Duskless: The Clockwork Army

Rise up against robot troops that are crushing the kingdom you love in this thrilling match-three steampunk adventure! Follow the story of Hiro, chief inventor of Etherpoint City, as he devises the means to protect his home from the destructive machines of Professor Bazel. Can you stop the onslaught and restore Etherpoint City to its former glory?

Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Quickie from Duskless Muddle While I might have enjoyed this game, the cursor movement was so jumpy and slow that I have no real desire to buy it. Different bonuses are also available to players, which are charged if you collect three in a row certain items, each time different. I probably would buy it except the match 3 is so frustrating to try to play. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by jkuci from Interesting story and great graphics The game play was a bit sticky on my computer HP but it was otherwise quite fun. For all the others, a mode with time is suitable. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by cyndrap from Interesting but not for me I usually like steam punk themed games. But I decided not to let that one glaring irritation deter me from an otherwise good game that I enjoy playing. After the tutorial was over some of the levels became quite challenging to complete with all 3 Stars because of the grid configurations which were well thought out strategically. I always play timed and the game had enough challenge so that you feel a bit happy about getting over a level. Date published: I also like the different things that have to get to the bottom also. The match three is basic and standard play, after the first 5 or ore levels it becomes more challenging.

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How to play Duskless: The Clockwork Army Game The main characters, levels and map, as well as all sorts of bonuses are made in Steampunk style. Give the demo Dkskless: try to see if you like it, but don't give up too soon, after the first few levels it does become more challenging. I already purchased this game and will, of course, play it to the end. For all the others, a mode with time is suitable. This one, not so much. Date published: However I don't like having a blinking square to tell me where a move Gods vs Humans I can clearly see for myself an I thought the curser was a bit washy, Give it a try for you self but its not for me. The graphics are terrific. I would also have appreciated a bit more information on Duskless: The Clockwork Army like the value of match-ups. The annoying spiders are back but I am ready for them. Zumas Revenge always brings another layer to the game! Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by cyndrap Cockwork Interesting but not for me I usually like steam punk themed games. The tasks in the game are also typical for three-in-a-row: you need to collect items, break tiles, lower various quest things to the bottom of the playing field and the like. But I decided not to let that one glaring irritation deter me from an otherwise good game that I enjoy playing. I love the weird city I am building.

Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Midnightshade from Nothing like being told where the moves are The game was ok. The game play is stilted. One or two of the characters sound fine, but the bad ones make me want to turn the sound off. It sounds like they use just a few people to voice multiple characters. Nothing that a player could not cope with at least once playing a similar game. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by cyndrap from Interesting but not for me I usually like steam punk themed games. The voices are familiar from other games. This is a swap type, Match 3 game that requires you swap two adjacent elements to create a group of at least three tiles. You can purchase upgrades to rebuild the city after gathering enough resources a star will alert you that you have met the requirements and you must purchase all four upgrades to complete the chapter and open up the next Chapter's levels. You don't earn Power-ups for making Large Matches, however, every match you make fills the Energy Orb which charges and allows you to use Bonuses such as a Hammer which removes a single tile or chain, an Energy Capsule to absorb a small group of tiles or chains, a Magnet that collects all tiles of the same kind, a Lightning Gun that clears an entire Horizontal Line including chained tiles, a Handheld Generator that clears an entire Vertical line including chains, or a Bomb which clears a large group of tiles and any chains on them. If you like it, please buy the full version. Please share to your friends: Related articles. Otherwise, I would have loved this game, but if you own any of the Match 3 games by e-FunSoft, there's no real change other than the graphics and the storyline. Because of the sticky play I will wait to buy it when there is a sale.

I also like the different things that have to get to the bottom also. I would also have appreciated a bit more information on items like the value of match-ups. The music is repetitive and the characters voices and story is just strange and [to me at least] irritating. You can purchase upgrades to rebuild the city after gathering enough resources a star will alert you that you have met the requirements and you must purchase all four upgrades to complete the chapter and open up the next Chapter's levels. To this end, he secretly manufactured an entire army of mechanical soldiers and suddenly struck a blow, destroying half the town and capturing Cursed House 2 royal palace. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Quickie from Duskless Muddle While I might have enjoyed this game, the cursor movement was so jumpy and slow that I have no real desire to buy it. The match three is basic and standard play, after the first 5 or ore levels it becomes more Sparkle Unleashed.


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Duskless -- The Clockwork Army Game

There are the normal obstructions as found in most Match 3 games of chained tiles, double chained tiles, Spiders that spin webs to lock tiles if you don't make matches under them quickly enough, but nothing unusual or different than most Match 3 games. I like everything about how the game is set up, but it has some of the worst voice overs ever. Rated 5 out of 5 by raydog from I am enjoying this game! But I decided not to let that one glaring irritation deter me from an otherwise good game that I enjoy playing. I was rather annoyed by the voiceovers and the constant pop-ups congratulating me for making matches of 4 or more, which actually kept me from making consecutive matches quickly if the pop-up occurred in the area I was trying to make matches at. For all the others, a mode with time is suitable. To this end, he secretly manufactured an entire army of mechanical soldiers and suddenly struck a blow, destroying half the town and capturing the royal palace. Here, the inventors are universally respected and treated kindly by the ruler of the city, King William. The match three is basic and standard play, after the first 5 or ore levels it becomes more challenging. Visuals are beautiful, but not enough to overlook the choppiness of the cursor. And now only Hiro and his inventions can help the king to stop Basel and restore the former splendor of the Heights. Actually the cursor looked and felt very 's. Gameplay — typical for games of this kind.

