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Around the World in 80 Days (Premium)

by Playrix
Rated: All Ages

Price: $4.99
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
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  • PowerManager WakeLocks to keep processor from sleeping or screen from dimming
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Latest Updates

What's new in version 1.1
  • Monir bug fixes

Product Details



Product Features

  • Adventure game with outstanding storyline, beautiful animation and challenging puzzles
  • Extremely addictive gameplay with 81+ levels
  • High-quality colorful graphics and soundtrack
  • Marvelous adaptation of the Jules Verne Victorian travelogue
  • Book a trip. It will be first class!

Product Description

You only have 80 days to circumnavigate the globe. Think that sounds easy? Travel back in time to the late 19th century and get ready for spectacular adventures on land, sea and air together with the English daredevil Phileas Fogg and his loyal French servant Passepourtout. Use the unique chance to visit four continents and complete the inconceivable journey to win the fantastic 20,000 pounds wager with this outstanding puzzler inspired by the classic adventure novel of the same name written by Jules Verne.

Try other great games by Playrix on the Amazon Appstore:
➠ CALL OF ATLANTIS - Heed the call and save Atlantis in this award-winning puzzler!
➠ FISHDOM - Create your dream aquarium!

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Technical Details

Size: 76.7MB
Version: 1.1
Developed By: Playrix
Application Permissions: ( Help me understand what permissions mean )
  • Open network sockets
  • PowerManager WakeLocks to keep processor from sleeping or screen from dimming
  • Write to external storage
Minimum Operating System: Android 2.2
Approximate Download Time: More than 5 minutes

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By JJCEO #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on February 8, 2013
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This is one of the great Playrix games. My wife and I own them all for the Apple products and we are getting them on the Kindle Fire so we and our grandson can play the games there. The challenge is to race around the world in 80 days. You are racing against the clock and if you do well you get between 1 to 3 stars and the game keeps track of your time. It is a match three game with puzzle pieces that you are trying to move down the board and off of the bottom of the screen.

As you progress the levels get harder. Each country has multiple levels like England and when you complete a country you go to another country. You can see the map of the world in a globe form and see the countries on your journey. There are seven levels in England and 3 stars per level so the best possible score is 21 stars for completing England. On each level you complete a puzzle piece like Mr. Fogg's journal, or his money purse is freed. Getting four or more matches helps you to charge the hammer which allows you to break out a tile at the bottom of the board. Once the hammer is charged it is best to use it quickly so you can recharge it again.

You can also free other tools that can help you clear the board faster but to earn them you have to move them to the bottom of the board and free them like you do the puzzle pieces. You will need them so don't use them unless you really have to use them to beat the clock.

The game is colorful, fun and challenging. We enjoy it and it can provide hours of fun. The timer on the RH side of the screen shows you the remaining time and at which points you will lose a star for taking too long. The tiles can be locked or frozen and many other challenges and you have to use your speed, ingenuity and tools to quickly finish the level.
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This game is about as close to call of Atlantis as it can get. It doesn't have outrages permissions and the game is really fun. This game can keep anyone that likes games like Call of Atlantis or Bejeweled. So if you like those type of games give this one a try I think you'll like it. The file is pretty big for this style of game but it has so many levels that you can't really complain. Hope this helps you guys decide if you want to get this game. Thanks for reading [..] Thanks!
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I've downloaded 5 times, rebooted Kindle twice and it still won't install. I find it interesting this is happening to others as well all on the day this app is free. Do we have to pay to make it work? Can someone please respond?

3/19/13 - Does Amazon look at these reviews???? Will someone please make this right??? I realize it is a free app and I am apparently getting what I paid for but this is not up to Amazon's standards.

3/20/13 - Here is the response I got from Amazon "A quick restart of your device can clear up intermittent issues, like what you're seeing here. To do this, with the Kindle Fire HD unplugged, hold the power button for 20 seconds (ignore the Shut Down message). After its been off for a moment, press the button once again to turn it back on."

I tried it and it worked. Game installed correctly and I am off and running. I hope others see this and try it. I am now upgrading the 1 star to 5. Game is as expected and very fun. Good luck and hope this works for you.
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By qwill on February 6, 2013
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Love this game! I used to play it on my pc and was happy to see it available for other devices. It is a relaxing match-three game with challenges added to different levels. When you pass a level it is rated from one to three stars so you can always go back and try to beat your score on any level. The graphics are crystal clear and very colorful. It is great to play on touch screen devices and is very responsive.
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Read this for quick review from previous game, Call of Atlantis.

Normally this type of game is the type I really do not care for. Tiles fall down in various grid designs and you have to match 3 or more tiles in a row vertically or horizontally and it is also timed, two things that I would not usually want. Yet there is something about how Playrix created it that is very addicting. It is very much like their other game called "Call of Atlantis" but simplified, without the bomb, lighting, heart, or move over one space icons. And now when you use the power up button (hammer), you can only take out one tile once powered up. But if you wait and let it power up twice, it will turn into lightning (you can take out all of one color of tile). If you power it up three times, it turns into a bomb which can take out lots of close tiles.

Game tiles are a little busy and harder to see than most match games. They have drawings on them and different shades of color (kind of gives it a ‘glare’). Also to make it worse, every few seconds a beam of light passes over the tiles. I am sure this is for aesthetics, but I find it a little obtrusive.

The amount of lives (hearts are used in the Atlantis game) has been replaced with an Angry Birds style method. If you do not finish the level in the required time frame, instead of losing a life, you just will have to start the game over at the last level passed. And you get scored as a one through three star score.

The description of this game by the developers is confusing since it says; "Travel back in time to the late 19th century", makes you think this is an adventure game, not a match game.
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