Where's Johnny Depp when you need him? Featuring an original story within the classic Disney universe, players are asked to help Jiminy Cricket and Tinker Bell in their quest to re-organize the famous Disney storybook Meteos: Disney Magic combines the superb puzzle gameplay of the original version with beloved Disney brands. Only one of the film themes is locked in its entirety at the start of the game, and it doesn't take long to unlock it, which leaves only the expert difficulty as the major remaining incentive. But like in the original Meteos, playing against others is the real delight. This is the upload default settings from YouTube at this time. Still, there's plenty to like here. Playing the game is very much like playing the original Meteos.
A special version of the hectic puzzle game featuring many beloved Disney characters. Website: About e-mail notifications: To our subscribers, please note that we upload often and you may get several e-mail notifications from this channel. This will provide the extra boost needed to blast them completely off the screen and make them disappear. These blocks will form the base, and everything above, including them, will get launched up like a rocket. What happens when the happiest place on Earth meets this intergalactic puzzler? Combos add another tactical element and are created by shaping rectangles on a set of blocks already fired into the air. And if your hand-eye coordination makes you so dexterous you could be the subject of scientific study, there's the unlockable expert difficulty that limits blocks to vertical movement.
Well, now imagine different color pieces, each with their own Disney theme. The Little Mermaid features nice artwork, but the blocks look so much alike it's easy to get confused. Meteos: Disney Magic is a great game to add to your library. There are a few other gameplay changes here too. Toy Story, The Lion King, and Winnie the Pooh seem like obvious choices because of their popularity among fans. Creating a three-block rectangle may throw it and the blocks above up and off the screen or send it lazily into the air just to fall slowly back.
Up to four people can join a multiplayer game, and the download play option allows you to share the game with only one cartridge. It's a huge change, and one that might make purists squirm because the limitation on block movement was a big piece of the challenge in the original game. It's not as fun as the spacey theme of the original Meteos, but the artwork and backgrounds are cute and colorful. The biggest modification to the gameplay is how you move blocks. Disney fans will like the theme just fine, although it's a mystery why this particular set of films was chosen.
In many cases, vertical groups will fire differently from horizontal groups, so you need to get a handle on each level's gravity because your strategy will need to change every time the level changes. Your next move should be finding pieces that you can match within the chunk that is still in the air. And yes, there are many more to come. In the original Meteos, you could only move blocks vertically; now, you can move them horizontally too. Oh yeah, then there's that whole Disney thing. I go to a better place.
It's tempting to write off the new edition of Meteos as a typically disastrous, Disneyfied sellout for Q Entertainment, the creator of Lumines and the original Meteos. Meteos is yet another puzzle game that adopted the style of good ol' Tetris. It's ironic given the game's title that it's missing some of the delight of its predecessor, but Meteos: Disney Magic is still a worthwhile investment for puzzle-game fans. . You can even choose which player you wish to target or simply let the game automatically target one for you. There are also some special powers you can take advantage of now: slow mode, nitro boost, and horizontal block movement. Featuring an original story within the classic Disney universe, players are asked to help Jiminy Cricket and Tinker Bell in their quest to re-organize the famous Disney storybook vault after someone accidentally changed the stories.
There are already many wonderful games in this channel. In some cases, the only significant way of firing off large numbers of blocks is to create combos, so it's not just a mechanism for getting a higher score. And for a game featuring unlockable Cinderella art, it's an incredible challenge, even if you're a stylus-scratching whiz. In this Winnie the Pooh level, the slowly launching blocks are as lazy as Pooh Bear after engorging on hunny. Yes, it has Disney characters and I know it might not be everyone's choice, but if you can get over that fact and let your friends try it, soon you'll all be struggling to be the champ of exciting multiplayer battles. When they start building up, you'll have to use the stylus to move pieces horizontally or vertically throughout the screen in order to match the colors and build blocks of three or more.
One of the Lion King levels features the rousing tribal music from the film, while the Pirates of the Caribbean stages have plenty of booming cannons and typical Hollywood music but not much personality to go along with them. Imagine a vertical container with pieces dropping from above; tough to imagine, eh? But the rate at which blocks drop gets to be absolutely nuts, especially at the hard difficulty level, which throws out win conditions so grueling you may first wonder if it's even possible to get past some of the levels. It's hard, it's fun, and playing it is its own reward. The core Meteos gameplay and level of challenge remain intact, even with the special abilities and horizontal block movement. However, you will likely forget the existence of the top screen or rather, the screen that is normally on top entirely because you'll need to keep your eyes glued to the touch screen. Non-branded backgrounds and artwork may simply work better for games like this, because no matter how good they are, it's hard to look forward to unlocking predictable images based on ubiquitously marketed characters. In story mode, the levels are strung together with Jiminy Cricket's little narrative about how the Disney stories have gone awry and that it's up to you to set them straight again.