Review of a Fun but Frustrating Game
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Review of a Fun but Frustrating Game

Many players find this game to be fun and addictive at first, but as levels progress, the difficulty becomes frustrating. The game requires spending money to progress and some levels are nearly impossible to beat without power-ups or luck. It is not as advertised, but still enjoyable for what it is. The lack of ads is a positive aspect, but the game becomes very challenging without them.

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Custom Date - Mar 05, 2024

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  • I thought it was escape puzzle game like seen on ads but it only available on 'King's Nightmare' level. Unfortunately it more like decorations and build puzzle match game. This is disappointed me. However, the gameplay not bad at all! No ads and kinda interesting. Also the illustration are nice and it's offline game!

    Sentiment
    • Positive
    Content
    • False Advertising and Misleading Gameplay
    May 17, 2023
  • The game is not at all like the ads i saw that made me want the game, with water pipe and molten lava puzzles, but still is fun for the game that it is. The game has no ads, but im at level 125 and it just keeps getting harder and harder to the point i have to play the same level a dozen times before i get lucky enough to get past it. Over all a good game, if you have patience

    Sentiment
    • Positive
    Content
    • Game Difficulty and Progression
    May 10, 2023
  • Probably better than most, but also gets incredibly frustrating once you move through the game cause it gets more and more based around just getting lucky (or paying) in order to progress. If there was a high score mode I'd kind of recommend it but there isn't, just a ton of different monetization methods and incentives to spend money

    Sentiment
    • Negative
    Content
    • In-App Purchases and Pay to Win Mechanics
    May 05, 2023
  • Game play is nothing like the ads, and once you've played enough levels (one puzzle per level) every third or fourth level is so hard that you either have to spend $$ or play the level over and over again and hope to get lucky enough to get by it. If you like bait and switch advertising and playing the same puzzle hundreds of times, this is the game for you!

    Sentiment
    • Negative
    Content
    • False Advertising and Misleading Gameplay
    Apr 22, 2023
  • Fun game and addictive. But insanely impossible to beat after a certain point. You can waste your boosters to overcome those. I like the challenge but not for something that would make really really hard. Also, the game has nothing to do with the ads. It is the kings nightmare but that's 1% of the game. Very misleading.

    Sentiment
    • Negative
    Content
    • Game Difficulty and Progression
    Apr 04, 2023
  • I feel like I'm the victim of another bait and switch. Gameplay is not at all like the advertising that made me want to download the game. Not really surprised, just disappointed. Expected real puzzles and the challenge of timed completion to save the king. Got another match 3 game. It's cute but so far a little easy to me. Going to keep it for my kids.

    Sentiment
    • Negative
    Content
    • False Advertising and Misleading Gameplay
    Mar 23, 2023
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