Button Tales

Once upon a time, something terrible happened to a normally peaceful Buttonlands. Your wonderful little world is now in ruins and it's up to you to restore it! Venture through over 100 unique levels and use power-ups to clear the obstacles. Complete the base levels to unlock Relax Mode. For the ultimate challenge, unlock all of the achievements to gain access to the bonus levels! Meet cute characters and explore the breathtaking environment. The wonderful music and effects will help you delve right into the game. Enjoy an original and captivating storyline with an unpredictable ending!

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Button Tales OST - Buttonlands

The levels are untimed, but there are limited moves, goals to complete and 3 stars to achieve. This game requires some thinking and strategy, but is certainly not undoable. The drawback though is a limited number of moves, although the flips do not count as moves. Button Tales is an extremely challenging Limited Moves game that requires a little bit of luck, a little bit of skill, a little bit of memory, and a whole lot of patience! I'm glad it's a nice calm color and they don't glare out at you giving eye strain. I sure love it. Interesting powerups that aren't the same old, same old, either. After Gaster's death, Papyrus took legal guardianship of Sans, since Sans is only ten at the time of the story. I recommend it to all fans of the genre, and especially to those who like the first part of the game. The wonderful music and effects will help you delve right into the game. If you don't mind taking your time going through the levels and having to think outside the everyday M3 box, much recommended! At many levels, there are several ways to complete level and it makes the gameplay even more diverse. Meet cute characters and explore the breathtaking environment. It is very similar to the first game but without the extras that the first game has. Breathtaking and challenging Match 3 game with innovation mechanics - a fresh perspective on the genre Story Once upon a time, something terrible happened to a normally peaceful Buttonlands.


Femme Button Tales

But I was disappointed; it's a no buy for me. I love the flip feature where you click on a piece to change it. I think this game gives a good variation for the player who enjoys untimed and challenge. Check the A Fairy Tale forum for tips. Having said that I do like this game. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by mausmausmaus from Nice Button Tales I enjoyed the game very much. The developer recently updated the game so the relaxed mode is now enabled all the time, but it's a crying Stones of Rome if you don't at least check out the regular mode because you'll be missing out on the truly unique spin on M3 gaming. I immediately bought this game. It would seem the relaxed mode is only available after conquering the hard mode. In Button Tales: Way Back Home, there are two ways to make matches, the old-fashioned way of swapping tiles, or the Button Tales way of flipping Button Tales over. Flipping over the buttons gives you a good strategy and some luck to your play. Muffet- Mr. Flowey- The Cat.

It would seem the relaxed mode is only available after conquering the hard mode. You don't build anything and there's no break to do something else between levels. I love the cartoons and pretty colors but got enough jewels and butterflies. Papyrus was unable to afford the keep their father's house so he sold it and used the money from both the house and Gaster's life insurance to move him and Sans out to the Pink Palace apartments in Snowdin. I'm glad it's a nice calm color and they don't glare out at you giving eye strain. The board layouts are tricky and the challenges they present assures a lengthy game well worth the price. Match 3's is my fav of games, so I was glad to see a new one. This will not be an easy game, particularly if you want 3 stars. I sure love it. I don't care much for a storyline in a match3 game, so I didn't let the poor storyline influence my rating. The old-fashioned way is perfectly fine but isn't strategically advantageous most of the time because, for one, it uses up a precious limited Move, and trust me, they aren't very generous with the amounts given. There are bonus levels if you collect all of the rewards.

But,I found this rather boring. Flippingover the tiles was a nice Idea. However, it is very entertaining and may require some Mystery Loss 2 planning and rethinking. It's challenging to get the Ice Cream Craze: Natural Hero stars. A pinned tile cannot be flipped. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by SynthpopAddict from Patience: a much needed virtue for this game [review based upon completed regular game mode and bonus boards] Button Tales untimed, unique 2 sided piece concept, recent game upgrade enables relaxed [unlimited swaps] mode at start, great challenge Cons: green tiles hard to see, very slow paced game, poor storyline, different playing mechanics take getting used to levels with 10 Button Tales levels unlocking after all achievements are won. This is different and I enjoy it! The main drawback I found was that flipping pieces makes the levels very time consuming especially near the end of the game. For me it was the perfect amount of challenge and I consider myself an intermediate player. The levels start out easy, but they get much harder as you go. Graphics are cute - and Medieval Defenders my Daughter loved it. Flowey- The Cat. You don't build anything and there's no break to do something else between levels.


I think this game gives a good variation for the player who enjoys untimed and challenge. In Button Tales: Way Back Home, there are two ways to make matches, the old-fashioned way of swapping tiles, or the Button Tales way of flipping buttons over. There is no timer in either mode but a nice challenge in both to finish the board clearing background tiles and list of items. That was cool. Interesting powerups that aren't the same old, same old, either. This is pretty unique, buttons!! Your wonderful little world is now in ruins and it's up to you to restore it! The levels are untimed, but there are limited moves, goals to complete and 3 stars to achieve. I recommend it to all fans of the genre, and especially to those who like the first part of the game. Flipping over the buttons gives you a good strategy and some luck to your play. Great game for all ages! I am stuck on level 4. It won't count moves if you luck up while turning the button and it scores.

