Charma: The Land of Enchantment

When an evil magician invades the land of Charma, the lovable little Charmies find themselves in sudden peril. But with a little courage and whole lot of determination, these fast-footed fluff balls set out to find a new home. Help them escape the evil magician in this wonderfully cute Marble-pop Puzzler. Charmies always travel in groups, the more snuggly the better. Match their colors so they escape together. Leave no Charmie behind!


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Power-ups appear in the middle of the beard from time to time, such as one that destroys all nearby Charmies, another that temporary reverses the order of them and a third that stops them in their path for a limited time. Your task is to guide safely Charmies through many perilous environments - ranging from lava-filled abysses and dense forests to snowy plains and swamps and help them to restore the land of Charma to former blossom. After all, not only do the names of the games sound the same but they both star cute, furry and The Flying Dutchman - In The Ghost Prison little balls with eyes on them. Before we get into specifics, the story surrounds these hapless peoples known as the Charmies, who live in the once-beautiful and peaceful land of Charma, now burned to a crisp by a malevolent magician. Plus, both Chuzzle and Charma are both 3-in-a-row games, whereby creating at least three same-colored fuzzies in a line destroys them. Also, "wild card" Charmies, which flash in a variety of colors, can be used as a joker so that it will count towards any color you need. Your job is to safely guide these cute Charmies through many perilous environments — Mother Nature from lava-filled abysses and dense forests to snowy plains and swamps — and help restore their homeland in the process. Can win trophies The Bad Some technical issues including crashes and freezes. After Charma: The Land of Enchantment first batch of Alicia Quatermain 3: The Mystery of the Flaming Gold come out and are cleared, more follow until the entire tribe are removed from the board. Before we get into specifics, the story surrounds these hapless peoples known as the Charmies, who live in the once-beautiful and peaceful land of Charma, now burned to a crisp by a malevolent magician. Style and atmosphere inside the game: Charma: The Land of Enchantment is a charming and adorable game that brings enormous fun for entire family. Sound effects are diverse and suit perfectly to the game atmosphere. Only one game mode.

Did we mention cute? After the first batch of Charmies come out and are cleared, more follow until the entire tribe are removed from the board. All in all, despite of unoriginal game concept, Charma: The Land of Enchantment is the captivating funny game that appeals to those players, who want to relax after a difficult day. Similar to games like the popular Zuma, the Charmies snake out onto the screen in a specific pattern and you must match at least three same-colored critters in a row, which removes them from the board, to prevent the marching line from reaching the dangerous end. A seasoned casual gamer will take one look at Charma and immediately write it off as a Chuzzle clone. Also, "wild card" Charmies, which flash in a variety of colors, can be used as a joker so that it will count towards any color you need. Attractive graphics and many different environments. Attractive graphics and many different environments. Sound effects are diverse and suit perfectly to the game atmosphere. Not an original concept. Charma is a very charming and adorable game with amazing graphics — the levels are beautifully drawn and the cute Charmies look soft and furry — but aside from its lack of originality, there are some technical issues I struggled with in trying to review this game. Offline gameplay: 1 player. A seasoned casual gamer will take one look at Charma and immediately write it off as a Chuzzle clone. After the first batch of Charmies come out and are cleared, more follow until the entire tribe are removed from the board. Only one game mode.

Your job is to safely guide these cute Charmies through many perilous environments — ranging from lava-filled abysses and dense forests to Book of Legends plains Charma: The Land of Enchantment swamps — and help restore their homeland in the process. A seasoned casual gamer will take one look at Charma and immediately write it off as a Chuzzle clone. Can win trophies The Bad Some technical issues including crashes and freezes. If the game-play depth and breadth matched its high cuteness factor and amazing graphics, then perhaps it would be deserving of a higher nod from us here at Gamezebo. Plus, both Chuzzle and Charma are both 3-in-a-row games, whereby creating at least three same-colored fuzzies in a line destroys them. Charma is a very charming and adorable game with amazing graphics — the levels are beautifully drawn and the cute Charmies look soft and furry — but aside from its lack of originality, there are some technical issues I struggled with in trying to review this game. Swap Charmies to match three or more of the same kind, thus removing them from the board that prevents the marching line from Day D: Time Mayhem the cave of evil. Offline gameplay: 1 player. Not an original concept.


