Triple Town is an award-winning original puzzle game in which you try to grow the greatest possible city. The larger the city you build, the more points you score. You build your city by matching three or more game-pieces: combine three grasses to make a bush, three bushes to make a tree...
User reviews: Very Positive (289 reviews)
Release Date: Dec 6, 2012

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"Triple Town takes the match three formula and makes a simple but profoundly deep adjustment to how we're used to match three games working."
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Reviews

"What do you get when you mix two parts Bejeweled with one part Civilization?"
Runner up, indie game of 2011! - Edge Magazine

"It's the kind of game where the phrase 'just one more game' is followed by hours of trying to beat your high score."
Runner up, best game of 2011! - Gamezebo

"When the 6 x 6 grid fills up, it's game over... but you'll more than likely just want to try again to beat your high score."
Runner up, social game of 2011! - Gamasutra

About This Game

Triple Town is an award-winning original puzzle game in which you try to grow the greatest possible city. The larger the city you build, the more points you score. You build your city by matching three or more game-pieces: combine three grasses to make a bush, three bushes to make a tree... until you've filled the board with houses, cathedrals and castles. Along the way, you'll have to outwit giant bears who will try to block your progress.

How large can you grow your dream city before the board fills and the game ends?

This is the ultimate hardcore version of Triple Town. There are no in-app purchases of any kind in the game. There is no DLC. When you buy the game, you get everything it has to offer with that purchase. We hope you enjoy it!

System Requirements

PC
Mac

    Minimum:

    • OS:Windows XP or later
    • Processor:2.33GHz or faster x86-compatible
    • Memory:1 GB RAM
    • Hard Drive:100 MB HD space
    • Additional:Requires mouse, trackpad or similar device

    Recommended:

    • OS:Windows XP or later
    • Processor:2.33GHz or faster x86-compatible
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:128MB of graphics memory
    • Hard Drive:100 MB HD space
    • Additional:Requires mouse, trackpad or similar device

    Minimum:

    • OS:Mac OS X v10.6 or later
    • Processor:Intel Core™ Duo 1.83GHz or faster
    • Memory:1 GB RAM
    • Hard Drive:100 MB HD space
    • Additional:Requires mouse, trackpad or similar device

    Recommended:

    • OS:Mac OS X v10.6 or later
    • Processor:Intel Core™ Duo 1.83GHz or faster
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:128MB of graphics memory
    • Hard Drive:100 MB HD space
    • Additional:Requires mouse, trackpad or similar device
Helpful customer reviews
10 of 10 people (100%) found this review helpful
9.9 hrs on record
As most of the times i expected absolutely nothing going into game like Triple Town. But when i start playing it just grasp me and didn´t let go for some time.

I would describe Triple Town as super addictive puzzle game where you can easily get lost and play for several hours.
This will happen for sure if you like style, level of challenge, cute music and if your dream is killing bears to build churches from their graves, then you should definetely pick up this game.

8/10
Posted: October 18
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9 of 9 people (100%) found this review helpful
26.9 hrs on record
Triple Town is a devilishly addictive puzzle game, masquerading as a town builder. Players place objects like grass, bushes and trees in a 6x6 grid. When three of the same object touch, they merge into a single new "leveled up" structure, earning players more points and freeing up valuable real estate. Three trees become a house, three houses an estate, three estates a mansion, and so-on.The better a player plans, the longer their round will last. Play it right and you'll perfectly line up three mansions & wrack up big points. But one mistake can lead to churches, houses and other structures littered around the field, making it tough to progress.Triple Town is perfectly tuned – any time things are beginning to look too dire a wild card crystal or object-deleting robot comes up, allowing the round to continue.Triple Town's core matching gameplay is extremely addictive, but the package itself is brought down by its lack of depth and options.Triple Town would be better off if it were sold like a standard puzzle game and included a few more options. However, if you are a casual gamer, looking for something easy to play when idle, which doesn't require fast reflexes or a lot of thought, this is a game you should try.
Posted: October 4
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
4.0 hrs on record
It's the easiest of puzzle games, really, with an excellent learning curve. The formula behind it is genius, the gameplay is addicting and the bears are total ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥s. Triple Town is brilliant is in simplicity.

