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Azkend 2: The World Beneath

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Step aboard a fantastic adventure! Azkend 2: The World Beneath combines amazing art and ultra polished match-3 gameplay into a captivating experience. Click and drag with your mouse to match tiles and activate powerups. Unravel the exciting story and discover some of the most astonishing worlds ever imagined as you progress through the game!


Azkend 2: The World Beneath is a well polished match-3 game with "connect the tiles" mechanic. The game features many different and exciting level types with unique challenges. There are nearly twenty unique powerups to unlock and choose wisely for each level to hasten your journey!



Azkend 2: The World Beneath features beautiful location art to immerse you into the wonderful underground world. The amazing vistas are dynamic and change as you make your way back towards civilization. Gameboard tiles are carefully handpainted and topped up with pretty particle effects.



The story, drawing inspiration from Jules Verne, is told with gorgeous full screen animated scenes and professional voiceover. The story is filled with adventure and wonder in a way that is both exhilarating and relaxing.



  • Amazing hand drawn and animated location art
  • Super-polished match-3 gameplay with original twists
  • Engaging adventure story with full voiceovers
  • Three game modes; Adventure, Time and Medals
  • Cinematic soundtrack by Jonathan Geer
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Developer
10tons Ltd
Publisher
10tons Ltd, 10tons
Age rating
Not rated
Website
http://www.10tons.com/Game/azkend2.html

System requirements for Android

2.3.3 and up

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10
  • Processor: 1 Ghz
  • Memory: 256 MB RAM
  • DirectX: Version 8.0
  • Storage: 211 MB available space
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Last Modified: Oct 22, 2019

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Compass Master
Included four compass pieces in one match.
33.33%
Match 16
Created a match of 16 or more items.
100.00%
Match Ten
Created a match of ten items.
0.00%
Bug Stomper
Squished five bugs with a single match.
0.00%
God of Thunder
Created a ball lightning with every move during one level.
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Azkend 2: The World Beneath reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
Actually, a really good Game. It's such a cosy Knobelding, where you can click on some matching stones. This is all packed into an ongoing Story line and graphically really well done. Although I am not normally the Type for such Games, I still liked it, and I would recommend it if it wasn't for an incredibly annoying thing: There is the Special Skill that charges over time and then automatically "shoots away" stones. These are Flashes sizzling all over the Pitch, cleaning up so crackling. I don't understand what the Developers thought, this constant Flashy of lightning is extremely annoying! The Noise is totally annoying and then something flickers around, which literally interns you in between. I was so bothered by this Feature that this is why the Game became unplayable for me after a short Time!
Translated by
Microsoft from Russian
Another Variation on the compilation of chains and the search for items And as usual, the next heroine got into a remake and courageously, with the help of the player, from this alteration is chosen. And for these games already peculiar good drawing, but quite banal filling. Moreover, the design is quite melkovato in some elements and quite large in others. All stages are limited by time and relax here do not give. The Plot is just extremely slow, but it can be understood-you need to invent an excuse for a large number of levels. So, collect the details on the particles, search for key points and collect the chains in the standard game in a row. There is no Special intellectual strain. The Usual office clique. The game is completely in English and for Russian-speaking office plankton the text will be skipped rather than read. I Do not recommend because of the rather poor filling of the game, constantly repeating gameplay and the lack of Russian translation. But There are cloud saving, achievements and cards.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Azkend 2: The World Beneath is, in my Opinion, the Best Match-3 Game available on Steam, alongside Bejeweled 3. The Goal-as in any Match-3 Game-is always to create a Chain of at least 3 equal hexagonal Stones per Turn. If you think carefully, and use the Power-Ups that will be available later, you can easily climb 20-Fold chains. In each Sub-level, you play free Parts of a new Power-Up, which is completed at the End and can then be used in The Following level. For example, you play a Compass free with which you can even combine different Types of stones. In addition, there is a Hidden Object To be solved at the End of each Level for a Change. The Graphics are elaborate Full HD (1920x1080) and really nice and colorful to look at. The musical Accompaniment is Also very catchy and fits perfectly with the Game. The Achievements in the Game are really very hard to get hold of, 100% is almost impossible in my Opinion. I only have an Achievement after an Hour and I'm not normally as bad as that. On Top there are even trading Cards. I can absolutely recommend this entertaining Game, but those who are smart should perhaps wait for it to appear in a Bundle instead of just under €8 to pay.
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