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Match 3 Games – The Best Way to Keep Your Child Occupied


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Online games addiction has created a fear in many parents, making them restrict their children from playing online games. Parents should get over this fear and understand the benefits of playing such games and consider online games as fun, beneficial and educational. If your child is feeling bored and is not keen to go out and play with friends, if you looking for a good way to keep your child occupied and happy and if you want to introduce your child to simple and easy to play online games, then the best choice will be match 3 games. With a computer and an Internet connection, your child can find all sorts of games in various categories such as shooting games, racing games, sports games, action games, strategy games and puzzles, which will keep him absorbed in front of the computer for hours. The games can be played freely at anytime of the day.

So what is a match 3 game? As the name suggests, it is matching three things vertically or horizontally. These types of games such as Biogems, is gaining popularity among all age groups and is full of fun and excitement. Make the right move and you will win, is the logic behind the match 3 games. You do this by rearranging objects to get three or more identical objects in place, and make them disappear.

This is the basic theme of the most popular puzzle game, Biogems. Here the objects are colorful gems. You have to move the gems to match three or more gems in a row and make them disappear. As the gems disappear, the ones above move down and the space on top is filled with new gems. As new gems are continuously introduced, the game becomes more thrilling and as you keep connecting the gems, you keep earning points. There are seven vibrant colored gems in this game. They are Orange, Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Purple and white and each color has different effect. You will first choose your character and play against an opponent. This game can be played by yourself and family and friends. Get a high score and challenge your friends to beat your score.

If your child enjoyed playing this game, then you can introduce him to the newer version of the game, Biogems 2, a fast paced action fighter match 3 game, which contains all the features of the first version, but more challenging. You have to decide your move and play intelligently to beat your opponent. After each round of Bio gems 2, you can pick up upgrades, to help you win the next fight more easily. A newer version, Biogems 3, has also been released. This game designed by Dominique Ferland is produced by Jameson Hsu. The character animation is by Smallboy Team and the music and sound effects is by Brian Mcbearty. Bejeweled, another similar game, considered as the granddad of match 3 games, started first as a free online game, but due to its massive popularity, PopCap released it as a shareware download.

Play BioGems 2 for free and enjoy many other Puzzle Games at BioGems 2 is categorized into our Puzzle Games.


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