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Triple Town

By Erin Bell, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Social network "match-3" puzzler fun with or without paying.

Game Facebook , Google+ 2011
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Triple Town is a fun and engaging puzzle game that offers just the right blend of skill and luck, with rules that are easy to learn. While players can gain an advantage by purchasing extra power-ups, Triple Town is still enjoyable and satisfying without spending any money. The game's social features aren't terribly robust, and gameplay can become repetitive since there's not a lot of variety among the four different islands that players can colonize. On the other hand, Triple Town raises itself above some of the other social games by placing a greater emphasis on fun rather than recruiting friends, begging for items, or posting status updates. Plus it is a great way to teach kids how to plan ahead within a strategy game.

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