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Stones of Rome

Average Rating 6 player reviews ( 2.7 out of 5.0 )

Find your way out of the catacombs below Rome in this unique match 3 adventure.

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Game Description

Curious James wanders away from his tour group as they explore the catacombs below Rome. At first, it seems like he’s on his own special adventure, but then he realizes that he’s lost and alone. Just when it couldn’t get any worse, it does – a pesky monkey rips up his map and leads him ever deeper into the depths of the caverns. James has to puzzle his way through 30 levels to recover and reassemble all 30 pieces of the map. But that’s not all – once he reaches the surface, he discovers that his tour group is missing. Using the sketch on the back of the map, he has to puzzle through thirty more levels set in the ruins above ground to get back to his group. Lucky for you – and James – the unique match-3 game system means the solution is always waiting for you – if you can just figure it out!

Features:
-Beautiful graphics
-60 levels
-One underground and one aboveground map
-Catchy music
-Unique match-3 game system

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  • by Crystal2@iWin on Mar 15, 2013

    The starting levels of the game may lead you to think you"re playing an ordinary match 3, but continue past about lev. 5 and the challenge and differences becomes obvious. A variation of games like "Brickshooter Egypt, this is a block elimination challege with bright colors, relaxing music and a goal. Graphics are cartoonish and simple but that's not a big negative in these quzzle games. Yes, it's many leveled but at least one can't gripe about shortness! Only downer was the inability to turn off just music and keep sounds but that wasn't enough to end it for me. Give it a try and you may find it has more to offer than first appears. See more See less

  • by susanlucen on Mar 13, 2013

    Not even worth wasting electricity on this one.Total pass. See more See less

  • by Tamtam10 on Mar 12, 2013

    its a take on the old game Bricks of Egypt, which is fun. Yuo can mute music and there is an undo button in Brick of Egypt. Played it for months. See more See less

  • by ba33 on Mar 12, 2013

    I'VE PLAYD THIS TYPE OF MATCH GAME ONCE BEFORE. VERY GOOD, FOR OLDER PEOPLE. IT KEEPS OUR MINDS BUSY. AND THE PLANNING OF WHAT MOVE TO MAKE NEXT IS PERFECT FOR US. NO TIME LIMIT, TO STRESS A PERSON OUT. JUST RELAX AND TAKE YOUR TIME AND ENJOY YOUR SELF. THANKS FOR A GOOD GAME. ba33 See more See less

  • by Celtan on Mar 12, 2013

    Not impressed with this one though I love puzzle games. I was bored after only a few puzzles although difficulty increased. You CANNOT turn off the music unless you also lose game sounds so that's a disadvantage for people like me who don't like to play the music while gaming and the music is an endless loop of the same song that gets old very quickly. This is like a 2D version of "Cubis" but the blocks do not push other blocks in their path nor can you send a block down an empty path - it needs a block already on the board to stop it. I doubt I'll be playing this one again. I'd rather play the original 3D Cubis. See more See less

  • by faerydust@ff on Mar 12, 2013

    Match 3 games are my favorite to play, but this one I ended before the 60 minute free trial was over. The first few boards were exceptionally easy, but as you move forward in the game the fun quickly turns into frustration. There is no undo button and there is no option to turn off music but not game sounds. You either can play with no sound at all or you have to play with the music. Graphics were pretty good but it does not make up for the monotonous gameplay. I found nothing exciting about this game at all. I certainly would not buy this game and would not recommend it to anyone. See more See less

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