Village Quest

Come to the aid of a noble but clumsy knight and puzzle through more than 100 fun Match 3 levels as he struggles to turn the kingdom that he won by chance into a flourishing realm. Let yourself be carried away by six incredible power-ups and a ton of funny mini-games! Make clever use of your resources by building huts, streets, town halls, forges and much, much more for your loyal citizens! What are you waiting for? Find out just how much fun the Middle Ages can be in Village Quest!

From the opening, though, I knew something was amiss. The colors and graphics were nice and the music was enjoyable. The Moomba will now be sitting on the pathway allowing you in. Earlier m3's were very much like this-endless matching, ordinary power-ups, no untimed option, little to no animation or "special effects" in the building portion and super easy and sometimes repeating puzzles to get "blueprints" for buildings. Exit the elevator at the bottom and speak to the first Shumi Tribe member that you see and he will give you a quick explanation about Shumi Village. Now you need to make your way back to where the Moomba was standing in front of the house blocking the way. The house on the right contains a Timber Maniacs episode and a Shumi villager that you should talk to called the Artisan. The Ultima draw point will have recharged by now so you should spend some money and draw from it again. You need to speak with the Grease Monkey who can be found down all the way at the end near where you fought the Galbadia guards and the BGHF2. Go back to Shumi Village and speak with Artisan one more time, then speak with the Elder to finally receive your reward Status Guard. The game was not too difficult and you can complete the game easily. In order to receive a gift from him he will task you with assisting the Sculptor with the completion of the Laguna Statue — so go back and speak with the Sculptor. The Sculptor will task you with finding five stones; blue, wind, life, shadow and water. Date published:

The village is located on the upper-most continent on the map. Talk to the Sculptor until he tells you that he did not need any of those stones to finish the statue and how it was all a ploy to have you get acquainted with the village. Now you need to make your way back to where the Moomba was standing in front of the house blocking the way. Blue Stone: The blue stone that the Sculptor is referring to are the big blue rocks just off to the left of the same room that the Laguna Statue is in. Date published: Maybe not an issue for most people. You must use it in battle at least once to summon Phoenix, after which there is a But I did purchase this game only for the level challenges. The Ultima draw point will have recharged by now so you should spend some money and draw from it again. Make your way over to the frog sitting in front of the pond and you will find it. After you have completed the Shumi Village side quest it is easy to begin the Chocobo Forest side quest as the start of that quest is very close to the Shumi Village entrance. All done! It's a no buy for me, but if you're a newbie to this type of game, you may want to start here. Walk all the way to the back of the house to find a statue that looks like Laguna. From the opening, though, I knew something was amiss.


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The Quwst draw point will have recharged by now so you should spend some money and draw from it again. The Queet stone is located off to the right Zumas Revenge of this pathway — the opposite side of where the The Inquisitor point is found. Nice game, but there's not much fun factor to it. I achieved all the levels and the game just kept on going. The house on the right contains a Timber Maniacs episode and a Shumi villager that you should talk to called Villafe Artisan. Click on the link for more information on how to complete it. Date published: Rated 3 out of The Far Kingdoms: Sacred Grove Solitaire by jmcbeauty from Village Quest Go back to Viloage Village and speak with Artisan one more time, then speak with the Elder to finally receive your reward Status Guard. Continue all the way to Village Quest left Vagrant Hearts past the different houses until you see a pond and a frog. Not one I want in my collection. Blue Stone: The blue stone that the Sculptor is referring to are the big blue rocks just off to the left of the same room that the Laguna Statue is in. Rated 5 out of 5 by andrewhow53 from Village Quest Vkllage great matching game to play but Village Quest could have done without the timer Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ModemMom from Awesome I really enjoy the match 3s but this game has puzzles too! Village Quest Sculptor will have a discussion with you regarding Laguna. This does offer a challenge on each level and the timer is generous. Maybe not an issue for most people.

The Sculptor will have a discussion with you regarding Laguna. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by meighannc from Fun Game A Little Short As far as match 3 goes I liked the concept and building aspect of this game. The cartoonish characters and silly dialogue didn't overly bother me as the core of the game could be a good great? But if more modern "bells and whistles" are what you expect, look elsewhere. The Sculptor will task you with finding five stones; blue, wind, life, shadow and water. Not one I want in my collection. The shadow stone is located off to the right side of this pathway — the opposite side of where the draw point is found. You must use it in battle at least once to summon Phoenix, after which there is a Talk to the Sculptor until he tells you that he did not need any of those stones to finish the statue and how it was all a ploy to have you get acquainted with the village. Date published: Maybe not an issue for most people. The colors and graphics were nice and the music was enjoyable.

Northern Tale is a beach on the northern portion of the continent that will allow you to Village Quest and reach the village. After finishing the trial I purchased it. Squall will explain his views about the preceding only to be laughed at behind his back by the Shumi Villagers. Not one I want in my collection. Enter the Risen Dragons and talk to the Shumi standing on the left blocking the draw point. Move towards the rocky cliff with the roots hanging down and Squall will climb up to grab the stone. It was decent if you like match 3s, Safari Quest I completed the game very quickly and it was quite short. From the opening, though, I knew something was amiss. Blue Stone: The blue stone that the Sculptor is referring Charma: The Land of Enchantment are the big blue rocks just off to the Village Quest of the same room that the Laguna Statue is in. Jump into the elevator to head down to the village.


Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by meighannc from Fun Game A Little Short As far as match 3 goes I liked the concept and building aspect of this game. Enter the building and talk to the Shumi standing on the left blocking the draw point. Make your way over to the frog sitting in front of the pond and you will find it. The beginning storyline was very poor in all aspects But if more modern "bells and whistles" are what you expect, look elsewhere. There is a beach on the northern portion of the continent that will allow you to ascend and reach the village. Nice game, but there's not much fun factor to it. After you have completed the Shumi Village side quest it is easy to begin the Chocobo Forest side quest as the start of that quest is very close to the Shumi Village entrance. I stopped playing after about 10 levels because I simply couldn't get excited about it. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by jmcbeauty from Village Quest Pull open your mini map by continually hitting select and locate Shumi Village. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by TeachumWell from A Glimpse of Games Gone By Having played many, many match 3 games and always looking for more, I dove into this one with high hopes as the building aspect usually adds to the m3 fun. Rated 5 out of 5 by andrewhow53 from Village Quest Another great matching game to play but I could have done without the timer Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ModemMom from Awesome I really enjoy the match 3s but this game has puzzles too!

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  1. All done! Now you need to make your way back to where the Moomba was standing in front of the house blocking the way. Now head over to the Artisans house and check the kitchen on the left side. There is a beach on the northern portion of the continent that will allow you to ascend and reach the village. But the play, power-ups, non-removable timer and no choices building side all seem to have come thru a "time warp" from long ago.

  2. Move towards the rocky cliff with the roots hanging down and Squall will climb up to grab the stone. The house on the right contains a Timber Maniacs episode and a Shumi villager that you should talk to called the Artisan. It is not something that you want to rely on, but it certainly is a nice little form of insurance against some of the more difficult battles to come.

  3. In order to receive a gift from him he will task you with assisting the Sculptor with the completion of the Laguna Statue — so go back and speak with the Sculptor. Blue Stone: The blue stone that the Sculptor is referring to are the big blue rocks just off to the left of the same room that the Laguna Statue is in. Click on the link for more information on how to complete it. It's a no buy for me, but if you're a newbie to this type of game, you may want to start here. Make your way over to the frog sitting in front of the pond and you will find it.

  4. Try to leave the house at the conclusion of the conversation and the Elder will stop you before you can leave. The game was not too difficult and you can complete the game easily. Exit the Artisans house and head over to the house on the left on the same screen with pond and the frog.

  5. It is not something that you want to rely on, but it certainly is a nice little form of insurance against some of the more difficult battles to come. Try to leave the house at the conclusion of the conversation and the Elder will stop you before you can leave. The beginning storyline was very poor in all aspects The cartoonish characters and silly dialogue didn't overly bother me as the core of the game could be a good great?

  6. It was decent if you like match 3s, but I completed the game very quickly and it was quite short. There is one more thing to do before you leave… but before you can you must completely exit the village including going all the way up the elevator. Go back to Shumi Village and speak with Artisan one more time, then speak with the Elder to finally receive your reward Status Guard.

  7. Exit the Artisans house and head over to the house on the left on the same screen with pond and the frog. But the play, power-ups, non-removable timer and no choices building side all seem to have come thru a "time warp" from long ago. In order to receive a gift from him he will task you with assisting the Sculptor with the completion of the Laguna Statue — so go back and speak with the Sculptor.

  8. Now head over to the Artisans house and check the kitchen on the left side. Rated 5 out of 5 by andrewhow53 from Village Quest Another great matching game to play but I could have done without the timer Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ModemMom from Awesome I really enjoy the match 3s but this game has puzzles too! After finishing the trial I purchased it. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by jmcbeauty from Village Quest

  9. The game was not too difficult and you can complete the game easily. The draw point is for Ultima magic and in order to use the draw point they will charge you 5, gil. Earlier m3's were very much like this-endless matching, ordinary power-ups, no untimed option, little to no animation or "special effects" in the building portion and super easy and sometimes repeating puzzles to get "blueprints" for buildings.

  10. Date published: Wind Stone: The wind stone is way back at the entrance to Shumi Village — not up the elevator though. The beginning storyline was very poor in all aspects

  11. The cartoonish characters and silly dialogue didn't overly bother me as the core of the game could be a good great? Now you need to make your way back to where the Moomba was standing in front of the house blocking the way. Go back to Shumi Village and speak with Artisan one more time, then speak with the Elder to finally receive your reward Status Guard. There is a beach on the northern portion of the continent that will allow you to ascend and reach the village. Not one I want in my collection.

  12. You must use it in battle at least once to summon Phoenix, after which there is a After finishing the trial I purchased it. Now head over to the Artisans house and check the kitchen on the left side. Continue all the way to the left skipping past the different houses until you see a pond and a frog.

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