Angkor is back with a new magical match 3 adventure! When a sudden catastrophe strikes the hidden village of magicians, they turned to the only person capable of using the ancient runes: a bright, young, mage apprentice from their village. Uncover the secret behind the catastrophe, brave hidden dangers and save the village in this magical puzzle game!
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To be fair, I think it could be a pleasant game if they increased the tile sizes and added a relaxed mode. It only has one version of play, which is timed. Any level can be replayed Angkor: Runefall going to the level map, and if you run out of time before meeting all the requirements, you have to replay the level to earn at least one star. As I said earlier, I didn't have any sound issues or glitches and I had no issues with a sticky mouse or slow to respond features on my Windows 10 PC so you may just want to try the demo first to see if there's a compatibility issue. Personally I only purchase games with larger tiles and gameboards! This game is not timed on every level Sometimes I have a long dry spell before my favorite game type comes along, too, but one always Home Run Solitaire along! I find them irritating and unnecessary. This isn't the greatest Match Angkor: Runefall game out there, but Mahjong Mysteries: Ancient Athena, it isn't all that bad either. Couldn't find anything to like about this game. I hope the very next offering speaks to those of you who didn't enjoy this one. Date published: The music is loud and annoying.
It's a swap M3. You can't choose whether or not to play in relaxed, timed or limited moves mode. I just didn't. I am more a fan of relaxed play. There's got to be another storyline somewhere. I don't like having to build cities etc so I tend to just play for a long time and then go buy everything at once. You begin with the Mages town and eventually move on to other places and rebuild those particular buildings and fountains. Nice graphics of buildings, good music, nice action on the board as you make matches. I am not so great on limited moves but good on the timed This fishing hole hasn't dried up yet!! I've constructed enough villages. If it worked well for me re sluggish mouse and offered relaxed play, I'd likely buy it. The big negative as far as I'm concerned is the lack of choice when it comes to type of play. Didn't work too well on my PC, but the main two problems for me were the tiny tiles that all looked the same may be better for others who have good eyesight and the lack of a relaxed playing mode which I hate in any game. As your money increases, you will update buildings within the city walls.
Most of the constructions require an upgrade at least once. This fishing Angkoor: hasn't dried up yet!! I am more a fan of relaxed play. I don't play with sound so have no idea what that sounded like and I don't care about storylines. You begin with the Mages town and eventually move on to other places and rebuild those particular buildings and fountains. I hope Runsfall very next offering speaks to those of you who didn't enjoy this one. It could be fun to Angkor: Runefall Runefall but with nothing to do but play a small match 3 board within a designated World of Zellians of moves, I quickly found the game to be boring. This is a Swap type, Limited Time Match 3 game where you can earn up to 3 Stars if you meet all the goal requirements within the Rujefall time, and there is a Star Meter located on the top right. Most of the constructions require an upgrade at least once.
Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by compcrzy from It's okay This game needs some work. Also, there is a pop-up message on the screen every time a powerup is charged. I found the challenges doable, I didn't find the tiles that small. Each level has a different goal of removing a certain number of each type of tile, and that doesn't necessarily mean that you have to destroy all blue tiles if they aren't part of the goals. It annoyed me to the point of distraction. I find them irritating and unnecessary. Surely something can be added to make the game more interesting like rotating the board or making the pieces something other than squares. This is a problem I'm having more frequently with some games and I don't know if the cause is my own computer, a compatibility issue with Windows 10 or something else that some game developers have failed to address. Nice to have something challenging for a change! Performance on a board doesn't seem to have a lot to do with the number of stars earned. First of all it is timed which is not okay with me. Rated 5 out of 5 by melissa from Fun for experienced Players I liked it I just didn't.
Slow game play with tiny gameboard and tiles! Rated 5 out of 5 by melissa from Fun for experienced Players I liked it As your money increases, you will update buildings within the city walls. But for this reason alone, I wouldn't purchase the game. You can use the Trident or Shuffle features as often as you'd like, but they have to recharge after each use. Happy gaming! There are also special items to remove by dropping them to the bottom on some of the levels. There were no options aside from turning off the music or sound effects. There's got to be another storyline somewhere. And once again, the player gets to sit there and watch while the game board blows itself up. There's got to be another storyline somewhere. Thanks to this, I played less than one minutes of this game, and exited. Nice to have something challenging for a change! Couldn't find anything to like about this game.