Triple Town ist ein originelles Rätselspiel, in dem Sie eine möglichst große Stadt errichten. Je größer die Stadt, die Sie bauen, umso höher Ihre Punktezahl. Sie errichten Ihre Stadt, indem Sie mindestens drei Spielfiguren verbinden: Drei Grasbüschel lassen sich zu einem Busch kombinieren, drei Büsche ergeben einen Baum ...
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Veröffentlichung: 6. Dez. 2012

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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

Über dieses Spiel

Triple Town ist ein originelles Rätselspiel, in dem Sie eine möglichst große Stadt errichten. Je größer die Stadt, die Sie bauen, umso höher Ihre Punktezahl. Sie errichten Ihre Stadt, indem Sie mindestens drei Spielfiguren verbinden: Drei Grasbüschel lassen sich zu einem Busch kombinieren, drei Büsche ergeben einen Baum ... so lange, bis Sie das Spielbrett mit Häusern, Kathedralen und Schlössern gefüllt haben. Und das alles, während Sie riesige Bären überlisten, die Ihren Fortschritt aufhalten wollen.

Wie weit können Sie Ihre Traumstadt ausbauen, bevor das Spielbrett voll ist und das Spiel endet?

Dies ist die ultimative Hardcore-Version von Triple Town. Es gibt keinerlei Direktkäufe im Spiel selber und es gibt keinen DLC. Wenn Sie das Spiel kaufen, erhalten Sie mit Ihrem Kauf alles was das Spiel bietet. Wir hoffen Ihnen gefällt's!

Systemanforderungen

Windows
Mac OS X

    Minimum:

    • Betriebssystem:Windows XP oder besser
    • Prozessor:2.33GHz oder schneller x86-kompatibel
    • Speicher:1 GB RAM
    • Festplatte:100 MB HD frei
    • Zusätzliche Informationen:Verwendung einer Maus, eines Trackpads oder ähnlichen Geräts ist Voraussetzung

    Empfohlen:

    • Betriebssystem:Windows XP oder besser
    • Prozessor:2.33GHz oder schneller x86-kompatibel
    • Speicher:2 GB RAM
    • Grafik:128MB Grafik Speicher
    • Festplatte:100 MB HD frei
    • Zusätzliche Informationen:Verwendung einer Maus, eines Trackpads oder ähnlichen Geräts ist Voraussetzung

    Minimum:

    • Betriebssystem:Mac OS X v10.6 oder besser
    • Prozessor:Intel Core™ Duo 1.83GHz oder schneller
    • Speicher:1 GB RAM
    • Festplatte:100 MB HD frei
    • Zusätzliche Informationen:Verwendung einer Maus, eines Trackpads oder ähnlichen Geräts ist Voraussetzung

    Empfohlen:

    • Betriebssystem:Mac OS X v10.6 oder besser
    • Prozessor:Intel Core™ Duo 1.83GHz oder schneller
    • Speicher:2 GB RAM
    • Grafik:128MB Grafik Speicher
    • Festplatte:100 MB HD frei
    • Zusätzliche Informationen:Verwendung einer Maus, eines Trackpads oder ähnlichen Geräts ist Voraussetzung
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12 von 14 Personen (86 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
29.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 18. Januar
Game Visual/Audio

There isn't much can be said about the game's visuals asides from that they're well done. Pretty much the same thing can be said about the game's audio. The visual and audio can be adjusted in the game's option menu.

Gameplay

"Triple Town" is your typical match 3 game by Spry Fox. Instead of match like tokens to clear the board. The individual is tasked to match building structure and plant foliage to build a town from scratch. Most of the matches that are made is rewarded with two or five coins. In most cases there are treasure chests with random resources.

The coins that are earned from the gameplay are used to make purchases in the main island area. The items are very expensive it will require the individual to save up enough coins to purchase that particular item. Since there is no option of selling off extra resources. Saving up coins can turn into a mundane task to complete.

The main island, building structures only available to make, they give out certain amount of resources for earning certain amount of points during gameplay. And their max upgrade is tier ten.

Miscellaneous

There are total of twelve different trading cards. You only get the six of those cards from the game. There are several ways to get the rest of the trading card: Purchased from Steam's Market; Trade with friends; Booster Packs and it's Booster Pack Creator.

Final thoughts, the game it's enjoyable to certain extent, even though it comes with a mundane task to complete. As for the game's replay value it's low. I would recommend this game but not at the full price.
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7 von 9 Personen (78 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
84.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 2. Januar
There's a tl;dr at the end for those who just want a quick synopsis.

