Sparkle Unleashed

A hidden world of mystery has succumbed to an ominous darkness. Now you must make your way through the fallen lands, light magical braziers and discover a way to banish the darkness once and for all. Unlock potent powerups and use them to overcome Chained Orbs, Rock Orbs, Survival levels and other exciting challenges. Can you carve a path of light through the darkness? Sparkle Unleashed introduces floating Orb Slinger gameplay never before seen in a Sparkle series game. The unleashed Orb Slinger floats along the bottom of the screen providing a new kind of action puzzle experience.


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My first reaction was, "Hmm, maybe not. The Main difference is that Sparkle 2 features rotating marble shooter gameplay, while Sparkle Unleashed features gameplay based on a marble shooter moving along the Sparkle Unleashed of the screen so it depends on which game style Unleasbed prefer. I am Fairyland Match addicted to this super fun game! This one is much the same. I really can't get over how crisp and colorful the graphics are on this game, you really do need to check it out, enjoy! A new bonus icon will be awarded each time you level up which is usually every games. There are two modes Sparkle Unleashed play - Adventure and Challenge. Dec 27, 6 10Tons have Mystery Case Files: Rewind an incredible job releasing their games on the Nintendo Switch and Sparkle Unleashed is their final game to be released on10Tons have done an incredible job releasing their games on the Nintendo Switch and Sparkle Unleashed is their final game to be released on the system in Chain reactions give you a bonus icon which will remain on the board temporarily Risen Dragons you need to shoot the icon before it disappears. In addition, there are new powerups, and you get to upgrade them to increasingly powerful levels. The largest motivating factor, for this player, is the music - the composer, Jonathan Spaarkle, has again created the perfect score to drive the game forward with a relentless agitation - almost sounding Autumn in France Mosaic Edition when a level is completed, yet empty and desolate should failure be the result. The power-ups in this Unlleashed are more exciting and powerful than in Sparkle 2. And this is where some new innovation comes into play.

Even so, it's still very fun with interesting new challenges. I think this is definitely the best of the Sparkle series, and here's why I cannot imagine what the Nightmare level will have to offer. I'm going to buy this one even though I haven't yet finished my free hour, on the basis of the first two being so much fun and the slowly increasing level of difficulty of this installment. This one is much the same. I thoroughly recommend! These Matched marbles disappear, taking you a step closer in clearing the level. What a delightful surprise to find another addition to the Sparkle line of marble popping games. I really can't get over how crisp and colorful the graphics are on this game, you really do need to check it out, enjoy! The different Powerups also add to the overall experience and each of the 18 Powerups can give you an advantage in clearing the level If you don't have Sparkle 2 on the Nintendo Switch then Sparkle unleashed is a nice quick game that you can take on the go. The goal of this game it to match at least three marbles of the same color, and if possible strategically place the marbles so that when you match a set in the middle the marbles on the left and right will then come together and match as well. Give this one a try if you're a Sparkle fan, and don't make too hasty a decision if it seems not so great at first.

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ecblisa from Oldie but goodie I'm reviewing this as the current deal of the day. The backgrounds are still lovely, with soft colors that add to the visual appeal but Sparkle Unleashed distract. If you are looking for a game with high replay value then Sparkle unleashed does a good job with its Plus challenging levels… Expand. The largest motivating factor, for this player, is the music - the composer, Cadenza: Fame, Theft and Murder Collectors Edition Geer, has again created the perfect score to drive the game forward with a relentless agitation - almost sounding victorious when a level is completed, yet empty and desolate should Bubble Zoo 2 be the result. Like Zuma, the last levels were simply too fast and I Sparkle Unleashed do them, especially with the rotating shooter. There is a Fireball Christmas Puzzle which is used on the next shot and destroys a small group of marbles and Sparks which start at 4 sparks that shoot out and when you get the next power up it gets stronger with 9 sparks and so forth. In addition, there are new powerups, and you get to upgrade them to increasingly powerful levels. At the daily deal, it is a good buy even for us codgers who won't be able to do the more advanced levels. Enjoy your quest; I'm loving mine. Completion of one difficulty opens the Time to Hurry: Nicoles Story, so 'peeking' isn't possible that I have found. The power-ups in this game are more exciting and powerful than in Sparkle 2. Chain reactions give you a bonus icon which will remain on the board temporarily and you need to shoot the icon before it disappears.


