Reviews and Problems with Bermuda Triangle: Saving the Coral
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A match-three puzzler with a pleasant environmental theme.
Common Sense Media
31 August 2010
Summary: Parents need to know that Bermuda Triangle: Saving the Coral is a match-three puzzler with a gentle environmental theme about helping coral reefs flourish while protecting them from human and environmental menaces. The content is completely innocuous; this game is safe for anyone old enough to understand how to play. That said, note that the interface is less than ideal, and could cause frustration in players of any age.
Review: Bermuda Triangle: Saving The Coral (Nintendo DS)
25 May 2010
Summary: Bermuda Triangle: Saving The Coral isn’t bad, it just doesn’t do enough to be a good game either. The puzzle mechanics work and the game can get challenging on later stages in the story mode, but there isn’t enough variety in the levels, game modes, or background art to really want to keep playing after a couple of hours.
Excerpt: From Storm City games, Bermuda Triangle: Saving the Coral is a light puzzler with an environmental theme, having the player match up colored pods in order to save and protect coral reefs. The game is pretty simple to grasp, offering basic “match-3” puzzle gameplay albeit in a slightly changed form, and with an environmentally concerned subplot thrown in.