Games like this make me wish Steam had a number system for reviews, like 1-10, instead of just positive or negative. Because I do like this game but it does have some limitations which make it difficult to make a positive review. Especially since this was originally a mobile phone game with microtransactions. No, don't stop reading! It's not as bad as the typical phone game ported to Steam.

From the screenshots you might think this is a typical match 3 casual game. And it is, but not like Bejeweled or other games like that. Triple Town is all about the strategy of placement. The main playing field (there are several variations, not just one field) is a big grid with some items already placed. Each turn you get an item like grass or bush and you have to place it somewhere on the grid. When you place a grass next to two other grasses they instantly combine to form a bush. Get three bushes together and they form a tree. Three trees form a small red house. Three red houses form a bigger house. 3 of those form a mansion. 3 mansions form a castle. 3 castles form a sky castle. So you can see how you can quickly run out of room. The items you get are not totally random, there must be a variable to give a greater chance for grass and bushes since you get those the most.

You do get random items to help, like the blue crystal which acts like a wild card to instantly make a match of any 2 items you already have on the grid. And you can buy items with the gold coins you get (this is where the microtransactions were in the mobile version). Like buy a bush or tree for a few coins. But I like to save my coins for the other part of the game: your town.

When you run out of room on the game field you go back to your town. It's actually an island. You build items here that use the same match 3 thing as the field but for buildings. Like, 3 fields make a big field, 3 of those make a bale of wheat (or whatever it is), 3 of those make a store house, 3 of those make something else (I've forgotten). There's farming, gold mining, and defense (cannons, towers, etc), Though you don't get attacked, it's just for show. This is where I choose to use the coins I earn in the matching fields. You can buy extra squares of land to add on to your island, extra matching items like fields or fences. Or even a crane to move an item to a different location. And once you're rolling in the dough (have lots of coins to spare) you can even buy decorations like letters, statues, and stuff like that to personalize your town.

I'm sure by now you can imagine the microtransactions and how much money could be spent (wasted!) on stuff in this game. Which brings me to my point in the beginning, why I hesitate to write a positive review. Normally I am against microtransactions. But I love the cute graphics in this game and the strategy involved. The bears are especially cute and the way the villagers go "eek" and run when the bears growl.

tldr:

Ported mobile game that had microtransactions
Cute graphics
Deep strategy in placing items
Build your town, lots of personalization available
But it takes forever to get enough coins
Get it on sale
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5 von 6 Personen (83 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
19.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 9. Dezember 2015
The game on PC is not being update, and will never be updated again, according to developers.

The Android/ios platforms do get updates occasionally (as far as i heard) however those updates are not reaching nor will reach the pc version.

This game itself feels like "something is missing" it always feels a bit empty, and lacks more resolution options for the window (wich on my case is very uncomfortable and small)

But the game is still cute, i like it, is a nice passtime.

If only we could get updates at par with the Android version, it would be more known steamwide and better, even more fun to play, however that will not be happening anytime soon, it's truly sad to hear and know that, but i still like this cute game.

Please give the PC users and players, the chance of getting new content sometime
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3 von 4 Personen (75 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 13. April
The word for this game would be 'underwhelming'.

The idea of the 'match3 kawai settlers' sounds cool. And the design is decent, and the very first impression is rather good, but.... there's nothing going on. Like literally. No sense of progression whatsoever, no story, no new levels, zones and themes\settings to aim for. The mobile version had themes, by the way. But here it's just the same old tiles to combine on the same few tiny zones in order to grind coins. And then grind for more coins. Oh, and have I mentioned grind for coins? The only reward for that grinding are the extra tiles for the 'permanent city', grind for 3 woods - get a tile of fence, or go for 'aesthetics' and put yourself a giant(=tile-sized) bear statue or a 'F'-shaped bush.

Don't get me wrong, I was not expecting miracles from a match3 mobile port. I don't have anything against raw and pure timekillers. Hell, my playtime for Bejeweled or Zuma are actually significantly higher than I would care to admit. But this game? It just...pretended to be something more, that's it. It was never meant to be a stand-alone PC game.
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4 von 6 Personen (67 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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Verfasst: 11. November 2015
If you're into puzzle games, definitely pick this one up in a sale. Incredibly addictive and challenging enough to keep you from getting bored of it.
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