This is the third game in the series. The theme for this one is wild animals around the globe. You will learn interesting facts about them.The main game mechanic is very much like the World Mosaic games. But, this game also features mini games -- riddles, matching, Spot the Difference and more -- interspersed with the game boards. As you progress, you will open more bonus level games.Put on you thinking caps! You must select boxes in a grid to match the number clues given in the rows and columns. Accuracy will earn you gold medals. At the end of each chapter you will earn a piece of the World Medallion (gold, silver, or bronze). You can replay levels until you get all the gold medals -- that's where it can get really addictive!There are six chapters -- each chapter has several levels. The bonus chapters are speed tests. This game could occupy many hours of your time. When I demoed the first of these games I was annoyed by one part of the mechanic. Unlike World Mosaics, where once you got the number spaces marked correctly in a grid you were done, in this game you must continue to fill in all the blank squares with the paw icon. It seemed less of a chore in this third game, and of course it is helpful in more complicated grids. But, if you've solved the grid, an auto fill command for the remaining blank spaces would be nice.
Derick1985December 31, 2013, 15:00
Many clever things in this puzzle and interesting scenes. As other reviewers noted, hints are only available during hidden objects scenes, and that was a real problem because I got lost several times. One reviewer said he didn't see a Walkthrough option, so if he's reading this, you have to get out of this game, Google a Walkthrough that's on some other site, find your place in the walkthrough, and then log back into this game. A lot of trouble but it was necessary for me a couple of times when I got lost. Some simple hints would have made this game perfect.
Ralf1973June 11, 2013, 19:52
Having a variety of choices is always welcome. However, this game seemed scrambled to me (too many on one page). I played only a few games, so this is based on limited play. I didn't like the hexagon because at times I couldn't tell if a tile was free. The music tried to follow the oriental theme. However, it was the same few notes over and over again. That is pure punishment. Background music should complement a game such as this. Such was not the case. They used symbols at the bottom of the screen which are fine if you remember what they mean (tried hovering over them to no avail). I probably gave up too soon, but it just wasn't any fun for me.
Isaac1989October 03, 2013, 06:51
I liked the new adventure that this offered, I like the power ups also, Like all of the Slingo games this one is right up in the top!
Nicholas1974October 27, 2013, 09:17
This was a fantastic adventure! You are stranded on an island with other castaways. Essentially, you are chosen as your tribe’s leader, and are given many tasks to help everyone manage while on the island. There are trophies to mark your progress in activities related to food collection (fruit/veggie harvesting, fishing, hunting), exploring, running, chopping trees , collecting pearls and hidden idols, etc… The dialogue and character interaction are great! Nothing was timed, but the tasks were organized in a way that helped to progress the story. I loved the ending, it was totally unexpected and wrapped everything up nicely. Very well done! There were some adult themes so I don't think it's kid friendly. I'd say teenage and older :)