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Whether you like this game or not will depend a lot on personal preference. You drop marbles into a jar and try to make matches of three or more like marbles. The matches are dependent on where the marble you dropped lands. Initiallly, this isn't too difficult. But as you progress, the size and configuration of the jars changes, which greatly affects where the marbles land. I played 28 levels, but at that point you had little control over the marble trajectory due to projections from the jar lid. I lost interest when there was nothing I could do to control the marbles, but others might like fiddling with it. The story was very interesting, and I would like to have heard the rest of it, but not badly enogh to continue playing.
The graphics and music of this game is excellent! I liked to reach the expert score in each level which gave me an opportunity to strategize a little, which was nice. Having a story makes this game quite different from similar time management games(TMG) like the Roads of Rome series, though I wasn't impressed about the people in the story, whining about the queen all the time(about wanting to save flowers and temples). It became monotonous and annoying after a while. The game becomes a bit clicky after the first few levels if not for the stratergizing the game would become boring.Other than the story, this game features very similar elements to earlier TMG's like warriors, building roads, collecting flowers or plants and upgrading resources providing buildings.Overall I liked this game. The storyline is worth playing through at least once. Stratergizing made the game more challenging!