Age of Japan

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  • 40 levels.
  • 3 difficulty settings.
  • 2 gameplay modes.
  • Continue the adventure in Age of Japan 2
Min System request
  • OS : Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU : 600 Mhz
  • Memory : 128
  • DiretX : 6.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 11

Review for game: Age of Japan

Enjoy the wonderful Japanese-style graphics in this fun matching puzzler. You can clear the board at your own pace, or race against the clock. Align three or more matching game pieces to make them disappear, and keep and eye out for multiplier bonuses that appear. Get lost in the Age of Japan!



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Age of Japan
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REQUIRES Windows/MacOS

USD 6.99 0 from 1 sellers In stock
Ages: 3 YEARS & UP

Game Description:

Clear the board by swapping game pieces around to line up three or more matches in a row and make them disappear.


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This Could Have Been A GREAT Game!

Upon opening the game I was impressed by the three levels of play offered: Easy, Medium or Hard. Then I was captivated as the first game board appeared among a beautiful Japanese backdrop with eclectic music. The icons were appropriate, vivid and colorful, but the biggest drawback to this game is that there are no tips or tutorials after the opening move! If you are an avid match 3 player, you may figure it out as you go along, but it is frustrating. If your timer runs out, your cursor changes to a broom, which you use to ?sweep away? an icon, to help in aligning a match; however, your swap 3 cursor no longer works. You are best to abort the level and start it over. During play, you collect ?brooms? by matching bonus icons. You CAN use the broom during timed play, which is helpful when you have an odd tile to capture. There are the usual locks, double-locks, tiles and double-tiles to conquer, and when you have a board without any of these, your goal is to match as many bonus icons and make as many long matches as possible to gain additional brooms. There is no storyline other than the background, music and icons are all Japanese. With some tutorials added, this game would be GREAT! But unless you are an expert M3 player, I would not recommend it. I'm hoping that the next game will address these issues.

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