After the first batch of Charmies come out and are cleared, more follow until the entire tribe are removed from the board. Needless-to-say, this was annoyingly disruptive. Charma is a very charming and adorable game with amazing graphics — the levels are beautifully drawn and the cute Charmies look soft and furry — but aside from its lack of originality, there are some technical issues I struggled with in trying to review this game. Before we get into specifics, the story surrounds these hapless peoples known as the Charmies, who live in the once-beautiful and peaceful land of Charma, now burned to a crisp by a malevolent magician. Meet lovely magical creatures, called Charmies, who live in the once-beautiful and peaceful land of Charma, now turned to brimstones and lava by an evil wizard. Only one game mode. Power-ups appear in the middle of the beard from time to time, such as one that destroys all nearby Charmies, another that temporary reverses the order of them and a third that stops them in their path for a limited time. Style and atmosphere inside the game: Charma: The Land of Enchantment is a charming and adorable game that brings enormous fun for entire family. Similar to games like the popular Zuma, the Charmies snake out onto the screen in a specific pattern and you must match at least three same-colored critters in a row, which removes them from the board, to prevent the marching line from reaching the dangerous end. Did we mention cute? A seasoned casual gamer will take one look at Charma and immediately write it off as a Chuzzle clone. Not an original concept. After all, not only do the names of the games sound the same but they both star cute, furry and colorful little balls with eyes on them. Not an original concept.

Before we get into specifics, the story surrounds these hapless peoples known as the Charmies, who live in the once-beautiful and peaceful land of Charma, now burned to a crisp by a malevolent magician. Similar to games like the popular Zuma, the Charmies snake out onto the screen in a specific pattern and you must match at least three same-colored critters in a row, which removes them from the board, to prevent the marching line from reaching the dangerous end. Reviewed by Yuri Storchak Genre and what to do: Matching game. Also, "wild card" Charmies, which flash in a variety of colors, can be used as a joker so that it will count towards any color you need. Similar to games like the popular Zuma, the Charmies snake out onto the screen in a specific pattern and you must match at least three same-colored critters in a row, which removes them from the board, to prevent the marching line from reaching the dangerous end. Plus, both Chuzzle and Charma are both 3-in-a-row games, whereby creating at least three same-colored fuzzies in a line destroys them. Plus, both Chuzzle and Charma are both 3-in-a-row games, whereby creating at least three same-colored fuzzies in a line destroys them. If the game-play depth and breadth matched its high cuteness factor and amazing graphics, then perhaps it would be deserving of a higher nod from us here at Gamezebo. Only one game mode. Did we mention cute? Attractive graphics and many different environments. Can win trophies The Bad Some technical issues including crashes and freezes. Power-ups appear in the middle of the chain from time to time, such as one that destroys all nearby Charmies, another that temporary reverses the order of them and a third that stops them in their path for a limited time.

All in all, despite of unoriginal game concept, Charma: The Land of Enchantment is the captivating funny game that appeals to those players, who want to relax after a difficult day. Offline gameplay: 1 player. Not an original concept. Charma is a very charming and adorable game with amazing graphics — the levels are beautifully drawn and the cute Charmies look soft and furry — but aside from its lack of originality, there are some technical issues I struggled with in trying to review this game. Only one game mode. It features amazing graphics; backgrounds are beautifully drawn and the cute Charmies look soft and furry. Your task is to guide safely Charmies through many perilous environments - ranging from lava-filled abysses and dense forests to snowy plains and swamps and help them to restore the land of Charma to former blossom. Can win trophies The Bad Some technical issues including crashes and freezes. Before we get into specifics, the story surrounds these hapless peoples known as the Charmies, who live in the once-beautiful and peaceful land of Charma, now burned to a crisp by a malevolent magician. Power-ups appear in the middle of the beard from time to time, such as one that destroys all nearby Charmies, another that temporary reverses the order of them and a third that stops them in their path for a limited time. After all, not only do the names of the games sound the same but they both star cute, furry and colorful little balls with eyes on them. Also, "wild card" Charmies, which flash in a variety of colors, can be used as a joker so that it will count towards any color you need.

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Charma. The Land of Enchantment OST - Village (Stage 3 Theme)

11 thoughts on “Charma: The Land of Enchantment

  1. As for music; it consists of cheerful instrumental soundtracks that appeal you. Not an original concept. It features amazing graphics; backgrounds are beautifully drawn and the cute Charmies look soft and furry.

  2. Only one game mode. After the first batch of Charmies come out and are cleared, more follow until the entire tribe are removed from the board. Similar to games like the popular Zuma, the Charmies snake out onto the screen in a specific pattern and you must match at least three same-colored critters in a row, which removes them from the board, to prevent the marching line from reaching the dangerous end. Plus, both Chuzzle and Charma are both 3-in-a-row games, whereby creating at least three same-colored fuzzies in a line destroys them. Plus, both Chuzzle and Charma are both 3-in-a-row games, whereby creating at least three same-colored fuzzies in a line destroys them.