I've been playing Triple Town for years now, starting on iOS. This game has sucked up chunks of my life (especially weekends, now that they offer world wide tournaments on mobile) and I regret none of it. I will say that my favorite game mode (in which you have 2 minutes to build as big of a city as possible) is missing from the PC version yet available in mobile, which seems rather odd. If you're coming to this game without previous experience on your iOS device than you won't miss it but man, what's up with that developers?

9/10. Give us our missing game mode and you'll deservingly get your 10/10, guys.
Posted: September 28
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
8.4 hrs on record
Great casual game. Simple rules and a cool meta gameplay. This is actually worth the price (if you like that kind of game).
Posted: October 10
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
8.7 hrs on record
this game is sooo addictive. please try it out, you'll lose a few hours or days!
Posted: October 16
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
11.1 hrs on record
I wish there was a way of saying this game is "surprisingly addicting" without sounding like some ♥♥♥♥♥♥y game snob, but there isn't.

This game is surprisingly addictive.

Triple Town will turn you into an obsessive compulsive mess, and task you with making your little settlements as neat and clean as you can, the novelty leads flawlessly into obsession and before you know it, you've marathonned a whole two seasons of your favourite show in your second monitor and it's 4:30 am and you hate yourself just a little bit more and yet YOU DON'T STOP PLAYING CHRIST WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU?

It roots itself firmly in the casual phone game mindset, but since it isn't trying to sell me something I can play it without feeling like I'm contributing to the problem.

666/10 would have soul stolen again.
Posted: October 21
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
6.6 hrs on record
The basic principle of Triple Town is nice, you have a limited area and have to put three objects of the same kind next to each other to create a single upgraded version of those objects, that can again be upgraded by putting two more objects of the same type next to it - and so on. This can become quite tricky the more items you have on a map since once you run out of space to place objects the level is over. When you upgrade an object you get points for it, naturally the more advanced an upgrade is, the more points you get. You can use those points to upgrade your town, which is the hub from where you access the randomly generated levels. The town's buildings generate items that will help you during the regular levels. The bigger and better your town becomes, the more and better items you will get.

The problem with the game is that there is no goal. No special challenges, nothing to achieve other than endlessly upgrading your town. It's the same thing over and over, and that felt rather pointless to me. You could try to get the best possible upgrade of an object (there is even a Steam achievement for it), but for that you need a lot of special items, and you can only obtain those by upgrading your town and collecting more money. That means you need to grind for dozens, if not hundreds of hours and all you get for it is a Steam achievement.

Imo this would be a decent time killer for mobile platforms, but there are simply far better puzzle games on PC to waste your time with Triple Town.
Posted: September 26
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4.7 hrs on record
This is a nice game, sadly it's also dosn't do anything when you level up your town building. No new modes seem to unlock when you upgrade tears, and all you are doing is endlessly trying to get better and better scores, on the same 5 modes. Each mode is differnt enough, but the lack of a multiplyer or an ablity of some kind (besides one time use ietms) leave this game feeling like it's a time grinder.

The end game is the real question, as in "Will anything happen" and the time required to find out is NOT worth the investment. (not that I've found what's at "the end") The reward of expanding the town and building higher level teirs dosn't seem to reward other then basic building blocks to get to higher teirs. The limit in the stores on buying items is annoying, and you'll play for a few days just to afford the crystals and wait for them to re stock.

The graphics and sound fit the game well, and there is nothing wrong with the game, I just don't think the end game is worth it.
Posted: September 25
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81.9 hrs on record
It's cute and colorful and incredibly addictive. There are actually two modes of play - "colonies" where you attempt to make as many high-tier buildings as possible, which end when you run out of space, and a persistent "mainland" where you develop your Farm, Industry and Military using the earnings form the colonies. The interplay between the two modes keeps the game fresh for much longer.
Posted: September 27
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33.6 hrs on record
This game haunts my nightmares. So addictive. Ninja bears suck.

