game ends when you lose your last remaining life.

Eagle Eye Game Options: The game options are accessed by clicking the object located near the lower right corner of the game screen, just under the question mark. It sort of looks like a gear shaft. Here are the options:
  • The game sounds may be turned from high to low.
  • The game music may be turned from high to low.
  • Full Screen may be turned on or off.

Eagle Eye Playing Tips:
  • If you are running out of time, you may as well just take a guess, because if you don't click a picture within the allowed time you will lose a life automatically. And, of course, you just might make a lucky guess!
  • Do play Eagle Eye in full screen mode. You will have a lot more fun, and chances are you will also be more successful.

Richard's Rating: 4 out of 5.

Comments: Eagle Eye is a fun, quick, game with nice graphics.




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What's New? Page 8

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The main purpose of the What's New? pages is to tell you about any news, and any changes, here at Richard's Game Reviews. However, I also use these pages as sort of an online journal; and I sometimes talk about day-to-day things in my personal life too.

I don't post to these pages regularly, or follow any certain schedule. In fact, I have been known not to post here for weeks, and occasionally even for months at a time. As I said in my very first What's New? post: I will post "as the spirit moves me." So, just check in here every once in a while to see if I have anything new to say.

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Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Do you want to feel younger? It's easy! Just spend some time with a bunch of people that are a lot older than you are. I did exactly that yesterday. It wasn't planned. It just happened by circumstance. Yesterday, when I was at the podiatrist office it was jam-packed with patients, and every single patient was at least 80 years old. Some looked closer to 90. I just turned 60 earlier this year, but suddenly I felt like a young pup. Even about an hour later, when some kid in his twenties came in, that still didn't dampen my spirits. I have to say it was quite a morale booster. Of course, if you yourself are in your eighties, it might be kind of hard to find people in thier nineties or even 100 or more. But hey, give it a shot. It really does work! lol.

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

My next door neighbor just put up one of the ugliest fences I have ever seen in her front yard. It is about seven feet high and is composed of black metal bars. It looks like something you would see in a prison. There is only about six feet of space between my driveway and her house. She uses this area to grow plants like chili peppers, and sometimes perhaps miniature tomatoes. I don't see why she would want this area fenced off. Nobody bothers her plants, and she had easy access. Now she is going to have to enter through a gate and tend to her plants in a cramped area. And I am going to have to look at that awful eyesore on a daily basis. lol.

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Well I finally did it! Right before midnight last night I decided to bite the bullet and publish the new redesign of Richard's Game Reviews. Yes, everything has a completely brand new look. I certainly hope everyone will enjoy the new design. Although I have been preparing for the new design change for the past several weeks, I actually changed my mind at the very last minute and I went with a different design than the one I was planning on using.

One of the big advantages of this new format is that it will allow me to make most of the games about ten pecent larger. Ten percent may not sound like a lot, but for some games this can really make a huge difference. I will also be giving you access to more full screen games than ever before. In fact, I am going to devote a whole new game category just for full screen games. This way, everyone can find all of the full screen games in one convenient place, which I think will work out well. I will also be creating a new leaderboard game category and I will explain how leaderboards can be used for anyone who is not familar with them.

Along with the new design, I just enabled a Blogger feature that allows you to give your opinion about any page here on Richard's Game Reviews. You can "vote" if you like the page A lot, Somewhat, or Not at all. Just scroll down any page until you come to the comment section, and you will see this feature right above the comment area. Then, simply put a checkmark in one of the boxes to cast your "vote".

Monday, July 2, 2012

I decided to expand the Game Category information on my sidebar. I also gave it a more prominent postion higher up on the page. This is a nice improvement and should help everyone, especially those who are new to my site, to find exactly what they are searching for.

Monday, July 2, 2012

I just found out today that the Suma game was not working. I suspect that it may have been down for perhaps several weeks. Luckily, I was able to find a quick fix and it should be working fine once again.

Monday, July 16, 2012

The Turkey Shooter game is now back up and running after I inserted some new code.

