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Explore the kingdom of Silverdale in this innovative new match-3 adventure that pairs the classic matching with exploration and discovery, item collection, quests, town building, and more! Traverse HUGE environments, collect resources, overcome obstacles, and upgrade the town of Rivermoor.

Runefall is unlike any match-3 you've played. With every match you make, the camera moves in the direction of your match, allowing you to travel in all directions and explore the massive levels. Match over sand, grass, and dirt tiles to clear them and discover hidden items like keys to unlock treasure chests, unique quest items, or items to help you get past environmental obstacles like rivers, cliffs, and overgrown vines. Match shield pieces to fill your jump meter and use the mini-map to immediately jump to anywhere in the environment. Match gold, wood, and stone pieces to collect those resources and use them to upgrade the town of Rivermoor. Every town upgrade rewards you with bonuses like new power-ups and abilities.

Meet all the townsfolk of Rivermoor who have stories to tell, like Hadrick, Winifred, and Caius. Take quests from them and help them gather the needed materials for their monthly tribute to send to the king.
Release date
GC Games
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Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7/Vista or above
  • Processor: 1.6+GHz Processor
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 130 MB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Watch the credits
Collect 50,000 of each resource
Good Morning!
Clear 40 pieces with a single morningstar
Pick 15 treasure chest locks
He Hates These Tiles!
Clear 20 sand/dirt/grass tiles in a single move
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Runefall reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from French
Product received for free magnificent match 3 the story is rather nice, personally I do not give a fuck this is not what interests me as kind of story but it is very well "conter" narrater and the translations are very good match 3 in itself e St excellent, there are few "Rune" gems on the maps but the most interesting is to have to explore maps by exploding gems to be able to navigate in the chosen direction; Several small games are hidden on the map allowing to enter other areas where to earn objects allowing to accomplish secondary quests creating a village and upgrading buildings to unlock bonuses used to make combos on the gems this search for originality is perfectly successful the game is not too repetitive and its atmosphere is rather not bad, type middle-age and as for the story it is not my thing but the music is really nice, this game is really fun to play Here are all a combination style that brings something unique to this game and makes it a match 3 that deserves its place among the best that one can find on steam if you liked this kind of game or if you want to discover I invite you to come and throw eye da NS my group steam curator senigaming match 3 http://store.steampowered.com/curator/31939813-SeniGaming-match-3/
Translated by
Microsoft from French
Runefall is one of those games that at the base are part of my wishlist but without more... foul to a game "jacket" that had not really caught my attention... And yet, Runefall, after playing and finishing this one, is a real favorite. Graphically, to begin with, it offers decorations and a pallet of colors give a "tale" side to its history. The dubbing of the characters is of very good quality and many similar games should take example on this point... The same is true for the soundtrack which is really adapted. The story itself offers a main frame and several side quests... So yes, it does not have hundreds but the few that are present offers a quality complement and demonstrates a real work of the developers on their game. The gameplay of match 3 is very well researched as well as the bonuses that will be unlocked as the city rebuilds. Moreover, whether it is done in Chrono mode to increase the difficulty or in the relaxation mode, there is always a challenge that is worthwhile... If we add to this, variants such as the picking of certain chests, the search for objects in the level to unblock certain routes or solve enigmas, we have in the end a game that is rich, beautiful and long to do... And this is the only game I've played up to this day that offers such a variety of gameplay.
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