Give free rein to your imagination in the fantasy forest full of puzzles and mysteries. Connect cute little twigs to restore the original pattern, which was destroyed by the hurricane, and get a beautiful picture at the end of the level.
Puzzle Myth 1.16 A totally new twist on classic puzzle game, Puzzle Myth is an addictive game for the whole family. Inlay mosaic with beautiful gems and find ways to combine gem images so as to get bonuses. Score points and enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of the game.
Puzzle Inlay 1.45 Inlay pictures with gems in this arcade-puzzle game. You are offered over 100 picture puzzles to inlay with gems. You can select one of the five missions. Use 17 varieties of gems, magic tools and bonuses.
Description: Give free rein to your imagination in the fantasy forest full of puzzles and mysteries. Connect cute little twigs to restore the original pattern, which was destroyed by the hurricane, and get a beautiful picture at the end of the level. The twigs pass by at the bottom part of the screen, slowly accumulating. Choose any and attach it to the one that's already on the playing field, then continue connecting twigs with eah other until you reach the top of the screen.
The premise of the game is simple - all elements on the field should be connected, otherwise you won't move up. The game is packed with bonuses and enticing elements which stir your imagination and make the process of playing quite absorbing. Besides, there are magic tools that help you to create the tiwgs of the desired shape or to get rid of the unnecessary ones. The setting is also a delight to the eye and you'll certainly enjoy connecting twigs in the miraculous garden. Make an exciting journey to the realm of fantasy!
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