Summary: This game has six games in it: *Zen-Stones- You have to remove all of the stones from the screen by matching them. *Pearl Diver- You clear the screen by connecting three pearls of the same color.
Summary: I love this game! I only give it 4 stars because one of the games in this "game", is a little difficult because the directions are not well explained in the mini game where you peach together sea creatures (anyone has a comment on how to please post for me xD ).
Summary: In my opinion, the only thing zen-like in this game is the music and graphics. The games themselves ramp up the intensity each level you beat, and by the end of playing this game, I am sure my blood pressure has raised twenty points. Overall, most of the games are at least moderately entertaining.
Summary: I liked this game because it is relaxing. You can chose how fast you want to play which makes it less stressful. It isn't as challenging as some games but I didn't buy it for that purpose. It helps relieve stress, which is what I was looking for.
Summary: Nice format - adult, relaxed background. Good to have some games that aren't based on cartoon characters. Can get quite addictive, trying to get a better score, but also boring,as there are only 6 different puzzles.
Summary: This is not my favourite or most often played game but whenever I do play it I really enjoy it and can end up playing for ages trying to beat my scores. Out of the 6 mini games I find that I mostly play 3 or 4 of them, my favourites being shell twirl and pearl diver which are both very addictive.
Summary: I know it's against the clock which should mean it is less relaxing, but I find it great for switching off from work and de-stressing. There are half a dozen games and some I like more than others. I also love Ocean Rainforest, which has another half dozen games.