Laruaville 5

A couple of ghosts, feeling the call of the sea, decided to go on adventure. Unfortunately, a violent storm tore their ship apart and sunk it. Luckily, nobody got hurt, but they were cast ashore on an uninhabited island. The mainland is within visible distance, but how will they get back? Can they build a new ship? Building ships is not an easy task; it requires a lot of materials, knowledge and energy... Will you be able to help them out in such a hard task?

I agree with smhaase, the mini-games have nothing to do with the main game. I simply don't know what I'm supposed to do. I also love the little ghosts that they bring back each time. I would certainly not recommend this game for anyone. Please note that we can't help you out if you write about it in your review. I end up just clicking all over the place until I get them all!!!. This is the best Laruaville ever. I buy these right out of the gate, they're that much fun! Great game, beautiful graphics, colors and sweet storyline. I have all of them of course Rating: Your review: Do you have an issue with your game? You also have solitaire one up or down, find 12 things different, and hidden objects. Not your usual Match 3. I just purchased the other 3 in the series.

I had hoped that by the fifth game in the series it would have gotten much more interesting. I also love the little ghosts that they bring back each time. Submit Thank you for writing a review! I had played the first Laruaville some time ago and was unimpressed. It's not! With no hints or power-ups, it's just plain boring. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by WinterWhimsy from One of my favorites! You really have to think about each level and if you haven't played the other Laruaville games you might have some trouble. I buy these right out of the gate, they're that much fun! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Marja67 from Cute and fun. I own several of these. The levels are more challenging than in the previous games and a lot more fun. You want to try to match at least 4 tiles to receive a pack of dynamite, or other power-up, because many of the obstacles require a power-up to destroy it in order to progress. You also have solitaire one up or down, find 12 things different, and hidden objects.

The levels are more challenging than in the previous games and a lot more fun. Please note that we can't help you out if you write about it in your review. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by tutortime from Love this series! Coins are collected when you make at least a Match 3 adjacent to them, beside them, over them and directly below them. I am more about playing the match 3 than obtaining coins and building and appreciate the immediate skip on the puzzles and mini games. The story starts out with the two ghosts on an island, the only reason I know what happened is because I read the BF introductory, so either I missed part of the story or the devs left a lot up to imagination as to how or why they got there. Keep this in mind when playing this game, it's all about the coins, don't worry about obstacles UNLESS they are standing in the way of getting to a coin. Talk about excitement and flash! This one takes it to another level. With no hints or power-ups, it's just plain boring. Not your usual Match 3. Click here to go to our help pages or to contact our Customer Support team instead.


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Please make more soon. I also liked that this Laruxville went back to having a variety of mini games rather than Laruaville 5 mah-jong. Some of the "find the difference" mini games are hard. I simply don't know what I'm supposed to do. You get no points for playing them, so what's the sense? You want to try to match at least 4 tiles to receive a pack of dynamite, or other power-up, because many of the obstacles require Laryaville power-up to destroy it in order to progress. Some Coins are in half, requiring matches next to them to make the halves come together in a straight line. I had played the first Laruaville some Laruavillee ago and was unimpressed. If you like explosions there are a lot of them. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Marja67 from Cute and fun. The levels are more challenging than in the previous Reel Deal Slots: Fishin Fortune and a lot more fun. Rated 5 out of Laruaville 5 by catladyx10 from Fell in love I previously played the first Laruaville and then bought the 5th. Some of the mini card games are a little tricky. Eventually Laruaaville are Dirty coins that need a power up to clean, Icy coins that require fire, coin molds to fill with Gold to create coins, Sparkle Unleashed that need filled, and coins with Locks and keys that need joined, Laruuaville with obstacles such as Battle Slots, Clay, Stones, Fire, Ice, Fog, Rocks, Shielded Crates require matches on unshielded sides to destroy and even Bugs! Please note that we can't help you out if you write about it in your review.

I've waited a year for this version to come out and it was well worth the wait! These are the kind of games you can play over and over and never get tired of them! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ap from Laruaville 5 I love the Laruaville series and I have them all. I end up just clicking all over the place until I get them all!!!. I buy these right out of the gate, they're that much fun! You want to try to match at least 4 tiles to receive a pack of dynamite, or other power-up, because many of the obstacles require a power-up to destroy it in order to progress. It's not! If you like explosions there are a lot of them. Some of the mini card games are a little tricky. You really have to think about each level and if you haven't played the other Laruaville games you might have some trouble. I find that I don't want to stop and really have to force myself to leave the computer and go do some work!!!! Talk about excitement and flash! With no hints or power-ups, it's just plain boring.

I find that I don't want to stop and really have to force myself to leave the computer and go do some work!!!! I had played the first Laruaville some time ago and was unimpressed. Larusville was finally asked if I wanted to skip that level but I said no and was determined to finish it. The levels are more challenging than in the previous games and a lot more fun. Some Coins are in Laruaville 5, Sparkle Unleashed matches next to them to make the halves come Laruavillle in a straight line.


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2 thoughts on “Laruaville 5

  1. The story starts out with the two ghosts on an island, the only reason I know what happened is because I read the BF introductory, so either I missed part of the story or the devs left a lot up to imagination as to how or why they got there. Adorable little characters! Build a city with everything in it. Not your usual Match 3. I've waited a year for this version to come out and it was well worth the wait!

  2. With no hints or power-ups, it's just plain boring. I sure am hoping there comes a Laruaville 6. All in all, these games are great fun. It's not!

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