Last Temple HD

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Erin Bell, Common Sense Media
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Fun (and long) match-three puzzle game with some twists.

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Ease of Play

The mechanics are quite easy to learn, with tutorials to introduce new elements. Levels can get quite frantic thanks to the timer.

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No violence, apart from an explosive power-up that destroys nearby tiles.

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A link from the main menu leads to more games from the developer for download.

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that Last Temple HD is a match-3 puzzle game with 189 levels across two modes (Campaign and Challenge). Players connect three or more adjacent tiles of the same type by dragging a finger across them. This matching results in clearing the matched tiles from the board. There's no objectionable content.

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Is it any good?

LAST TEMPLE HD isn't just another Bejeweled clone, but brings some fun twists to the match-3 formula. Instead of swapping adjacent gems, players create strings of tiles by dragging a finger across them to connect as many as possible. Once a tile has been swapped, the area underneath it turns blue, and players must turn the whole board blue to advance to the next level. Difficulty increases gradually as new elements are added, such as locked and slimed tiles, magic spells, various power-ups, and bonus levels where the goal is to collect a certain number of skulls. The ancient temple theme isn't terribly unique, but the fun and fast-paced gameplay and sheer length -- nearly 200 levels -- makes up for it.

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