I love the weird city I am building. The graphics are terrific. You have a playing field on which various items are placed. But I decided not to let that one glaring irritation deter me from an otherwise good game that I enjoy playing. If you like it, please buy the full version. However, some people had little honor and respect: the former court inventor, Professor Basel, who lost his place thanks to the talented young man Hiro, decided to take revenge. They are so phony sounding for the most part. Great graphic and atmosphere Great story telling Cons. This one, not so much. The annoying spiders are back but I am ready for them. The voices are familiar from other games. I liked the challenge this game has and it was fun to play, however, I'm not seeing anything different than all other e-FunSoft Match 3 games, even the level grids seem familiar. The goal of each level is to make matches over all of the Brown filled-in Cells as well as matching a specified number of specific Tiles, some levels also require you to collect Energy Orbs by dropping them to the bottom of the board. Because of the sticky play I will wait to buy it when there is a sale. And now only Hiro and his inventions can help the king to stop Basel and restore the former splendor of the Heights.

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  1. I love a match 3 and have played Clearit 4 enough times to make my head hurt. Here, the inventors are universally respected and treated kindly by the ruler of the city, King William. I really liked the storyline and graphics - very steampunk like Pennmom said.

  2. Because of the sticky play I will wait to buy it when there is a sale. This is a swap type, Match 3 game that requires you swap two adjacent elements to create a group of at least three tiles. Well, for completely inexperienced users, there is a simple passing mode, when there is no time limit at all.

  3. This was a not buy for me. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by jkuci from Interesting story and great graphics The game play was a bit sticky on my computer HP but it was otherwise quite fun. Lined lines burn, and the items above these rows fall into place of the burned ones. The game is divided into five chapters, in each there are several improvements for the city, and after the next one is purchased, the picture on the screen saver changes: fires stop, destruction and debris are dismantled. I wasn't going to write a review on this game, but when another reviewer mentioned the voice overs, I decided to support that observation.

  4. I like the game play, the story, the power up options. I bought it. To this end, he secretly manufactured an entire army of mechanical soldiers and suddenly struck a blow, destroying half the town and capturing the royal palace. Its my favorite swap M3 and has a timed and untimed option. I was rather annoyed by the voiceovers and the constant pop-ups congratulating me for making matches of 4 or more, which actually kept me from making consecutive matches quickly if the pop-up occurred in the area I was trying to make matches at.

  5. To this end, he secretly manufactured an entire army of mechanical soldiers and suddenly struck a blow, destroying half the town and capturing the royal palace. I bought it. I probably would buy it except the match 3 is so frustrating to try to play.

  6. I wasn't going to write a review on this game, but when another reviewer mentioned the voice overs, I decided to support that observation. The annoying spiders are back but I am ready for them. Gameplay — typical for games of this kind.

  7. However, some people had little honor and respect: the former court inventor, Professor Basel, who lost his place thanks to the talented young man Hiro, decided to take revenge. There are the normal obstructions as found in most Match 3 games of chained tiles, double chained tiles, Spiders that spin webs to lock tiles if you don't make matches under them quickly enough, but nothing unusual or different than most Match 3 games. Gameplay — typical for games of this kind. After the tutorial was over some of the levels became quite challenging to complete with all 3 Stars because of the grid configurations which were well thought out strategically.

  8. You can purchase upgrades to rebuild the city after gathering enough resources a star will alert you that you have met the requirements and you must purchase all four upgrades to complete the chapter and open up the next Chapter's levels. The graphics are terrific. I wasn't going to write a review on this game, but when another reviewer mentioned the voice overs, I decided to support that observation. I like the game play, the story, the power up options. Date published:

  9. The music is repetitive and the characters voices and story is just strange and [to me at least] irritating. The annoying spiders are back but I am ready for them. The story was a steampunk version of many other "evil inventor wants revenge" tales, but I liked it. However, some people had little honor and respect: the former court inventor, Professor Basel, who lost his place thanks to the talented young man Hiro, decided to take revenge. You can purchase upgrades to rebuild the city after gathering enough resources a star will alert you that you have met the requirements and you must purchase all four upgrades to complete the chapter and open up the next Chapter's levels.

  10. Because of the sticky play I will wait to buy it when there is a sale. You can purchase upgrades to rebuild the city after gathering enough resources a star will alert you that you have met the requirements and you must purchase all four upgrades to complete the chapter and open up the next Chapter's levels. The match three is basic and standard play, after the first 5 or ore levels it becomes more challenging. The tutorial was so invasive I stopped the game started over and turned off the tutorial. The voices and graphics were pretty good, but the music was annoying.

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