Summary: Heroes of Hellas 2 and 3 both have building a city as part of the game. The points you earn on the match 3 you use to buy buildings. That's why this is 4 stars. First Heroes is just match 3 with more complexity as you go. That I gave 5 stars.
Summary: These games for a few dollars are so much better a value than the $60.00 games as a rule. This one I was skeptical about but like match 3 games a lot, but played the demo and it was good so I bought the full version. I love it. It's a long, long game and you don't have to be a genius to figure it out and win. Both timed and no-timed modes. Plenty of blowing things up and some strategy of course along with some not so hard puzzles. All in all...for the money..
Summary: This game finds you in ancient Greece, working to build the city of Athens as it is assaulted by various foes, including gods and monsters. The core of the game is match-3, as you make chains of same-color tiles to clear boards. You'll have to break blocks and chains, get rid of rocks, etc. This is pretty much standard match-3 fare, but there are lots of levels, so you get quite a bit for your money.
Summary: DISCLAIMER: I only played the free trial. I played the the first two editions of the game and loved them, so I couldn't wait to try out this new sequel. If you are familiar with the others, then you will recognize the main elements of this game. The city of Athens has been destroyed by raining fireballs and reduced the sacred tree of Athena to little more than a stump. It will be up to you to rebuild the city, figure out who the culprit is and stop him/her.