Worlds Greatest Cities Mosaics 7

The next installment of World's Greatest Cities Mosaics is here with more colorful nonogram puzzles set in the greatest cities around the world! Play 3 different types of mosaics puzzles that challenge and amaze! Learn interesting facts about the cities you visit as you play.

Keep up the good work. I buy most mosaic games. Not much interested in buying this. Not much interested in buying this. They are perfect when you are showing all levels, and it has no effect whatsoever on the play of the game. Note that your review won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. Please note that we can't help you out if you write about it in your review. The developers of these games are to be commended. Submit Thank you for writing a review! You could slow it down a little, or make it a "how to play game" direction and remove the popup completely. I can count by myself. So this is a no buy for me. I buy most mosaic games. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by LanaPook from I'm disappointed.

You can turn it on or off, but when it's on, it shows you how many cells there are in both the column and row with directional arrows so you won't get confused and it makes it so much easier, especially when filling in lengthy numbers. Date published: Since I personally hate timed puzzles, this is just not my piece of cake. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by meanbusiness from Get rid of the numbers I am sorry I bought this. I can count by myself. You also get the option to choose between 10 different Tilesets in this version, but this has been a staple feature available for a long time. I can always count on these guys to bring something new to the table, which isn't really the case with other mosaic series. So this is a no buy for me. As I stated earlier, the filled-in cells on some of the Mystery Lands and Labyrinth style mosaics are very similar and it can make it difficult at times to tell where one color left off and the other begins, and it's easy to make a mistake. I can count by myself. The developers of these games are to be commended. Frustrating so deleted it after 30 mins. I prefer the ones that are more challenging like the Travel Mosaics series. Not much interested in buying this.


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I have all the rest and have really enjoyed the challenge. The graphics seem to get Monument Builders: Big Ben with each game. You can choose between 10 different Tilesets by clicking on the arrow at the very bottom of the right-hand side I believe it is located under the? I don't need or want little white numbers. Be the first to write a forum post about this Mahjong World Contest The mix of colors is also great and fun to reveal Gdeatest you solve the Mah-Jomino. Can they be disabled? New players to these games will not have time to read it. Click here to go to our help pages Rescue Team 3 to contact our Customer Support team instead. I keep trying to turn my computer upside down to see the completed picture. I would recommend that the developer program a way to do this. The other is to click the button in the low right corner of the grid screen, just beside the big question mark. You could slow it down a little, or make it a "how to play game" direction and Worlds Greatest Cities Mosaics 7 the popup completely. You can turn Workds on or off, but when it's on, it shows you how many cells there are in both the column and row with directional arrows so you won't get confused and it makes it so much easier, especially when filling in lengthy numbers.

I have purchased all in this series. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by ltlbittyfish from fun game The overall game is fun to play if you like this type, which I do. Bright green apples paired with vibrant oranges, vivid pink and purple flowers, deep maroons, dark blues, the colors just go on and on. Frustrating so deleted it after 30 mins. Unless the numbers can be disabled. As I said, if you don't want the intrusiveness, you can always turn it off, or do like I did, just turn it on when there are large numbers of cells involved. I love the new Segment Length Checker feature! One is to go to the custom mode in the 'change difficulty' menu and disable it from the 'show segment lenght' button. Unless the numbers can be disabled. I loved the first 6 of this game but I find that little number thing very annoying. Write a post! This one has some nice features but I cannot seem to find a way to turn it off. The numbers are extremely annoying and they can not be turned off. We can't help you out if you write about it in your post, so click here to go to our Help pages or here to contact our Customer Support Team instead.

Frustrating so deleted it after 30 mins. Bright green apples paired with vibrant oranges, vivid pink and purple flowers, deep maroons, dark blues, the colors just go on and on. Bright green apples paired with vibrant oranges, vivid pink and purple flowers, Moosaics maroons, dark blues, the colors just go on and The Trials of Olympus. I can count by myself. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by verimeri from loved the others but The controversial Segment Length Checker feature has returned, first offered on WGCM 7 but I actually like this feature, especially when solving a larger grid.


