Bermuda Triangle: Saving the Coral Image
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  • Summary: A brilliantly colorful ocean-based puzzle game with a decidedly ‘green’ theme. Create chains of like-colored pods, and help feed and protect the ocean’s fragile coral! Battle pirates, sharks, and other obstacles in this fast moving, all-ages adventure game that’s both infinitely fun and environmentally friendly. [Storm City Games] Collapse
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  1. The main problem about Bermuda Triangle is the difficulty: The first four levels are pretty easy, and the fifth is next to hardcore. Besides that it is a nice puzzle game for everyone.
  2. While it is far from the best match-three game on the market, this game definitely is enjoyable, and holds up for the few hours it takes to play through the story.
  3. The slower pacing of Bermuda Triangle should be most welcomed to amateur puzzle gamers and younger children.
  4. It's not a title that I'd rush out to buy or rent, but if you come across it at your local store and you've got a bit of cash burning a hole in your wallet, you could do worse than this
  5. Bermuda Triangle never really becomes terribly challenging, opting for a more casual pace and simple gameplay that will appeal to gamers of a more casual mindset.
  6. Mar 17, 2011
    54
    It soon gets highly repetitive. [Mar 2011, p.72]
  7. Bermuda Traingle lets you throw nutrients into the sea to save the animals living there. But in the end, it's just another puzzle game with little content. You'd better save the corals in real life.

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