NWR writes: "Bermuda Triangle: Saving the Coral is an educational title with a fun puzzle mechanic at its core. It is a match-three puzzle game, like many that have come before it, and the game's unique twist is that instead of falling objects, as in most Tetris-style puzzlers, Bermuda deals in floating objects. On the top screen is a boat that fires gems into the ocean, which resides on the bottom screen. As you fire gems into the ocean, they float to the surface. If the surface is too crowded, they will float below the gems above them in a pyramid fashion. When three gems match in a row, they vanish, and spread nutrients to the ocean floor where coral grows. When enough coral has grown, the stage ends."