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WindowsGameXtazy (Nov 30, 2005)
TriJinx is a solid offering in a genre littered with "good enough" titles. It has a good difficulty curve, in that it’s easy to learn, but gradually becomes more challenging as elements are added to the mix. The presentation of the gameplay within the story of Kristine and her missing father could have fallen into a trap of inanity, but the narrative doesn't take itself too seriously, and it adds charm to a game that might otherwise have seemed slightly generic. Graphically, it's bright enough to be interesting, but not a gaudy click-fest. Good controls and a variety of play modes bring TriJinx full circle as a brainteaser with true appeal.
MacintoshMacworld (Aug 29, 2006)
TriJinx takes the tested “match three” concept in a unique direction with its adventure story line; it’s definitely worth checking out for puzzle game fans.
WindowsWomenGamers.com (Oct 18, 2005)
Here's a game from the growing hoard of downloadable game content providers. You don't have to leave the house. Just do a search for "downloadable games" and you will find plenty of these. They are nice for when you need something to do for an hour or so. Many of them offer downloadable or web based demos too. The advantage is when you are stuck at work waiting for the phone to ring, these games a a perfect time waster.