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Puzzles are easy enough to get through, but they’re not so easy that i find myself gettin bored And seeing the island get cleaned up is nice My only complaint is when you have obstacles on the board that block rainbow pearls. I just attempted to do a puzzle and got enough explosions for a rainbow pearl, but it spawned between three coral pieces and couldn’t use it. What’s the point of a mechanic if you can’t use it? Other pop block games like this allow you to place their own version of the rainbow pearl anywhere on the board, but your rainbow pearls spawn randomly. This isn’t the first time I’ve been unable to use a pearl and lost all 7 lives in the span of a few minutes. Just infuriating sometimes. EDIT: Ya know what. Even though I only gave four stars and my review was just a complaint on something annoying that only really happens every 50 levels or so (now that I’m up in the 600s) the developer reached out to me. I’ve left reviews for other games that have had real major problems (like buying something from their game stores and then the game taking away what I bought so I’m essentially being robbed) and gotten no replies. But these developers still reached out even though my complaint was superficial, so I’m changing my review to five stars because THATS how you handle reviews.
I don’t really write reviews much but after playing this one consecutively for months I had to give in and do it. 1. I Love the decorative element where you can choose different styles and watch the island get fixed up. After working my brain solving Candy Crush type of puzzles over and over this is cool. 2. The Mystical and mysterious Storyline is BOMB. Also The fact that you have a female lead character who does the dirty work of chopping down trees as well as use her brains to solve Museum Archeology mysteries is a huge plus! It had my little sister pretending to make muscles and “be strong” without making it a big deal or feel political. The animation is dope and the Hawaii chill music is relaxing and stays stuck in my head. Overall good game, puzzles keep getting more challenging(adding water to make you have to solve faster KillS. My. Nerves.😂 but the frequent giveaways make it easy to control whether you feel like solving it the tough way or make it easier with boosters. The tournaments keep you busy and and graphics even in the puzzle mini games make it entertaining like slot machines to watch. Keep it up! I’d love to see whatever else you guys make next
Love the design, building, options, the storyline is fantastic so far. Unfortunately, if you don’t have a lot of time and patience, it just takes too long to get past some of the puzzle levels to progress. It takes a very long time to earn lives, and it takes only a few minutes to blow threw them all at once when you get in the 400 level. If you’re lucky, you might get a star or two and may even be able to add one of a four part piece to your island, or a rail to a walkway - and then you wait, and wait, and wait some more. The story makes you want to keep going, but the frustrating pace is just too much. I don’t have that kind of free time and just want to relax and enjoy a game when I can steal a few minutes. I continue to see the response from the developers that every level is beatable without additional purchases, and I suspect that is true. IF you have ten hours to earn one star toward progressing your island, like I just spent on level 476. Update: level 1119 for six days, no stars, no progress, no bonus awards, just try and try and try until you’re bored to tears and frustrated beyond belief. If you haven’t started playing - don’t. If you have, save yourself a lot of wasted time. Nothing YOU do is relevant, the game decides when you get to win and it becomes almost never after a while. You don’t get to know why the giant octopus is hugging the ship and it isn’t worth it.
I really like this game. I really do. But there’s some stuff that seriously needs improvement First of all, lives. I mean, I get the fact that you have to have a limited number of lives (because basically you HAVE to have a limit in this type of game) but the wait isn’t cool. 30 MINUTES for ONE life. That’s ridiculous. Please make it shorter because I’m sure that I (and many other players) don’t really have the patience to sit around for thirty minutes waiting for a life, finally getting one, then waiting again. Shorter wait please!! Second, stars. It’s very frustrating when you finish a really hard level that you’ve spent almost all your lives on, and find out you still need more stars to complete your task. Can you please change it to make more stars per level. If not, can you at least let us get 2 stars on the hard levels. I would appreciate that. Lastly, coins. Can we please get more coins from completing levels? Especially the affectionately called “Hard Levels”. If you could maybe start with 50 coins on every hard level, that would be awesome. Other than those things, I really enjoy the game and would recommend it especially if you have a long attention span
I do not rate many games but this one I wanted to. I loved this game. It was fun until the designers on purposely made it unbearably hard. The game gets unbearable hard around 150 boards in. The problem with this game is when you use the power ups you would pay (the ones you start the board with)- they are randomly placed on the board. Funny how these power ups are always in a location that is least helpful. For example there is a board with water on the bottom. Water acts like the mushrooms in Angry Birds Match= if you do not attack it, it expands to another tile. The best power up for water is the bomb. Like I typed, The water on this board is on the bottom. Every time I started this board with a bomb it was at the top of the board. Usually there was no way to get the bomb to the water quickly. Look I get it, the designers want to make money. This looks to be a long game. I would pay money to see how it turns out. I will not pay money if I know: even if I use the pay power ups, I am still going to be stuck on the board; until it gives the proper combo of tiles and I am allowed off. The animation is beautiful. The story is engaging. The power ups work well when you get to create and place them through what you are doing on the board.
Developed by the Plarium Global Ltd,
who have also released the following apps Stormfall: Saga of Survival, Lost Island: Blast Adventure, Gates of War, Soldiers Inc: Mobile Warfare, Stormfall: Rise of Balur, RAID: Shadow Legends, Undersea Solitaire Tripeaks, Total Domination - Reborn .
Lost Island: Blast Adventure has 74 003 user reviews.
Lost Island: Blast Adventure has an average rating of 4.7.
The latest version of Lost Island: Blast Adventure (1.1.717) was released on Jan 15, 2020.
You can download Lost Island: Blast Adventure here:.
Welcome to your very own island! Step onto its shores and solve puzzles together with lovable characters to build a beautiful paradise!
But this is no ordinary island. Legends
tell of ancient spirits that haunt its sandy beaches and lush jungles.
Renovate, decorate, and match to transform it into the home of your dreams. Solve challenging Blast puzzles to investigate and uncover the secrets of the past.
Travel to the heart of the island and unearth its mysteries!
● Play exciting Blast puzzles with explosive boosters and tons of levels
● Construct and customize buildings, beaches, gardens, jungles, and more
● Repair and decorate the island to restore its beauty
● Experience a fun story set in an exotic, magical environment
● Investigate mysteries and discover secrets while combing through ancient ruins
● Explore the island and find gold, treasure, and historical artifacts
● Meet interesting new friends and help them fulfill their dreams
● Partner up with Ellie, the adventurous archaeologist
● Play and hunt for treasure with your cute pet seal
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