You can play in a Casual, Normal or Expert difficulty mode, or you can customize the difficulty mode by choosing if you want to play in a timed mode, if you want bonus points as a time bonus, whether you want numbers crossed off one by one or only when the entire row has been completed, and you can set the number of mistakes allowed from and how long it takes for the hint feature to recharge from seconds. The other is to click the button in the low right corner of the grid screen, just beside the big question mark. Do you have an issue with your game? And even for new players, they don't need to be repeated with every scene. The graphics seem to get better with each game. This game not only has some beautiful new pictures for us, but when you place your cursor on the board, it tells you how many spaces are there The controversial Segment Length Checker feature has returned, first offered on WGCM 7 but I actually like this feature, especially when solving a larger grid. The other is to click the button in the low right corner of the grid screen, just beside the big question mark. Not much interested in buying this. I have bought all the previous games in the series. The sand seems to shift, the waters to run and ripple, the fish to swim, etc. You can turn it on or off, by clicking the round circle on the left-hand side, but when it's on, it shows you how many cells there are in both the column and row with directional arrows so you won't get confused some reviewers love it, others hate it but if you don't want the intrusiveness, you can always turn it off. Can they be disabled? I don't need or want little white numbers. The main feature of this series is that they take you to the World's Greatest Cities and tell you some interesting facts about the city you are visiting.

8 thoughts on “Worlds Greatest Cities Mosaics 7

  1. So this is a no buy for me. I prefer the ones that are more challenging like the Travel Mosaics series. As I stated earlier, the filled-in cells on some of the Mystery Lands and Labyrinth style mosaics are very similar and it can make it difficult at times to tell where one color left off and the other begins, and it's easy to make a mistake. Be the first to write a forum post about this game!

  2. New players to these games will not have time to read it. The sand seems to shift, the waters to run and ripple, the fish to swim, etc. The graphics seem to get better with each game.

  3. Even mazes, where you have to drive a ball to the exit, have basically just one way to go. The numbers are extremely annoying and they can not be turned off. Since others mentioned it, I investigated a way to disable the little flashing numbers, and found two. The graphics seem to get better with each game. In some of the puzzles, some sections may be locked, requiring you to complete a different color to unlock those sections.

  4. New players to these games will not have time to read it. I have all the rest and have really enjoyed the challenge. This is just a personal preference, but as far as the Multi-colored Mosaics go, they are top-notched, logic-based griddlers. Be the first to write a forum post about this game! Grids are so easy that you basically just have to fill up the tiles left to click on at each changing color.

  5. The sand seems to shift, the waters to run and ripple, the fish to swim, etc. This game not only has some beautiful new pictures for us, but when you place your cursor on the board, it tells you how many spaces are there The grids are way too easy to solve to be interesting, and the only difficulty you can regulate switching among game playing modes is if you want to play against an easy to beat timer, a hard to beat timer of play without a timer.

  6. The developers of these games are to be commended. And even for new players, they don't need to be repeated with every scene. The graphics seem to get better with each game. Please note that we can't help you out if you write about it in your review.

  7. This game not only has some beautiful new pictures for us, but when you place your cursor on the board, it tells you how many spaces are there The beautiful colors, enchanting items, including flowers, fruits, sand and water, make me smile. I know there have been complaints about how slow the popup leaves the screen before play, but you have taken it a little too far on the other side. I have purchased all in this series. But, for me, that is pretty much all.

  8. Can they be disabled? The controversial Segment Length Checker feature has returned, first offered on WGCM 7 but I actually like this feature, especially when solving a larger grid. Of course, try for yourself if you like the game with its beautiful graphics and do not really care about more challenge, or even if you want to practice the genre in a relaxed mood! Keep up the good work. Hard to identify which tile I needed to add the next tile too.

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