Same old element combining game. Except that the elements get reorganized if you exit and re-enter the game (they appear in the order you discover them while you play, then get reshuffled into the game's preferred order if you exit; it makes methodical play very difficult unless you do it all at once). And the ads are over-the-top intrusive. Way too obnoxious and aggressive. It's a dollar to remove them, but the game isn't worth a dollar to me, so bye.
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The game was set up in a way I liked, but often the combinations to make different elements made little sense or had far better alternatives. Ex: Grapes instead of being vine+fruit or vine+berries was wood+earth. Sure it works vaguely, but that sort of counterintuitive way of getting the answers made the game unenjoyable. You really had to use hints to find some. Also, some of the elements were too specific/referential when basic ones were missing. Ex: catdog-yes like the cartoon- but no lion???
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Your reward for sucessfully figuring out a combination should not be a full screen ad every single time. There's ad banners and full screen ads for just about everything you do in this! Felt like I spent more time looking for the close button for ads than I spent even trying to play the game.
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