Rated 5 out of 5 by meme from a unique strategy based game This game has super great graphics and filled with all types of strategy match 3 gameplay. Meet cute characters and explore the breathtaking environment. The wonderful music and effects will help you delve right into the game. I had no problem on my large screen looking for the green background tiles especially if you flipped the buttons, but there is no rush to find it. A pinned tile cannot be flipped. I am stuck on level 4. This is different and I enjoy it! You can play relaxed or limited moves. Some of the other playing mechanics aren't obvious either. Sans is still a bit too young to fully grasp the situation Papyrus is in, and is unhappy with the change in their dynamic as brothers. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by alvinandjo from My Favorite Game! Flip buttons to match. Overall, lots to do and more to come.

14 thoughts on “Button Tales

  1. That was fun - I found it easy to lose track of other goals while chasing pins, lol! It has nice and colorful tokens, power ups, reward for bigger matches, variation on each level, coins and stars and a choice in mode to think or just go crazy matching. Also clicking bombs and gold coins don't count as a move and it gives you decent cascades in the game for the fun value. Play in Normal Mode or Relaxed Mode.

  2. Flippingover the tiles was a nice Idea. The old-fashioned way is perfectly fine but isn't strategically advantageous most of the time because, for one, it uses up a precious limited Move, and trust me, they aren't very generous with the amounts given. Having said that I do like this game. Date published: The sudden responsibility of taking care of Sans and being the sole provider for them both has taken its toll on Papyrus, leaving him almost no time or energy to spend with Sans.

  3. It would seem the relaxed mode is only available after conquering the hard mode. I play it everyday! I love the cartoons and pretty colors but got enough jewels and butterflies. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by alvinandjo from My Favorite Game! The flipping thing is well thought out.

  4. During the demo there were coloured tiles that needed to be cleared, sometimes twice, on-board bomb bonuses, a special hammer bonus that needed to be activated and a pin obstacle. Date published: It's a match 3 games, yes, but you can click on the "buttons" and they will change colors. Very different to other match 3 games and it adds some difference. It is then that Sans discovers the door

  5. Interesting powerups that aren't the same old, same old, either. I love the flip feature where you click on a piece to change it. I found this out the hard way on level 3 Everything else is pretty much standard Match 3 flair, make required matches of Specified Buttons, Clear all Green cells, bust through Obstacles such as Crates, and receive Bonuses for Large Matches, like Bombs of various coverage and Vertical or Horizontal Line Busters. The levels start out easy, but they get much harder as you go.

  6. For me it was the perfect amount of challenge and I consider myself an intermediate player. Papyrus was unable to afford the keep their father's house so he sold it and used the money from both the house and Gaster's life insurance to move him and Sans out to the Pink Palace apartments in Snowdin. It would seem the relaxed mode is only available after conquering the hard mode. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by alvinandjo from My Favorite Game!

  7. Also, the brightly colored pieces seem to obscure the pale green tiles that need to be cleared, and it's difficult to differentiate the different sized bombs. I don't care much for a storyline in a match3 game, so I didn't let the poor storyline influence my rating. It would seem the relaxed mode is only available after conquering the hard mode.

  8. During the demo there were coloured tiles that needed to be cleared, sometimes twice, on-board bomb bonuses, a special hammer bonus that needed to be activated and a pin obstacle. The AU creator does not use the Annoying Dog or Temmie because both characters are based on real people. Gameplay This is a real fresh perspective on the Match 3 genre. When you flip a button over, on the other hand, it doesn't affect your Limited Moves, AND it may result in an automatic match which also doesn't count towards a Move.

  9. Overall, lots to do and more to come. The old-fashioned way is perfectly fine but isn't strategically advantageous most of the time because, for one, it uses up a precious limited Move, and trust me, they aren't very generous with the amounts given. Great game for all ages!

  10. The wonderful music and effects will help you delve right into the game. I love the cartoons and pretty colors but got enough jewels and butterflies. This will not be an easy game, particularly if you want 3 stars.

  11. The board layouts are tricky and the challenges they present assures a lengthy game well worth the price. And this has a nice cute theme. It is then that Sans discovers the door A pinned tile cannot be flipped. I don't care much for a storyline in a match3 game, so I didn't let the poor storyline influence my rating.

  12. Asriel- Wybie. In Button Tales: Way Back Home, there are two ways to make matches, the old-fashioned way of swapping tiles, or the Button Tales way of flipping buttons over. But I was disappointed; it's a no buy for me. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by SynthpopAddict from Patience: a much needed virtue for this game [review based upon completed regular game mode and bonus boards] Pros: untimed, unique 2 sided piece concept, recent game upgrade enables relaxed [unlimited swaps] mode at start, great challenge Cons: green tiles hard to see, very slow paced game, poor storyline, different playing mechanics take getting used to levels with 10 bonus levels unlocking after all achievements are won. During the demo there were coloured tiles that needed to be cleared, sometimes twice, on-board bomb bonuses, a special hammer bonus that needed to be activated and a pin obstacle.

  13. At least it does not have a chain mode which I despise. Asriel- Wybie. There is no timer in either mode but a nice challenge in both to finish the board clearing background tiles and list of items. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by catlynn54 from Different Match-3 This game has a difference- flipping the pieces to make a match hopefully. I love the cartoons and pretty colors but got enough jewels and butterflies.

  14. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by margot01 from Great game Great to play a twist on the standard match 3 game. The regular mode is NOT a child's game. Great game for all ages!

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