Treasures of Persia

To marry his sweetheart, the beautiful Princess of Persia, our hero must embark on a quest to find the long lost Golden Sword - the most valuable treasure in the kingdom. Solve the riddles of the ancient scriptures by completing entertaining match 3 quests to help our hero. Explore the world’s oldest civilisations: including the palace in Persepolis, the wonders of the Bazaar and the Oasis in the Great Salt Desert. Enjoy a fun-filled Match 3 adventure full of quests, treasures and rich locations to explore!

If you don't mind a Chain type Match 3 game, try Cradle of Persia instead. The music is not original to this game as I have heard it in other games all though it is soothing and does not get irritating. Carry on, says I, level two. I DO, however, recommend this a definite try it for everyone! Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by rockie29 from could be better I just thought this game could have been better. Two I have found. After completing the level goals, I have to wait an eternity for all of the bonuses to do their bonus thingy, before my score is finally totaled, isn't it bad enough that I have to wait after every match I make before matching again? I really like it! If so, unfortunately, NOT a buy for me. There is little explanation of what to do- no power-ups. It needed a little more punch to it. Excellent block stacking match 3 game! I recommend this game. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by willowfey from problems I had two problems with this game.

I easily passed 15 levels during the free hour demo. Not very exciting. When playing upper right hand corner tracks progress. Would probably better for a beginner or child. If you don't mind a Chain type Match 3 game, try Cradle of Persia instead. At least I never found any. Let's back up a bit. Each level you have to reach your goal in a certain number of moves. Carry on, says I, level two. There is little explanation of what to do- no power-ups. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by verimeri from hate limited moves This game might have been okay- not likely- but the limited moves totally killed it. You cannot proceed with the game until all items are found and you have limited moves so if you click on the wrong item you will lose a move. Once you find an item, the next one will be shown. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by ColoNative from Just Not a Good Game First, it was slow and there was no indicator as to whether the screen was frozen or something was going on.

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I played arcade mode and it was so relaxing. Things aren't looking good by this point, but I proceed with caution, only to discover that this is a Limited Moves type Match 3, my least favorite kind. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by ColoNative from Just Not a Good Game First, it was slow and there was no indicator as to whether the Treasures of Persia was frozen or something was going on. Treaures say "look at all the pretty pictures" because that's all they are, it shows you what you receive when you make large bonuses, but it doesn't tell you what happen Mad Mouse you use those Allora and The Broken Portal. The scoring does not make any sense. There is little All-in-One Mahjong of what to do- no power-ups. I have Settlement: Colossus searche the things by shadows. The storyline was fairly interesting but the game itself is "meh" at best. This story starts with dialog explaining that Persia is the world's oldest civilization, known to have conquered Europe, Asia and Africa. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by blodders1 from Not a match 3 Says match 3 Treasures of Persia is in 3D and not easy to control. This developer has a lot of work to do to get me to buy a game. I easily Treasurs 15 levels during the free hour demo. And, normally I would BUT the game description page says there are 20 levels per game mode.

Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by datdaxi from Sorry but, I am stocking at level I might also add that the music has nothing to do with Persia, what, what? My reward this time was 3 Stars, I'm still scratching my head on this one! NOT even going to try to explain how to play this game. If you don't mind a Chain type Match 3 game, try Cradle of Persia instead. Even if it seems confusing, get past a few levels and you will be a pro! The storyline was fairly interesting but the game itself is "meh" at best. Objects you need to find are located in the top right corner shown 1 at a time. I like match three games and this one with the story line will be right up with the best of them. Beautiful and colouring screen. This game is not for me. Rated 5 out of 5 by mrm from Wow! It's definately a different kind of match 3 game. I easily passed 15 levels during the free hour demo.

If you go to the page that shows you all of the pretty pictures, it vaguely tells you that you receive a special bonus, Treasures of Persia you're on your own to figure out what they do, or how Persla use them. Then the story then does a complete Pesria where I think the story is leading, to a young Persian couple, excited about Perxia upcoming marriage, until daddy steps in to demand that his daughter's fiance, bring him True Detective Solitaire 2 legendary sword, as written in the scriptures, or he will not allow him to marry his daughter!. If so, unfortunately, NOT a buy for me. Turns out the first 2 objects are actually jewels that don't match the silhouetted shapes whatsoever! And, normally I would BUT the game description page says Treasures of Persia are 20 levels per game mode. It's definately a different kind of match 3 game. I might also add that the music has nothing to do with Persia, what, what? I have to searche the things by shadows. You have to try to put the stones in the right places so you Tresures go on, if not you get stucked. But no where good as the ones where you build a city.


The music is not original to this game as I have heard it in other games all though it is soothing and does not get irritating. Don't busy yourself too much with remembering what the bonus blocks do, you'll get a reminder right before the level it shows up on. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by amminnc from Game needs many improvements There are no instructions. Rated 5 out of 5 by mrm from Wow! When playing upper right hand corner tracks progress. Two I have found. Beautiful and colouring screen. All I had to do was earn "x" number of points to pass the level. Your reward? Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by rockie29 from could be better I just thought this game could have been better. Overall, it just didn't excite me. It's definately a different kind of match 3 game. You have to try to put the stones in the right places so you can go on, if not you get stucked. I recommend playing the demo before deciding to purchase this game.

8 thoughts on “Treasures of Persia

  1. So, if I was playing 'arcade' mode that means there are only 20 levels. Let's back up a bit. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by amminnc from Game needs many improvements There are no instructions. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by boptab from Not for everyone! I DO, however, recommend this a definite try it for everyone!

  2. I finished the first level, with 5 remaining moves, and I earned nearly points, the level goal was to earn a mere points. So, if I was playing 'arcade' mode that means there are only 20 levels. After completing the level goals, I have to wait an eternity for all of the bonuses to do their bonus thingy, before my score is finally totaled, isn't it bad enough that I have to wait after every match I make before matching again?

  3. Don't busy yourself too much with remembering what the bonus blocks do, you'll get a reminder right before the level it shows up on. If so, unfortunately, NOT a buy for me. This developer has a lot of work to do to get me to buy a game. I recommend this game. At least I never found any.

  4. I like match three games and this one with the story line will be right up with the best of them. I finished the first level, with 5 remaining moves, and I earned nearly points, the level goal was to earn a mere points. And, normally I would BUT the game description page says there are 20 levels per game mode.

  5. I played arcade mode and it was so relaxing. And, normally I would BUT the game description page says there are 20 levels per game mode. It needed a little more punch to it.

  6. Not very exciting. I have to searche the things by shadows. Things aren't looking good by this point, but I proceed with caution, only to discover that this is a Limited Moves type Match 3, my least favorite kind.

  7. There is little explanation of what to do- no power-ups. And, normally I would BUT the game description page says there are 20 levels per game mode. But, just to replay one game mode over and over for drive my OCD personality nuts. There are no Power-ups available to use on stubborn tiles either. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by ColoNative from Just Not a Good Game First, it was slow and there was no indicator as to whether the screen was frozen or something was going on.

  8. Happy Gaming! It needed a little more punch to it. On one level the board is fairly large with large tiles, the next level the board itself is larger and includes twice as many tiles, that have suddenly shrunk in size. There is little explanation of what to do- no power-ups. Not very exciting.

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