Summary: The game itself is a three-in-a-row where you have to clear the way for a liquid. Water in this case. Well crafted, but not spectaculair. For instance 4 Elements II is much more impressive. However Hello Venice has an extra feature: clear the edges, so your water will reach plants. This gives you some additional points and makes the game not too bad. What are you supposed to be doing with your collected points?
Summary: This is a decent Match-3 game with some pluses and minuses. Unfortunately, the minuses tend to be more memorable than the pluses. PLUS: The graphics, sounds, animations and game mechanics are all smooth and pleasing. PLUS: The idea of running the water to the fountain is a clever one. Also, the idea of clearing the board to the edges to water the plants there is a nice way to encourage more board clearing than is strictly necessary.
Summary: In theory, this is a game I should have loved, yet for some reason, I just... didn't. I generally enjoy match-3 games where you are playing with some sort of purpose, such as building a zoo (Simplz:Zoo) or a garden (Flower Paradise). There were just some things I found very frustrating about the game, such as: -There are blocks occasionally arranged in single columns that you simply cannot break without a power-up or being very lucky.