User Reviews for
"I can't believe the graphics in Butterfly
Escape! The backgrounds are absolutely beautiful and they are in
3-D! While it is based on the Zuma
and Luxor games, Butterfly Escape
is different in that you get carried away by the vibrant colors
and the cursor arrow changes to the color of the ball you are ready
to throw, making it easier to watch where the ball will be going.
The cute little guy that throws the balls has a personality and
I could watch him do his little dance between games for a long time.
The Butterfly Escape sound effects are well done and the music is
not annoying at all. I own Zuma and turn off the music because I
get tired of listening to it. But with Butterfly Escape, I leave
the sound on. The creators of this game have done an exceptional
job and deserve many, many kudos for this one!"- Zoom
"Its true, Butterfly Escape has the
same basic gaming function as others like Luxor and Atlantis, but
that's where the similarity ends. I have played several of those
other games but this for me is the best to date, Why?. Well for
one thing the 3D graphics and scenery in Butterfly Escape are absolutely
enchanting, with oodles of detail and charm which really take you
into Buka's world. Who's Buka,well he's the adorable character who
bravely and single handed does all the shooting--with a little help
from us--and what a personality! Buka is just plain cute--whether
he's shaking his maracas in celebration of a win in the classic
mode, or banging his drum in Legendary mode, in his army colouring,
he's a real top gun!. The music in Butterfly Escape is captivating
and relaxing,with occassional little military themes and sounds.
It doesnt distract from play but compliments the action and stunning
visual effects." - Gaming Girl
"What's extra special about Butterfly
Escape is that the power ups can be caught and used immediately
or saved and selected from the bar at the base of the battle scene.
Such weapons as total nuclear annihilation, cannon, gattling gun,
pistols, are a great addition to the usual multicolour ball, the
fire balls and lightning powerup. As you work through ever increasingly
difficult levels, you must beat a whirlpool/spiralling type level
to free a butterfly and move to the next level, adding the liberated
butterfly to your Butterfly Book- you must also catch bonus stars
for extra lives- nice touch. The added bonus of a tournament mode
is great as you can pit your skills against high scores via the
internet connection, this gives yet more playability and game value.
Go on now and try Butterfly Escape, you know you want to- I'm hooked
anyway." - Flutterby Baby
"Butterfly Escape promised every bit
as much fun as Luxor, and went one step further with graphics, in
that instead of solid coloured balls that look like Christmas decorations
and don't distract the eye, Butterfly Escale decided that the balls
should ressemble bubbles, and their opacity really is clever and
cunning. Place these on a backdrop that is really pretty, with flowers
and plants, and the overall look of the game impressed me enough
to part with my money."
- Grinning Gamer
"Review of Butterfly Escape--I have
fun with this game. I prefer it over Luxor or Zuma. I liked the
graphics and sounds. It is good for all ages, and I find it is addictive
more so then other games similar out there. I think it was worth
the money." - Game Boy
"I Think Butterfly Escape is a nice
game to play at any time--very relaxing. I bought it for a Christmas
present for my boy and me." - Gaming Mom
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