10 000 000
Third party DRM: SteamThis game requires a free Steam account to play.
10,000,000 is an award winning hybrid RPG/Action/Puzzle game. Matching tiles controls your character enabling you to explore, fight and loot.
When you are not facing monsters you will be back in your prison, constructing buildings and getting stronger for your next run.
Can you score 10000000 and earn your freedom?
Run the Dungeon
Kill monsters and find loot
Improve your gear and train skills
Find resources to improve your castle
Test your skill
More than 80 objectives to complete
Over 20 different monster types to fight
Find items and use them effectively
Fast paced action gameplay
Old school music
Excellent 8-bit style gameandrewbeechwood | May 31, 2013 | See all andrewbeechwood's reviews »
The word that describes this game - wow. It have the wow factor, something that could take your breath away. Graphics - pure 8-bit, I dig that, like that style. Gameplay is simply, you know what to do at first time. Music is fantastic, got that NESsy vibe. It's a puzzle game and i don't really like puzzle games, but all that things bought me. Great, Great, Great. Pure fun.
Cheap but Lots of Fun!fadillzzz | May 26, 2013 | See all fadillzzz's reviews »
I had no idea what kind of game I should expect when I was buying 10,000,000. The only reason I wanted to buy the game was because I had some friends who were talking about it and they were praising the game with joy.
The first impression that I got when I got to the tutorial stage was, "Wow, this looks a lot like that Bejeweled game". And yet, I was wrong. It's a bit different than that. Because you don't switch the places between two pieces to create a match of three like, but rather, you move an entire row or column till you create a match of three. So, that kinda struck me by surprise. But, it didn't turn me off from playing the game.
I really like the concept that was put into the game. How there are monsters that you have to fight by matching the sword or the staff pieces and chests and doors you need to open by matching the key pieces. But of course, the main goal is to reach a score of 10,000,000. The main character will be set free once you reach that score. But you can still keep playing after that happens.
Another thing that's nice in this game is that you can actually buy some upgrades for your characters, and his weapons and armors. This is really helpful because as the game progress even further, just like in any other game, the enemies become tougher.
I'd say, this game is very worth the price. It's cheap and it might not look pretty, but you'll surely get a lot of fun out of it.
Perfect for quick gaming sessionsbradysam | May 15, 2013 | See all bradysam's reviews »
It's another tile matching game meets rpg but it's done very well. You can add rooms to your castle and improve your character so that you can get further and further into the dungeon (and ultimately escape). To escape you need to run from a wall of death closing in from one side and multiple monsters, doors and chests the other side. It's fast paced and ultimately it's fun going for one more run to try and beat your last score and get closer to the end. Unfortunately it definitely comes across as being optimised for playing on your touch screen phone as sliding tiles with the mouse sometimes feels cumbersome and it's not the kind of game that you want to play for more than 20-30 minutes at a time. But if you're looking for a tile matching game and something to play quickly whilst waiting for something then there's definitely a lot worse you can do. On sale it's definitely worth checking out.
An unexpected favorite.Sir_Selah | May 10, 2013 | See all Sir_Selah's reviews »
10,000,000 is a grind. It's a match three puzzle. It's an endless runner. It's a game in which the design borders on minimalism. It's a game without any character development. It's a game that puts the focus on a mere number.
It's possibly my favorite game in recent memory, and I'm trying to figure out if it's because of the above, or in spite of it.
You start off with some instruction as you set off on your way, matching three with little purpose as you meet a swift death. You awake the next morning in a dungeon bed, and you're given the choice to do it again. Doesn't sound like much does it? Oh, but then you learn what's going on. And the game begins.
Between runs you have the option to use resources to open up rooms, and in those rooms you can level up your equipment/abilities/unlock special abilities that give you a boost in exchange for sacrificing a different stat. But how do you get those resources?
Whenever you're playing the game proper, you come across enemies that you must defeat by matching three wands or swords to do magical/physical attacks. And as you do this you'll notice other tiles. But what are these for?
The keys you use to open chests along the way to randomly get gold or one-use items. The chest pieces increase your rate of drops when you defeat enemies. And those resources I mentioned earlier? You get wood and stone to upgrade your upgrade rooms by matching those tiles to. Which means you have to mine for resources quickly in between fights while setting up attacks for you to use on your enemies.
And then you see hours of your life disappear.
The game does have an ending. You can escape once you have a run in which you score at least 10,000,000 points. But after the credits you can keep playing to get an even higher score.
Or you can start over and do it all again. Something I've gladly done multiple times now.
Much bang for the buck!Laudes | May 4, 2013 | See all Laudes's reviews »
I'm not a big fan of bejeweled and all those kinds of games, however this game cought my eye, and I bought it as soon as it was released. It's extremely fun to play, chilled out at the same time as you're trying to hurry up and get those blocks in the right place. I've heard friends who played this out in the time I've spent in total, and I'm not even half done yet! I may not be very good at this, but that doesn't matter so much, the game is very fun and well designed, and the music is extremely RETRO! The entire game is retro-oldschool fusion. And I recommend anyone liking small games like bejeweled or any other like that to buy this. It's also an indie game, which makes it even more worth your time!