Romance? Garden? Puzzles? YES! Lily’s Garden is all this and so much more. Renovate the garden and solve challenging puzzles with this new relaxing and romantic FREE match-3 blast game! Help Lily renovate her great-aunt’s garden to its former glory and match flowers to solve challenging blast puzzles. Dig into a romantic love story full of twists and turns as Lily interacts with a cast of colorful characters. Match flowers & start your garden makeover – play with themed boosters & renovate the areas with dozens of customizations options! Discover hidden areas and choose among hundreds of flowers for your decoration project! Sit down, relax and enjoy this puzzle game enriched with a beautiful romantic story! Start your makeover now! Features: - RENOVATE, decorate and expand your garden with unique locations that tie into the story! - MATCH flowers and solve hundreds of addictive blast puzzle levels! - ENJOY plot twists in the story and uncover hidden secrets and mysteries along the way! - EXPLORE the garden with its hidden objects, dozens of flowers and unlock hidden areas - RELAX and live a romantic story with funny and heartfelt dialogue! Flowers are blossoming and Lily’s garden is ready for its makeover! Are you ready to decorate and renovate this beautiful garden? Lily’s Garden will be updated with more blast puzzles to solve and more romantic chapters regularly! Already played and enjoyed the game? Stay tuned for updates and drop us a review! Facebook: facebook.com/lilysgardengame Instagram: instagram.com/lilysgardengame
Challenging but doesn’t feel impossible, interesting enough story line to keep me working through the harder parts.
So I do purchase extra coins once in a while, but it says I purchase the coins and then it says please wait and it just continues so I have to get out of the game and I don’t get me coins. Why? So I guess Tactile lost a customer. I liked the game a lot, so good luck to everyone else.
Very relaxing and addictive
Just started playing the game, so far it fun. Thank you.
The games are ridiculous! No chance of success. You clear a board and need to collect 6 more bubbles with 12 moves left, but no bubbles are on the board. I’m going to guess you are counting on making your money on the extras you offer, and I would spend legit cash, but again, there’s no benefit, advancement or reason to do so. I had such high hopes for this game, extremely disappointing.
Keeps my mind busy and it’s entertaining
This is a very enjoyable game; the story is both catchy and at times predictable. It is also fun and takes some cool twists and turns. Holly (the mom) is a scream, and so is Larry. Each character is, well, a character. The writers did very well here, as did the artists. Setting is gorgeous. I’ve played it through over 1000 rounds; got to the mansion. Pushed to finish the original story and the win; got drawn in and stayed stubborn to completion — and am fully regretting it. It is an expensive game, but - warning! - surreptitiously so. The reason is that block drops are random, the sequence in which groups collect - and thus the order in which they spawn secondary movement - is random and not predictable. For coin boxes, this can be seriously problematic. Ditto for lantern chains. In later levels, the game will also not show all items to be removed; instead, you will get 40 turns to remove 40 shells - and 12 are on the screen. The rest show up at random- and they take explosives (or two bottles together) to remove. Ditto with other items. You may have to extend several times - 2, 3 or even 6 or 7 times - just to finish one round. And you will need to complete approx 40 rounds to finish a day. Thus, 1200 total rounds to get to the end - of the first story... a new one is queued up immediately. You will end up relying on the rake and on the trowel in many instances. Unfortunately, here’s a bit of math you have to take into account: it costs 75 USD for slightly more than 100,000 coins. Thus, a 5-turn continuance (900 coins) is roughly 65 cents. The “pop one item” trowel (a bit more than 600) is almost 50 cents per use. And a rake (3800 for 3) comes in at about 1 dollar per use, but pops everything in that row and column once as it passes. If you figure that in half of all rounds (600) you use an extension, you end up with $400 in extra costs. If you average a rake, it’s 600. And if you keep buying magic bottles, or bombs, or the like, it goes up from there - quickly. So, caveat emptor. Best advice I can give: play only when you get the free rocket, bomb and bottles from Philip (ice cream cone). This only happens occasionally. Forget the daily items, they help very little, and they reset when you skip a calendar day; it’s insufficient. And as for those you get from the rocket, the flower collections, etc - it’s all fun, but it really isn’t enough. But an extra bottle and bomb in a round can be very helpful. Other things - what kind of rocket you get is unpredictable. Could be vertical or horizontal, it’s random. Doesn’t help if you’re trying to get rid of a row of snail shells, which can only get eliminated through a rocket, a bomb, or a magic bottle in combination with them (or another bottle). Also, each of these ‘pings’ an item once - so items with multiple steps (flower pots, snail shells, rock piles, bushes, the list is long and grows) will need to be pinged several times. So, while a couple bottles will take out all the fluids or colored boxes, it will only open a coin box, a camera, bop the flower to the next level, reduce the rocks by one, etc. - and leave you with a fully random grid of new items afterwards. Have fun, enjoy the game, but don’t rush it. Watch for the specials with Philip. Get a bomb or a rocket next to a bottle and then get as many squares to that color - when you trigger, they all convert into explosives. Fun to watch! But be mindful of the cost.