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    out now

    If you smell what Mistaaaa Kennedy is Cookin' ?

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    what about it ?
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    reviews plz :mrgreenthumbsup:

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    Lol ok....Review...

    Erm...

    Very simple puzzle game, unRAR'd ISO is only 60MB so that should give you an idea as to how basic it is. A new twist on the old PC classic, adding updated elements of gameplay such as Puzzle, Strategy and even Casinos to earn more gold for the Shop.

    I only picked it up because the ISO was tiny and I was bored. Ended up playing it for a good couple of hours. Simple fun that doesn't hurt your head too much.

    6/10 I'd say.

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    12MB CSO :mrgreenthumbsup:
    pretty fun just like all the other puzzle games that are less then 20MB, luxor, 7 wonders,

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    haha nice 12mb

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    Super Collapse 3 is the latest in GameHouse's highly successful series. Basically, players click on adjoined clusters of three or more identically colored blocks, eliminating the clusters from the screen. And, larger clusters mean larger scores. Every few seconds, a new row of blocks slides into view from the bottom and pushes the stack upwards. Clearing the screen entirely or clicking with exceptional accuracy earn you trophies, while bombs, time-stoppers and block-swappers pop in from time to time to shake things up a bit. If any of the blocks reach the top, however, you lose.

    So far, it sounds a lot like Super Collapse 1 and 2 (and Crunch for Super fans out there), but GameHouse has been hard at work. Here's what's been added to the mix.

    In the game's new Quest Mode, items can be purchased with coins earned by completing challenges. These items are then added to an inventory on the right-hand side of the screen to be used at your leisure. Other store purchases include game hints, puzzle solutions and the ability to unlock all the new game modes for play at any time. Coins can also be earned by playing one of Quest's casino-styled mini-games, such as slot machines and various memory and shell games.


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