Reviews and Problems with 7 Wonders: Treasures of Seven
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Fun and relaxing matching game.
R. J. Sand, Amazon
21 December 2013
Summary: Not much to say here. I enjoyed this game. I would probably play it again. I will definitely play the two sequels. It's a simple block matching game with a few unique features. You can rotate the board 90 degrees at a time as often as you want in either direction to control how the blocks fall. There are some decent boosters that can clear out an entire row or column. Once you clear the the board, a special block appears and an exit slot appears.
Summary: The game just all of the sudden froze, then there was a notification that the game was not compatible or there was a system error and the computer basically had to be shut down and restated to get out of that notification screen. Just not worth the trouble.
Summary: Matching rune puzzle game is what it's about. I can't say that the sound track is remarkable to listen to or the graphics are stunning. It's game play is solid but somewhat repetitive. The power-ups to match multiple runes can be found in other games, i.e. clear a row, explode the runes around you, etc.. The challenge comes after you complete board by trying to your compass aligned by Matching rune puzzle game is what it's about.
Summary: This is a great game--keeps me playing hours at a time so I can get to the end and start over. I only thing I don't like are the flashing lights in some of the levels. I suppose it is supposed to be lightening, but it really "bugs" me--also not good when my head is aching. However I continue to play because it is often a challange. If this is your type of game, try it--you'll like it.
Summary: This is a charming and relaxing gem-match type game with some variations which add to the fun. The premise is that you are helping to build some famous and historically relevant buildings. As you play, characters gather up stones and construct the buildings, either cheering or jeering you on as you go.