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
10M is a match 3 dungeon crawler....not something you see every day right? Or maybe you do, there are tonnes of weird indie games these days. Anyway.... This is a really addicting and fun game. You will lose a lot, but with every loss, you become better and better. The runs in the dungeon are very intense, and you have to think quickly, but from your points, you can upgrade your cell and your hero, and in the end, you can get to the point, where you can break free. The graphics are rather cute. Nothing special, but I really liked the colors, and the monsters are adorable compared to the more "realistic" fantasy games. At any rate, I loved this game and would recommend it to anyone. But for real...it needs at least a subtitle....
When I first saw 10000000 I thought "Great, just what I needed. Another Match-3 game that is as uninteresting as the others.". As it turns out, I was wrong. You take the role of some man who's trapped in a dungeon. Your objective is to escape. How do you escape? By getting a score of ten million, of course. There are many kinds of tiles to match. Swords are physical attacks, rods are magical attacks, stones and wood are needed to upgrade your buildings (which in turn upgrade your attacks and durability), keys open doors and chests and treasure chests earn you... well, treasures and gold. Sounds simple, right? It isn't. Whenever you try to move a tile, you will move the whole column or file depending on whether you move it horizontally or vertically. If you don't think your moves through, you can mess up the chances of doing some amazing combos. The game's soundtrack is good, although it gets a bit repetitive after a while due to how few songs it has. Get it on sale if you think it's a game you would play casually. Get it full price if you're a fan of the genre and want a different experience.
It combines solid and somewhat unusual match-3 gameplay (you can drag as far as you want, but only in one direction) with dungeon-crawling thematics and the ability to upgrade your base, allowing you to improve your equipment and buy bonuses that may help your chances or make certain tasks easier. It's not the deepest game, but very satisfying for the asking price.
As a lover of "match 3" styled games I have no issues at all with this game. It takes a classic formula and mixes it up by making every action correlate to your character's performance in the dungeon. The controls are simple, the upgrades are fun to obtain and the combat, despite being controlled by matching tiles, feels like it has impact. The sound effects are well done, the music is catchy (reminds me of VVVVVV) and in the end it's just a simple game that offers a good amount of challenge in the later stages. My only real complaint would really be that you can quite easily end up in a tough battle with no combat-related tiles readily available to you but hey, that's just the luck of the draw.
This is a very fun puzzle RPG cross game that offers decent entertainment for good value. It is very addictive to begin with but as you get towards the end it does start to lose its charm quite a bit but for the price I would say its just worth it.
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