Tales of the Orient: The Rising Sun
Average Rating 6 player reviews ( 4.5 out of 5.0 )
Travel to Japan and prove your skills in this challenging match-3 game!
Travel to Edo Japan period and help Satsu and Miyamoto in this epic adventure. Prove your skills in the Challenge mode with limited moves. Journey through beautiful scenery, relaxing music and the thrilling process of building an ancient Japanese village in this engaging Match 3 game. Dive into an epic story of honor and courage and help a Geisha and a Samurai save the day in Tales of the Orient: The Rising Sun!
-Build an ancient Japanese village
-Three game play modes: swap, pop, chain
-Enjoy 100 unique levels
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I admit M3 is not one of my fave genres as I prefer TM games, but I have played them from time to time, and there's been a few I have actually liked. Unfortunately this was not one of them. It took me so frickin long to clear the very first level. I chose the type of matching where you slide the cursor in a line etc. I finally clear the last tile and what do they frickin do? Put another icon in there! Plus I didn't like the way the cursor behaved when selecting. It should have cemented into each tile a bit better when you were trying to match. The graphics were nice, story good, and you could build structures, but I just couldn't take the matching. I think many TM players have left because the recent blockbuster Northern Tale 3, has only 3 reviews on it, whereas normally there should be quite a lot by now. Yet the M3 players still remain. M3 games people still play and review them though. That's sad, because I love TM games the most but they are not released often. See more See less
I like the different options for the game play. Also that it is not timed. I like the challenge of the limited number of moves. It makes you think more than the typical match 3 games that are timed. See more See less
An amazing Match 3 game. And yes gamers who prefer a relaxed mode it is there. Three choices of match modes too. I played the challenge game and even in the only 30 minutes allowed as a trial I had to use the extra moves saved up twice. This does not seem to be a timed game but your target is based on the number of moves you make to achieve the goals. I did not mind the sounds but did dislike the music. In only 30 minutes i did not waste the time needed to check if the music could be turned off. I was on stage 2 with only 4 buildings when my time was up. Try it. I recommend it. See more See less