Would play again.
Posted: October 11
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14.2 hrs on record
If you like Tetris in super sweet with a really impressive small set of possibilities growing into always changing riddles. THEN GET IT. Honestly. It is worth it.
Posted: October 12
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3.1 hrs on record
Highly casual puzzle game that could be alot fun if you are into this kind of game. It would probably make more sense to run on a mobile phone, than on a PC. Still, it is a high quality game within its genre.
Posted: September 28
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32.0 hrs on record
Ninja Bears. F*ck You.
Posted: September 29
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4.0 hrs on record
I LOVE THIS GAME FOR VERY LONG TIME PLAYED ON FACEBOOK TILL TOOK IT DOWN LOL NOW I OWN
Posted: September 30
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24 of 27 people (89%) found this review helpful
38.7 hrs on record
Triple Town is what it sounds like, a game where it is all about those 3´s.

It is your classic "facebook" game where you have to match 3 of every item to make a bigger item and then match 3 of those to make them even bigger.

It is a little simple and very addictive game that will make you return to it over and over again, just untill you come across ninja bears then you get annoyed with the game.
It is a nice relaxing little game that stimulates your head and yet a game you can play if you just have 10 mins to kill before you have to do something.

Sound and effects is very much as you would expect of a facebook game and so is the graphics, will you like it or not ? Well that depends, do you want story ? There is nothing of that really.
Do you want deep thinking and heavy action then this game is not for you for sure.

Do you want something relaxing and simple that you can do almost brain dead ? Then this game is diffenetly for you.
Posted: August 8
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18 of 18 people (100%) found this review helpful
106.9 hrs on record
First of all, i 've never thought i will have this many hours on that game but i need to say it is HIGHLY ADDICTIVE! Once you stepped into the world of this Game, you can't get out again. And i know you'll try to beat yourself over and over again and you won't stop even your hand is starting to hurt you go on playing. Maybe you'll be like "awww look how cute", till you get to the point where these little fluffy 'rude' Bears and especially those Ninjabears run you over and you just start silently raging but before you can end your rage, you managed to take them all and shove them into a church :p

What i wanna say is, it looks hella cute and it is but don't underestimate this game, it can be damn hard... but it's still fun to play over and over again also you can spend all your Boredom on it 'yay' and you won't notice how fast 10 hours past while you played :D At least i know i won't stop playing this so fast. Personally, i think it's for sure worth the price. Well done Devs, good job.

*continues playing*
Posted: June 24
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18 of 26 people (69%) found this review helpful
564.7 hrs on record
My hours tell the story - I'm addicted.

However be damned if I can build a triple castle...

Posted: June 28
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7 of 7 people (100%) found this review helpful
10.9 hrs on record
Similar to the bejeweled concept. But you have to use your brains! Very challenging cute game and really addictive!

Pros: You get to kill bears and turn them in churches.

Cons: Building sky castles make you feel like punching your screen.

THE ROAD TO SKY CASTLES!!!!!!!

Rated: 10/10
Posted: June 26
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
78.8 hrs on record
Triple Town is a game I've gotten a lot of value and fun out of, so the short answer is: yes, I would recommend this game.

There is something oddly addictive and yet very relaxing about playing this game. It is simple match three turn-based game, but the last item you place becomes the next tier up. So three bushes = 1 tree, 3 trees = 1 house, so on and so forth. It becomes a game about managing the precious space you have, and there is something very satisfactory and rewarding about putting in that one last piece and watching your board transform into a new thing you haven't seen before.
Except the elusive Triple Castle. Curse you! I always lose before I get to that stage.

So, there are several maps to the game. There’s the main town, were the buildings you place give you resources for the other maps - little extra things you can place down to match three when you're in a tight spot. Then there are a few maps with different flavours - one where there are lots of aggressive bears who walk around and get in the way of your plans, smaller maps with no bears where you can test your building skills. It's nice to be able to switch between them when you get stuck, and also nice to pop into your town and see what's up there.

You also gain currency when you 'complete' a map which can go towards buying things to help you in future runs, so that's pretty cool.

All in all a deceptively cute casual game that can be a little hard at times. If you're looking to play something relaxing when you have a little down time, this is perhaps my favourite puzzle game to recommend. It's very much like Combine or 2048 but more in-depth, lovable, and appealing to the eye.
Posted: June 22
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
40.7 hrs on record
Cute, fun and addictive.
Posted: June 24
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