Age of Japan 2

  • Classic Match 3 gameplay.
  • Action-packed bonus levels.
  • Relaxing music.
  • Try more Match 3 action in Age of Japan
Min System request
  • OS : Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU : 600 Mhz
  • Memory : 128
  • DiretX : 6.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 32

Review for game Age of Japan 2

You are the tutor of the young Emperor, and you must not allow Japan to be destroyed! Travel throughout the land and carry out a mission to reunite the country. Treachery and deception will be your roadblocks. Classic Match 3 mechanics and relaxing music are blended together in order to bring you harmonious gameplay. Battle through bonus levels and bring this time of warring to an end!

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Genre : Puzzle

Find your A-HA! moment with mind-bending puzzles and jigsaw games.

Date release

December 6, 2007

Game Rank

3134 points

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Beautiful Artwork But Too Easy
January 23, 2013

I think my title says it all. I love the visual qualities; developer took some painstaking efforts resulting in some really beautiful pictures. The match 3 part was just too easy to keep my interest for long but I think it's still a worthwhile game to play.

April 24, 2013

Very typical M3. Power ups to be bought, timed game, ect. Nothing exciting to write home about. ( Yawn )

Magic of the East
March 25, 2012

Excellent match 3 game but have your wit's about you,speed is the thing. Very good story and fun fun fun

Nice but dated games
February 20, 2012

This is one of my favorite games I have to admit it's a bit dated now. The story line is there, about a Samurai warring another Feudal Lord, but rather listless. The sounds are cool but the challenges are rather mild except for about 3 levels. It is rather short as well and it is pure Match 3.

No thank you
August 18, 2013

The objects were just too small to play comfortably. I wouldn't buy it ever.

Now THIS is the Better Game!
May 30, 2012

Age 2 is everything that the first version was missing. While it doesn't offer the 3 modes of play: Easy, Medium and Hard, it does have the tips and tutorials missing in the first game, which make playing so much more enjoyable. Hint: Read the HELP section at the beginning, before starting play. It does have both the puzzle and arcade versions. In the Arcade mode you have your typical locks and double locks, along with changing board configuration, making play more challenging. In the Puzzle mode you strive to acquire a designated number of certain tiles. In both modes you gain points to buy power-ups, which are plentiful and well explained. In the Bonus play, you have to get your puzzle pieces to the bottom of the board to win the round and earn more points. The storyline is a bit weak, but it's inconsequential to the game play! This one is fun! fun! fun!

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