  3. If the game-play depth and breadth matched its high cuteness factor and amazing graphics, then perhaps it would be deserving of a higher nod from us here at Gamezebo. After the first batch of Charmies come out and are cleared, more follow until the entire tribe are removed from the board. Your job is to safely guide these cute Charmies through many perilous environments — ranging from lava-filled abysses and dense forests to snowy plains and swamps — and help restore their homeland in the process.

  4. Power-ups appear in the middle of the beard from time to time, such as one that destroys all nearby Charmies, another that temporary reverses the order of them and a third that stops them in their path for a limited time. After the first batch of Charmies come out and are cleared, more follow until the entire tribe are removed from the board. It features amazing graphics; backgrounds are beautifully drawn and the cute Charmies look soft and furry.

  5. After the first batch of Charmies come out and are cleared, more follow until the entire tribe are removed from the board. Charma is a very charming and adorable game with amazing graphics — the levels are beautifully drawn and the cute Charmies look soft and furry — but aside from its lack of originality, there are some technical issues I struggled with in trying to review this game. Before we get into specifics, the story surrounds these hapless peoples known as the Charmies, who live in the once-beautiful and peaceful land of Charma, now burned to a crisp by a malevolent magician. Power-ups appear in the middle of the beard from time to time, such as one that destroys all nearby Charmies, another that temporary reverses the order of them and a third that stops them in their path for a limited time.

  6. Before we get into specifics, the story surrounds these hapless peoples known as the Charmies, who live in the once-beautiful and peaceful land of Charma, now burned to a crisp by a malevolent magician. Plus, both Chuzzle and Charma are both 3-in-a-row games, whereby creating at least three same-colored fuzzies in a line destroys them. Similar to games like the popular Zuma, the Charmies snake out onto the screen in a specific pattern and you must match at least three same-colored critters in a row, which removes them from the board, to prevent the marching line from reaching the dangerous end. Your job is to safely guide these cute Charmies through many perilous environments — ranging from lava-filled abysses and dense forests to snowy plains and swamps — and help restore their homeland in the process. Also, "wild card" Charmies, which flash in a variety of colors, can be used as a joker so that it will count towards any color you need.

  7. Not an original concept. Charma is a very charming and adorable game with amazing graphics — the levels are beautifully drawn and the cute Charmies look soft and furry — but aside from its lack of originality, there are some technical issues I struggled with in trying to review this game. Did we mention cute?

  8. After the first batch of Charmies come out and are cleared, more follow until the entire tribe are removed from the board. Also, "wild card" Charmies, which flash in a variety of colors, can be used as a joker so that it will count towards any color you need. Not an original concept.

  9. Power-ups appear in the middle of the chain from time to time, such as one that destroys all nearby Charmies, another that temporary reverses the order of them and a third that stops them in their path for a limited time. Did we mention cute? Also, "wild card" Charmies, which flash in a variety of colors, can be used as a joker so that it will count towards any color you need. Similar to games like the popular Zuma, the Charmies snake out onto the screen in a specific pattern and you must match at least three same-colored critters in a row, which removes them from the board, to prevent the marching line from reaching the dangerous end. Can win trophies The Bad Some technical issues including crashes and freezes.

  10. Plus, both Chuzzle and Charma are both 3-in-a-row games, whereby creating at least three same-colored fuzzies in a line destroys them. Power-ups appear in the middle of the chain from time to time, such as one that destroys all nearby Charmies, another that temporary reverses the order of them and a third that stops them in their path for a limited time. Did we mention cute? Power-ups appear in the middle of the beard from time to time, such as one that destroys all nearby Charmies, another that temporary reverses the order of them and a third that stops them in their path for a limited time.

  11. Charma is a very charming and adorable game with amazing graphics — the levels are beautifully drawn and the cute Charmies look soft and furry — but aside from its lack of originality, there are some technical issues I struggled with in trying to review this game. Power-ups appear in the middle of the chain from time to time, such as one that destroys all nearby Charmies, another that temporary reverses the order of them and a third that stops them in their path for a limited time. Charma is a very charming and adorable game with amazing graphics — the levels are beautifully drawn and the cute Charmies look soft and furry — but aside from its lack of originality, there are some technical issues I struggled with in trying to review this game.

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