Saturday, February 9, 2013

As you may know, I am not currently updating Richard's Game Reviews with new games on a regular basis like I have done in the past. I am working on some new internet projects, and I simply do not have the time to do any new game reviews. This change is likely permanent. Rest assured though, all of your favorite games will remain here for you to play indefinitely! Also, I will continue to respond to any comments and answer any questions on a daily basis.


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Mini-Putt 3 Jurassic Putt

Mini-Putt 3 Jurassic Putt
Game Description: Play 18 holes of miniature golf while going through, and around, obstacles in a cool prehistoric themed golf course. This game can be played by 1 to 4 people, using a single computer, with each person taking their turn. A single player may also play up to four games simultaneously by selecting the 4 player option and entering four different names. Par is 49. How low can you score? Find out now, as you play Mini-Putt 3 Jurassic Putt!

How to Play Mini-Putt 3 Jurassic Putt:
  • Click the 'Start' button.
  • From 1 to 4 people can play Mini-Putt 3 Jurassic Putt simultaneously.
  • To indicate how many people are going to play, select Single Player, 2 players, 3 players, or 4 players.
  • Select Ball Collision On or Off. (Ball collision determines if balls are allowed to collide when there is more than one player).
  • Enter your name. (This is optional, but it is helpful if there are multiple players).
  • Choose a color for your ball, or just leave it white. (It is a good idea, if there is more than one player, to use different colored balls so you can tell which ball belongs to whom).
  • When there is more than one player each player gets a turn.
  • Use your mouse and click anywhere on the tee (the dark green rectangular patch) to place your ball in the desired starting position.
  • Use your mouse to make each putt.
  • Shooting is a two-step process. First, move your mouse, but do not click. This mouse movement will determine the direction and strength of each shot. As you move your mouse you will see some white dots. The more distance between the dots, the stronger the shot will be. When you have determined that the shot will be the direction and strength that you desire, click your mouse to shoot.
  • You may also move your mouse to any of the four edges of the game screen to adjust your field of vision when necessary.
  • There are 18 holes to play.
  • Par is 49.
  • You cannot score more than 10 strokes on any single hole. (If you have not made the putt within 10 shots, your score will be 10).
  • After you finish your game, click the 'Main Menu' button to play again.

Mini-Putt 3 Jurassic Putt Playing Tips:
  • Decide where you want to place the ball on each tee to get the desired angle for your first putt.
  • Plan each putt carefully. Use your imagination, and play the angles.
  • You will find that some shots require a very strong shot. So, you will really need to extend your mouse far before shooting.
  • The tee shot on hole 3 is especially tricky. You will need to play a hard shot in order to get it through the blue barrier. However, if you shoot the ball too hard the ball may get through the barrier only to bounce off the wall on the opposite side and go back through the barrier again and end up back near the tee.

Richard's Rating: 3 out of 5.

Pro: Mini-Putt 3 Jurassic Putt is another fun 18 holes of miniature golf. Some holes are easy. Others are hard. Cool graphics and sound effects add to the fun.

Con: If you want to start the game over, before the game is completed, there seems to be no way to restart the game other than refreshing the page.

Other Games: If you like Mini-Putt 3 Jurassic Putt, you may also like to play Mini Putt 3 and Holiday Putt Putt.


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In all of the Big Fish Eat Little Fish Games, you will begin the game as a little fish. The idea of these games is to eat fish smaller than your fish in order to grow bigger and stronger while avoiding the larger fish. I think the thing that makes each of these games fun, and so appealing, is their utter unpredictability. Sometimes you will see large schools of fish, and at other times you will see only a few fish which will allow you to take a breather, at least for a moment! Some fish swim fast, while other swim slow. One thing is for certain. Big Fish Eat Little Fish Games will provide a lot of excitement and keep you on your toes!



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You are a goldfish. Eat, or be eaten! You are a hungry piranha. Eat smaller fish. Watch out for shark attacks! You are a fish. Eat smaller fish and worms. Avoid fish bigger than you!

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