Bato: Treasures of Tibet

Bullet
  • Gripping gameplay
  • Awesome power ups
  • Find the hidden treasures!
Min System request
  • OS : Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU : 1.0 GHz
  • Memory : 256
  • DiretX : 8.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 29

Review for game Bato: Treasures of Tibet

Help the young master of an ancient Tibetan game hunt for amazing treasures in Bato: Treasures of Tibet. Search out and make stones of the same color collide to clear the entire game board and continue your awesome journey! Meet curious characters as you partake in an awesome adventure full of Match 3 fun. Master the incredible power ups to make it to the end of your travels and accumulate treasures!



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Genre : Puzzle

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

Date release

May 11, 2010

Game Rank

2427 points

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A mix of pool table, marble popper and match 3
March 22, 2012

You have to hit a ball with another of the same color to make them go away. The difficulty increases: the more balls of the same color with a single shot you hit, more points you make. Sometimes when you destroy balls, but less than it should, others emerge on board. You can play timed or untimed. Good graphics, colorful, good sound. Nice entertainment. Great for billiards lovers.

Good game by Cave Quest people
December 13, 2012

I haven't been able to stop playing this! It's an odd variation on billiards (with additions) but much more interesting to me. It gets harder and harder. I can tell that this is one I'll be playing for a long time, both to relax and to challenge myself.

If you like pool or Peggle try this one.
June 3, 2012

Hit balls with one of the same color by aiming straight or banking off sides or other balls to clear the table. If you are not aggressive enough (take too many staight shots, etc) more balls appear on the board. I don't like the in depth story games, but this one is to the point and entertaining.

really unique
January 15, 2013

So this game was the most unique game I have ever played. its like a pool game with little stones, you have to move the stoes so they hit each other of the same color. I loved the level of challenge in this game, and I found the music nice too. the story itself got a little longwinded at times but luckily you skip it to keep playing it. I'm still playing the last level which is crazy difficult.... but in a good way.

Relaxing, challening reverse marble popper strategy game
December 24, 2011

Bato: Treasures of Tibet is actually a kind of reverse marble popper strategy game rather than a match 3 game, sort of like pool or billiards. It starts off easy to learn how to play and navigate, then gets progressively harder. There's an interesting storyline that walks you though the levels to keep it engaging. The sound and graphics are nice, lots of little surprises pop up in the way of challenges and rewards. If you're seeking something relaxing and a little different, you'll enjoy this Bato!

Taiyo
April 23, 2013

I love this game, very challenging, but fun to play. Graphics are great and obstacles get more difficult with each level. Takes a lot of patience and concentration, since if you're not careful and start getting too confident, you'll inevitably get a "defeat" and have to start a level all over again -- frustrating. But if you like playing pool, even if you're not good at it, this is the game for you.

This is very likely the biggest load of rubbish I have played in a long time!
October 12, 2013

Now how can I put this........ The gameplay is exceedingly slow and exceedingly tedious! The music is exceedingly annoying! The challenge level is one not because it is so easy to play, it's not, it gets one because you have to drag yourself mentally to play this rubbish and anything you don't want to play has no challenge to you so therefore the challenge level is one. The storyline is........ Well, I'm not actually sure what the storyline is. The game was so boring I couldn't be bothered following the storyline as that would have only added to the drabness of the game. This really is one best avoided at all costs!

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