Destiny Architect

  • Unusual building mechanics.
  • Deep non-linear story.
  • Great graphics and sound.
Min System request
  • OS : Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7
  • CPU : 600 Mhz
  • Memory : 128
  • DiretX : 6.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 24

Review for game: Destiny Architect

After being shunned by her friends and family, a young girl is swept away to the Magic Academy where she learns to control her mysterious magical abilities. Join her on an epic quest to build up structures using magical blocks and logical reasoning. With more than 80 engrossing levels and four different story endings, this game is sure to delight players of all ages.


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Genre : Puzzle

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

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Destiny Architect
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Ages: 3 YEARS & UP

Game Description:

Help a young magician fullfill her destiny by building up structures using magical blocks and logic.

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I love this game

This game has a great story line & music. Fun to play.

Not A Mindless Tetris Game

I fell in love with this game many years ago when it was new and love it even more now that it is impossible to find inlay games. This is a thinking person's game as opposed to Tetris, which is more of a keep your speed up game. As for the person who said you are forced to mess up, all you have to do is exit and restart the level to get perfect on the level. The game has a small star that will appear on the "playing field" that, if you place a game piece on said star, you are shown where to place several upcoming pieces. If you like games that make you think, then give this one a try!

Tetris With No Controls

I'm a big fan of Tetris-style games, but this one is just...yikes. Just like with basic Tetris, you're given blocks in various shapes to put into a grid formation to build pillars, buildings and the like. Here's the catch - you can't rotate the pieces! You can only move them left or right and then drop them onto the shape you're trying to build. Unfortunately, this leaves the player forced to constantly mess up the formation no matter how well they may have been doing on any particular level. On some levels you can still progress, others you may as well just keep starting it over in the hopes that it cooperates and gives you all the right pieces in the right order. The storyline was interesting and made for a fun game premise, but was very hard to read due to a poor English translation. Hopefully, the other languages have an easier time with that. All in all, the game is just way too frustrating to be any fun...odd for a game from Meridian93. This developer usually does considerably better than this. Perhaps if an update is issued that has a few more controls it would be worth it, but as it is I can't recommend it even to Tetris fans who want an incredibly hard challenge.

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