Introducing Inferno Puzzle. The newest very simplistic puzzle game with darker theme and 80s retro style graphics. Inferno Puzzle currently has 19 levels and a simplistic menu. All you need to do to pass levels is simply arrange and match 3 or more of the same tile to succeed. You get points and stars. 3 Stars in level are maximum. In every level there are 10 moves to use.
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Copyrights Tero Lunkka
Inferno Puzzle uses the Unreal® Engine. Unreal® is a trademark or registered trademark of Epic Games, Inc. in the United States of America and elsewhere.” and “Unreal® Engine, Copyright 1998 – xxxx, Epic Games, Inc. All rights reserved.”
Inferno Puzzle as a name sounds really intriguing, because it doesn't give away what is the puzzle aspect about it. Slightly disappointing it is yet another match three game and not only that, but it actually doesn't do anything different than the rest of the games in the genre. Graphics for a indie game are passable, although there is not much to talk about, since backgrounds are the only thing "infernal" about this game (and maybe couple of pictures in the cards), sound is nothing interesting and pretty non-existent, but if you're hardcore fun of match three, you probably always put your own soundtrack in the background. Gameplay is just match three. Competent, with no bugs, little hard, but nothing game changing, sadly. What is pretty bad about it is that there are only 19 stages, after that you're done with the game, although there is promise of updates, but who knows if it will happen. As it is, there is content for maybe 2-3 hours tops, but for this price it is hard to complain about it. Overall, for what it is, and for the price, I guess if you want to play yet another match three, but want to make Slayer "Hell Awaits" more fitting, then this game might do it for you. Fine for what it is, but not something you must really play.
Bejewelled fans will feel very much at home here, because Inferno Puzzle is effectively the same game. The aim of the game is to match symbols together in groups of three, with a rank given to you depending on how well you did. However, the game has a twist in that you only have ten moves to complete each level. Visually and audibly, there's nothing special going on here and the game looks mediocre to put it lightly. However, it looks like this is one of the developer's first games so I won't be too harsh. If none of this has persuaded you, then the very affordable price should give you enough incentive to try this game out.
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