Summary: The one-hour play intrigued me, but I found these issues very annoying: no save, so if you stop you need to leave your game open, not practical. You could not change modes and I thought that very tedious. If you do not click on the rotating disks in exactly the right place, they lock up.
Summary: I happen to enjoy Match 3 games and love Japanese culture so this game attracted me me. One star for the music, one for the graphics and one for the lovely voice over. The game play became rather tedious after awhile and was not what I would call stimulating like so many of my favorites.
Summary: Good graphics, well-written story, good music and sound effects and smooth gameplay. As another reviewer stated there are 4 Temples, each with a different type of Match-3 gameplay, and each Temple has 30 levels, so that's about 120 all told.
Summary: Urm this match 3 is just ok. As with all match 3 games, they are all quite similar and after playing a few puzzles, it became repetitive and started to bore me. The graphics were acceptable but nothing compared to the beautiful artwork in Seasons Match series. I got bored quickly with this game.
Summary: I am greatly interested in ancient Japanese culture and geishas, so I gave this game a try. It is a very well done match-3 game with some unique variety in the game play. You start out having one temple out of four unlocked, each temple having a different game mode: swap, pop, chain, and a new mode...