Match 3 Easter

Game Description: Make enough matches to keep the clock going for as long as possible.

How to Play Match 3 Easter:

  • Click the 'Play' button.
  • Use your left mouse button.
  • Click on 2 adjacent pieces to attempt to swap their positions.
  • The pieces will only swap if there is a resulting match of 3 or more in-a-row horizontally or vertically.
  • Matched pieces will be removed, and the pieces above will drop down to take their place.
  • You begin the game with 30 seconds. (You can see the time left at the bottom of the game).
  • Time is put back on the clock each time you make a match of 3 or more.
  • The longer you can keep the game going and the more matches you make, the higher you will score!
  • The game ends when the time gets down to zero or when you run out of moves.

Match 3 Easter Game Options:
  • The graphics may be set to Low, Medium, or High by clicking on the Graphic buttons at the bottom of the initial game screen.
  • After you click the 'Play' button to begin the game, the game sounds may be turned on or off by clicking the 'Sound' button on the right side of the game.

Match 3 Easter Playing Tips:
  • Look for multiple matches. That is, by swapping two pieces you create two matches instead of just one. (Each match you make adds time to the clock, so multiple matches add more time than a single match does).
  • Try to make a lot of matches near the bottom of the game. This will give you a greater likelihood of creating multiple matches with a single move because more pieces will drop down than with matches that are made at, or near, the top. I don't mean to suggest that you should ignore matches at the top, but just be aware that more matches made near the bottom may increase your chances of adding more time to the clock.
  • If you are an experienced Match 3 player, you will be able to dictate where the pieces will fall. So, you can make a match and set up the next match at the same time. This can be important because, remember, the game will be over if you run out of moves. If you are inexperienced, you will learn this with practice.
  • Pick up the pace. Try to make your first match within about 3 seconds after the game begins. (The very first time I played Match 3 Easter I was surprised at how fast 30 seconds can be. By the time I played my second game, I was ready for the quick pace).

Richard's Rating: 2 out of 5.

Pro: Match 3 Easter can be rather fun especially when the clock gets down to about 10 seconds and you start making multiple matches (some intentional, and some unintentional) and watch the clock power back up to about 30 seconds again.

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