Button Tales reviews

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Microsoft from French
Little match 3 game, which I thought will not raise much interest in me, yet one as there are so many others, repetitive to wishes and boring... WELL NO!!! I don't like match 3 and I played it for 30 hours!!!!! (remove 5h because I sometimes let it pause to go to other occupations between two). The story is not the primordial thing in this kind of game, but good to make short your city of "buttonlands" was wiped out by I no longer know what event... So you have to earn money through match 3 to rebuild it. https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?ID=1427437499 the peculiarity of this game, and what makes it interresting is that it is not enough to align the match 3 levels in levels. You will have certain objectives to accomplish such as destroying 40 raspberries, 28 wooden walls, 40 crosses in one level, to be done and according to your progress, powers-up (6 in total) will be very useful to you. https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1427437707 there are also sometimes rubies that will have to be dropped at the bottom of the screen, this phase is not always easy, and you will have to show patience and tactics to achieve it in mode " normal ". I also liked to cut the cobwebs with scissors... https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1436006741 two game modes are available to you so: "relaxed": you play cool quiet and the only big difficulty will be your degree of patience... "normal": the number of your movements will be limited, if you reach this limit you will have to start the painting again. There are in all 100 levels to go, plus bonus levels once the village is rebuilt, the difficulty is growing and sometimes involves making your gray matter work. Its other great peculiarity is that this game is double sided... This implies the possibility to play in 2 different ways by chained the "flips" and the "swaps": the "flips" consist of clicking on one of the buttons to change the face (on one side it is a yellow sewing button and if one clicks it will then become a STA Island for example), these flips are unlimited. The "swaps" are like in the regular 3 matches: we slide the buttons between them to swap them up. This game does not lack a challenge, and successes are a pleasure to pick up, the hardest being to perform a match 8 or more. There is a great replayability, I finished the game but I did not get 3 stars at each level. The music is quite nice, the graphics are simple, colorful and rather childish but this game is not directed only to the children, to the levels 70 your little brain starts to smoke, and it will take some time in the same table before getting to grips with it. At a price like this, this game is to be tested without any fear. If you liked this evaluation, come and discover other game styles by following my curation page