10 000 000
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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
Great twist on the match-em-up formatcydoniac | Nov. 27, 2013 | See all cydoniac's reviews »
10,000,000 is a game that takes the classic formula of games like Bejeweled and gives it a much-needed refresh, RPG style. You are trapped in a castle and the only way out is to score 10,000,000 points, a number that seems impossible at first but slowly as you build up ranks and power up your tools, becomes a feasible challenge.
The gameplay consists of your character on the top of the screen progressing through a dungeon, while you solve tiles at the bottom of the screen. By matching up different objects, such as swords, wands, and shields, you give your character the power to attack, defend, and also be able to open up chests along the way. You must be quick as the dungeon scrolls along regardless of whether you're moving or not, and if you don't keep ahead you lose out. Matching up chains or 4/5 tiles at a time gives you an edge, and items you get from chest tiles also help you along the way.
Even if you aren't normally inclined towards standard matching games, this game provides enough of a fresh take on the genre that it is quite enjoyable, and the format of the game always brings you back to try hit that elusive 10,000,000 score, and break your way out. The controls are purely mouse based, so make sure you're using a decent mouse or a trackpad as when the gameplay gets faster, it can become frustrating if you don't have a degree of accuracy. Most of the time I didn't have any problems, also occasionally a row or column wouldn't drag on first click, due to the speed I was doing it at. This doesn't prove to be too much of a problem overall. Once you hit the 4-6 hour mark and eventually complete the game, there is little to keep you playing bar the competitive scoring side of things, so a little more replay value would have been appreciated, although the developer is apparently building on more to the game in the near future.
Overall, this game is definitely worth checking out. It isn't a massively long game and after about 5 hours you will probably be hitting the 10m mark, but getting there is lots of fun, and the upgrades are enough to encourage you to persevere without getting bored. Go get it!
Simple yet Addictivesyclonix | Nov. 19, 2013 | See all syclonix's reviews »
10,000,000 combines your standard match-3 type gameplay with dungeon crawling and charming 8-bit graphics. In fact if there's one word for 10,000,000 it's that it is simply charming. It's not at all complicated, there isn't much strategy involved, and the scope of gameplay is fairly limited, but it's still a joy to play because of the way the theme, graphics, and sound come together.
The basic premise of the game is to scroll the columns or rows of blocks to match 3+ of the same block-types. There are weapon, spell, shield, key, and treasure blocks and you have to match the correct type in order to defeat the enemy on screen or unlock the door/chest on screen. The game is fast-paced and gets increasingly faster as you progress and if you run out of time or get hit enough by enemies you die. You continue doing these runs, unlocking different "levels" as you go until you're able to reach a score of 10,000,000. Overall, it's a great little pick up and play game with good replayability and is sure to be handy for those times you want to play something that doesn't require a big investment in time or brain power.
Ten Million TilesCheeseburgermaf | Nov. 18, 2013 | See all Cheeseburgermaf's reviews »
10000000 (ten million) is a single player match-3 puzzle game with some RPG elements added.
You can collect resources that are spent in your camp to improve your character in an RPG-like fashion.
I've heard people call it a match-3 roguelike. If I were to be blunt, I'd say it's a poor man's Puzzle Quest with a timer on
how long you can spend on each turn. This may be a good thing for some.
The puzzle field has you playing a standard match-3 puzzle game. Every three tiles matched produces an effect.
Back at your camp, where you start every game, there are several rooms. You can unlock these in any order you wish. Inside each room, you can spend your resources gathered from the dungeon to improve your character in various ways. One category of unlocks offer abilities that you can toggle on and off, offering a combination of positive and negative effects, allowing a degree of compelling decisions that go beyond simply improving your physical attack damage or reducing incoming damage.
You can deal magical or physical damage to monsters you encounter. Monsters may be weak or resistant to different attack types.
Each dungeon ends with a boss encounter. Defeating this boss increases the difficulty level to the equivalent of the next dungeon's difficulty, but only grants the score multiplier of the originally chosen difficulty.Each time you beat a dungeon's boss for the first time, you unlock the next dungeon difficulty. This difficulty increase grants score and resource multipliers, potentially increasing your overall score if you are skilled enough.
You can match keys that will unlock chests and you're standing at, but these keys are wasted if you're not currently standing next to one of these.
Chests contain items with a variety of effects that you can save for later use. Unused items will carry over to your next dungeon run, so you can do this in easier difficulty dungeons to prepare for a more difficult run. You can also obtain items from matching chest tiles.
Obtained items will be displayed in the top-left. You may hold four items at any given time. They are used by left clicking on them. Some of the items you can find are:
Food that moves your character away from the left side of the screen, damages the monster you're currently facing.
Change all tiles of a specific type on the board into another type.
Spare keys you can use at any time.
Using any of these items while you are not in an appropriate situation will result in that item being wasted. For example, using a key while in a fight will have no effect and you will lose the key.
You can't take your time in the dungeon. You're always fighting the clock. You must balance speed with planning. Do you clear some of those keys that are filling the board so you can make room for more attack tiles, or do you work with what you have available at the moment, saving those keys for the next encounter that might be a door with several locks on it?
The game gets repetitive once you've seen all it offers. For me, boredom did not set in until about 20 hours in. If you're playing for an hour or two per day, this comes to about one week of gameplay. For 4.99 USD, this is a good value.
There are a few Steam achievements to help keep your interest, but you'll need skill to unlock them all. You can't just brute force your way to them all.
Fun title but gets a little weak towards the endDrabit | Nov. 2, 2013 | See all Drabit's reviews »
In that style of RPG meets Bejewled and other sliding block puzzles, the latest entry to it is 10 000 000. While the game progresses fairly well as you run the dungeon, getting gold to unlock upgrades back at your castle, slaying monsters with your sword or spells or items you find by making matches, once everything is unlocked it feels too much reliant on luck to actually beat the game from this point. All and all it's still a pretty fun game to poke at and is among the better of the puzzle rpgs.
A different type of puzzle gameKitzii | Oct. 31, 2013 | See all Kitzii's reviews »
I bought this game a few months ago, puzzle games are my guilty pleasure, this one brought many unique features to the match 3 puzzle. With various upgrades and abilities you can unlock along the way, it keeps it feeling fresh for a long while. It does get a little repetitive but all match threes get that way after a while. I love it and still actively play it as a time killer.