Fairy mix - a game for the Android platform, "three in a row", where a young sorceress Ginny must defeat the evil witch. Your task - to form rows of at least 3 identical bottles with a magic potion, changing their places. The evil witch has destroyed homes and other buildings, which you need to recover during a trip to fairyland. Each new level offers to perform a new task. The longer the series, you can create, the more bonuses will get, and this will help you to quickly deal with the task.
Key features of the game Fairy mix:
- Cutie young sorceress
- A variety of potions
- Powerful spells
- All sorts of bonuses.
To play you need to provide access to the Internet.
|The size:||25.68 MB|
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|Application Type:||Free of charge|