Around The World In 80 Days Use your mouse to solve the fun match-3 puzzles. Travel in time to the 19th century and have a great adventure! A great puzzle game of sliding pieces in another Bejeweled like game. Many levels. Travel back in time to the late 19th century and get ready for spectacular adventures on land, sea and air. Use the unique chance to visit four continents with this outstanding puzzler based on the classic novel of the same name by Jules Verne. This game is online. Around The World In 80 Days Want a trip around the world to participate in eighty days without tickets! You are Philcas Fogg, an adventurous traveler who takes up the challenge to complete the trip of eighty days. Wish to get into his shoes? Try this. Get 3 identical symbols in a row by swapping 2 arbitrary symbols. Attach two pieces of Mr. Fogg's diary by removing all tiles. 4 Match tiles to recharge and power ups. Upgrade your hammer through the charging device 100. Delete a particular type of tile with a hammer charged. Got Spirit? Get going! Drive the puzzle pieces to the bottom of the game field by getting rid of tiles under it and you will see it added to the item outline on the left. Complete the item as you travel around the world in the fastest time as you can. This amazing story started In London on one of the cloudy days in the autumn of 1872. Phileas Fogg, a true Englishman, was amember of the Reform Club and this was where this affair began. Many of the most honourable members gathered In the great saloon of the club that day. The conversation turned to an article In The Dally Telegraph, staling that It was now possible to travel around the world In 80 days. . . All unanimously agreed that It was In fact impossible. All except Mr. Phllcas Fogg. . . His bold statement created a livelysensation. When Fogg was prompted to prove his claim by action, Mr. Stuart, the chairman of the club, made a wager with him. The stake was Inconceivable. If Phileas Fogg is able to accomplish the journey around the world in 80 days he will get Mr. Stuart's post. The adventures begin. . .