Games Like Polarium Advance for PS3
Lumines Supernova is a Puzzle, Single-player and Multiplayer video game available to play on PlayStation 3 by Q Entertainment. The game is the 4th main release in the series of Lumines and retains all the features of Lumines Live with the exception of online multiplayer. A new mode is introduced in the game, DigDown Mode. It has borrowed many components from the previous releases. The ultimate objective is to rate and move bocks varying between two colors on the screen to create 2×2 blocks of the same color. During the gameplay, the time lime passes over the screen from left to right and removes colored squares and rewards the player with points. The game will end once the blocks reach to the top of the screen. There are several modes such as Time Attach mode, Challenge Mode, and Puzzle Mode. Each mode comes with unique set of objectives following the same concept. The player will unlock skins in the challenge mode by playing through the level. Within limited time, the player must complete as man colored squares as possible to master all the levels. With engaging gameplay, superb graphics, and cool controls, Lumines Supernova is a good game to play.
More About Polarium Advance
Polarium Advance is a Puzzle and Single-player video game offered by Mitchell Corporation for Game Boy Advance. The sequel to the previous title Polarium, the game offers similar gameplay to that of the last game. It takes place in a grid-based map full of black and white tiles, and by drawing a single line in the map, the tiles can be flipped from black to white. There are two exciting modes such as Stage and Time Attack. In the Stage mode, three different game types available such as Edit and Custom, Polarium Reference, and Daily Polarium. The game features up to 365 challenging puzzles to solve in Daily Polarium, and the player can complete a puzzle in a day. The ultimate objective is to solve the tricky problems per day to win. In the Time Attack mode, the player is given either five hard or ten easy procedurally generated puzzles and must solve them as fast as possible to become the master. Unlike its previous title, the game was published for the Game Boy Advance, with some medications. However, the unfamiliar Challenge mode was eliminated, and the main concentration of the game is now on the Puzzle mode, which introduces 365 puzzles. The player can experience each stage in Stage Mode with no time limit option.