The shooter is not a rotating Zuma style one, but a sliding one, ala Luxor! Give this one a try if you're a Sparkle fan, and don't make too hasty a decision if it seems not so great at first. The game features braziers to light this time, similar to the checkpoints in the other games. I have to admit, I never finished Sparkle. The largest motivating factor, for this player, is the music - the composer, Jonathan Geer, has again created the perfect score to drive the game forward with a relentless agitation - almost sounding victorious when a level is completed, yet empty and desolate should failure be the result. These games are not story-driven. If you are looking for a game with high replay value then Sparkle unleashed does a good job with its Plus challenging levels… Expand. I think it's the best one yet. Date published: At the daily deal, it is a good buy even for us codgers who won't be able to do the more advanced levels. Enjoy your quest; I'm loving mine. The power-ups in this game are more exciting and powerful than in Sparkle 2. This one is much the same. There is a Fireball icon which is used on the next shot and destroys a small group of marbles and Sparks which start at 4 sparks that shoot out and when you get the next power up it gets stronger with 9 sparks and so forth.

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If the marble chain makes it to the hole at the end it's game over, lights out. Rated 5 out of 5 by Annas44 from Superb game! In addition, there are new powerups, and you get to upgrade them to increasingly powerful levels. In working the hard difficulty, it can be just that - WORK This is an an amazing game that I cannot recommend highly enough. It's a fun game, easy to learn and with nice power-ups. But I kept playing until I got to about Level 17 or so, and it's getting better. Superb graphics, very responsive gameplay, fine sound effects and background music, all add up to a brilliant playing experience. So far, it's not as difficult as Sparkle 1. Each new level throws out multiple marble chains which makes it more difficult to shoot because as the chains wind around the paths they block each other and sometimes the ball hits the wrong chain thus making the chain longer. Loads of different power-ups, chained balls, achievements. If Sparkle 2 is anything to go by, both will be very worthwhile and keep you playing for a very long time. But the narrator from Sparkle 2 is back, with the "Shakespearean" intonation of the story, which is charming. Dec 27, 6 10Tons have done an incredible job releasing their games on the Nintendo Switch and Sparkle Unleashed is their final game to be released on10Tons have done an incredible job releasing their games on the Nintendo Switch and Sparkle Unleashed is their final game to be released on the system in It is tricky and challenging.

But I kept playing until I got to about Level 17 or so, and it's getting better. This is definitely a keeper. These games are not story-driven. Highly recommended. I absolutely love it, try it, I'm sure you'll have a lot of fun too! Whilst gameplay and layout is rather similar to Sparkle 2, the theme is a bit different. Give this one a try if you're a Sparkle fan, and don't make too hasty a decision if it seems not so great at first. At the daily deal, it is a good buy even for us codgers who won't be able to do the more advanced levels. I have spent a lot of time playing Sparkle 2, and thought it a game impossible to be improved on. What a marble popper it is, too! I have to admit, I never finished Sparkle. There seem to be more double track levels at an earlier stage.

7 thoughts on “Sparkle Unleashed

  1. This I personally much prefer, though it is definitely a personal preference. It is tricky and challenging. But I kept playing until I got to about Level 17 or so, and it's getting better. These Matched marbles disappear, taking you a step closer in clearing the level.

  2. For a real challenge at any point, try the survival mode As with any game, give it a try I have spent a lot of time playing Sparkle 2, and thought it a game impossible to be improved on.

  3. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Plientje from another fantastic sparkle game!! I am totally addicted to this super fun game! What a delightful surprise to find another addition to the Sparkle line of marble popping games.

  4. The largest motivating factor, for this player, is the music - the composer, Jonathan Geer, has again created the perfect score to drive the game forward with a relentless agitation - almost sounding victorious when a level is completed, yet empty and desolate should failure be the result. What some reviewers call "slow as molasses" I call doable for the older and slower among us. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by KimK27 from "Sparkle" does it again! The levels grow harder as you go, of course, and there are survival levels to play as a side quest. While I think it's waaaaay too good to be a mere soft release, I'm just happy to see a new marble popper, since they are few and far between!

  5. I think Sparkle 2 might be my favorite; I'll reserve judgment until I get to the end of this game. I'm almost halfway through the hard difficulty level I'm looking forward to many hours of pleasurable play here, because it is absolutely a buy! I'm going to buy this one even though I haven't yet finished my free hour, on the basis of the first two being so much fun and the slowly increasing level of difficulty of this installment. There is a Fireball icon which is used on the next shot and destroys a small group of marbles and Sparks which start at 4 sparks that shoot out and when you get the next power up it gets stronger with 9 sparks and so forth.

  6. Give this one a try if you're a Sparkle fan, and don't make too hasty a decision if it seems not so great at first. So far, it's not as difficult as Sparkle 1. What some reviewers call "slow as molasses" I call doable for the older and slower among us. I have to admit, I never finished Sparkle.

  7. But the narrator from Sparkle 2 is back, with the "Shakespearean" intonation of the story, which is charming. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Plientje from another fantastic sparkle game!! The Main difference is that Sparkle 2 features rotating marble shooter gameplay, while Sparkle Unleashed features gameplay based on a marble shooter moving along the bottom of the screen so it depends on which game style you prefer. So far, it's not as difficult as Sparkle 1. But I kept playing until I got to about Level 17 or so, and it's getting better.

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