Druids - Battle of Magic

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  • Four special power-ups.
  • Two gameplay modes.
  • More than 110 arduous levels.
  • Achievements and wide screen support.
  • Sublime graphics, mystic storyline.
Min System request
  • OS : Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU : 600 Mhz
  • Memory : 128
  • DiretX : 6.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 59

Review for game Druids - Battle of Magic

The recipes to the secret potions that maintain peace and harmony throughout the land are contained within the Book of the Druids. The book was stolen and four ancient druids set off toward the Dark Castle to seek the valuable tome and restore peace to the land. Assist them in their quest by matching three or more Symbols of Power to fill up their magic reserves and unleash their enchantments. They are counting on you to return what is rightfully theirs and stop evil from possessing this ultimate power!



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Genre : Puzzle

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Date release

May 23, 2006

Game Rank

1794 points

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A Fun Match 3!
May 17, 2012

I got through level 15 of 110 on the trial, and found this game to be a very fun, swap-style M3. The music is mystic, the color and graphics and vivid and bright! The game boards change shape as you progress, making matching more challenging, as well as numerous blocks being placed on specific cells. Up to level 15 the storyline doesn't weave into the game - it's just M3 boards. By matching different icons they charge up your 'mana' (power-ups) in four different categories that allow you to smash groups of cells in different configurations. You can play timed or relaxed. The only drawback I see in this game is that, in the timed mode, there is no timer displayed, but you do get a 30 second warning screen, which allows you plenty of time to use your power-ups in the 'tough' areas. Hint: use your power-ups in the difficult areas as soon as they are charged, and they begin re-charging right away. All in all, a fun and colorful M3!

Classic Match 3
January 15, 2013

Help the druids to find their amazing book! Very nice game, good graphics, beautiful music - seems Celtic, an VO in the beginning cutscene. Two challenging levels: casual (and untimed infinite lives) and expert (timed and 5 lives). 9 achievements, 110 boards (As you progress, it becomes more difficult). As you score, you earn 4 powers that will help to destroy tiles (only 1, vertical or horizontal line or a group of six). The game itself is not very challenging, but provides good entertainment, despite being a classic Match 3. Is a game like so many others, but I really like match 3 then I had fun! I recommend at least the free trial.

match 3
March 22, 2013

Well after just now playing 20 levels I feel a little disappointed. I read the reviews before I decided to try it out anyways but it is like most people said a little on the boring side. I personally had a problem with the visual aspect of this. You could not see where all the blocks that are supposed to be uncovered were . I loved the sound and the way it was playing. And I loved the idea that there are lots of levels in the timed mode. But I am not going to buy it because it is not challenging enough to be a fun game for me.

OK M3 Nothing Different
January 22, 2013

Typical M3. Not much of a challenge. Relaxing. Played the demo but not interesting enough to buy. Like the sound effects.

Really boring
March 24, 2013

Boring, not challenging at all. It just doesn't go anywhere.

Tranquil Battle of Magic
June 10, 2012

Druids boasts large M3 boards, New Age-like background music, and animated elements to match in order to free the entrapped denizens of this magical world. There are various impediments to clearing each board?at my present level, 20, there are metal and wooden tiles that need more than one match to destroy, and the beings trapped within might descend while still trapped, creating an obstacle in the new space it occupies. Some obstacles render the tile impervious to the player?s clicks and must be cleared by making nearby matches or by using the elemental power-ups. I play in untimed mode, so there?s no rush to clear the board, but sometimes it?s hard to see what kind of being is in the prison to match it to others of its kind because the prisons distort the being within. I don?t imagine that the story is particularly gripping since I cannot recall any of it, but I don?t generally play games of this type for the plot. Each of these boards takes a while to clear because the boards are so large and have so many impediments to clearing. How anyone plays this game timed is a mystery to me (smile).

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