Akhra: The Treasures

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  • 9 unique mini-games
  • Find the powerful artifacts!
  • Get the highest rank to become the greatest inventor!
Min System request
  • OS : Windows XP/Vista/8
  • CPU : 1.0 GHz
  • Memory : 512
  • DiretX : 9.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 78

Review for game Akhra: The Treasures

Go on a journey into the fantastic world of Akhra! Construct and use the ancient, powerful artifacts in order to find all of the hidden treasures. Earn powerful skills you can use to solve the puzzles. Enjoy the peaceful music and relaxing atmosphere in this Match 3 game.

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Genre : Arcade & Action

Test your hand and eye skills with quick action and challenging levels.

Date release

March 1, 2011

Game Rank

2874 points

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Best game for fans of bonuses
March 17, 2012

Great game, I can't stop playing! Such a number of different bonuses! I love bonuses and tasks to get them. Upgrading bonuses is breathtaking for me. When I got the ?Scepter of Haste?, it was really exciting. Nice graphics, but music is not ideal. So 4 in "Visual/Sound Quality". "Level of Challenge" is great. But if becomes too hard you can switch to easy mode any time. As for "Storyline". Its not a book, but lots of humor and interesting facts makes the game impressive.

Fantastic Match 3 game
April 18, 2012

Akhra is my favorite Match 3 game on BFG, and I own about 2 dozen of them. Great features: ** There are over 100 levels to the game. I personally love games that make me work to get to the end. If I like the game experience, I want to spend hours and hours playing to the finish. ** There are 4 types of matching formats used in the game (drag-the-row or-column to line up the match, swap, create chains, and rotate a group of 4), and 2 types of finished forms (standard lines of 3 or more, or groups (think Tetris shapes)). The only con for the whole game, if you care about this, is that you don't get to choose which you do for each level, the game presets it. I don't like making chains, so luckily for me, it's the least commonly used format. ** You collect "resources" in the form of different types of elements, which you then use to manufacture your game power-ups. You can collect these resources by playing the main game, or by playing mini-games you unlock, or by going into a cavern and mining the elements, or by re-playing past levels. ** You earn bonuses that automatically activate during play, also using the resources you collect to construct and upgrade them. ** The music is annoying, but the visuals are stunning, and the game sound effects are awesome, which is why I'm giving that sub-category 5 stars. ** The storyline is interesting enough to read through if you care about that kind of thing, but skippable if you don't. ** You can play on relaxed mode (my preferred way to play) and puposely drag out completing a level so you can maximize resource collection (or to drag out the matching. Again, my preferred way to play). Or you can play on timed mode and speed your way through. ** There's a Statistics page that keeps a running count of the different kinds of things you've done in the game (Resources collected, power-ups used, etc). I have been playing the current game for over 15 hours and I'm only on level 89 out of 105. Since I like the lo

HORRIBLE! What did I miss that others didn't?
June 4, 2013

Very very detailed but I have always liked detail. I played this because of all the great reviews but I hated it. It was not explained well and there were far too many details and steps involved. It is the FIRST time I have ever played a game where I felt confused and, well, plain stupid. If you play this, I hope you like it better than I do!!!

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