Die seit langem bestehende "7 Wonders"-Reihe wird immer besser! Die fünfte Fortsetzung, 7 Wonders: Ancient Alien Makeover, fügt ein komplett neues Ziel, neue Wunder und ein neues aufregendes Material – Alien Energie – hinzu.
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Veröffentlichung: 24. Okt. 2012

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Die seit langem bestehende "7 Wonders"-Reihe wird immer besser! Die fünfte Fortsetzung, 7 Wonders: Ancient Alien Makeover, fügt ein komplett neues Ziel, neue Wunder und ein neues aufregendes Material – Alien Energie – hinzu.

Das Ziel ist weiterhin aufregende neue Wunder zu bauen, indem Runen miteinander getauscht werden, um gleichfarbige Paare von drei oder mehr, im Rhythmus von explodierenden Boni, zu kombinieren. Erzeugen Sie genügend Paare, bevor die Zeit abläuft, um Ihr Arsenal mit Power-ups und benötigtem Material aufzustocken, durch welches das Wunder vor Ihren Augen fertiggestellt wird! Vervollständigen Sie alle Spielfelder, Steine, Wasser, Edelsteine, Landschaften und nun auch Alien Energie! Übertreffen Sie alle Erwartungen und betreten Sie Bonuslevel, die Sie tief unter die Erde schicken, um Materialien wie Gold zur Verzierung Ihrer Wunder zu finden! Zum ersten Mal in der Spielreihe gibt es nun ein zweites Ziel – bauen Sie ein Dorf! Mini-Spiele belohnen die Spieler mit Gebäuden und Dekorationen für die Erschaffung eines eigenen Dorfes. Bauen Sie alle 7 Wunder, um einen magischen achten Ort, Nazca Valley, freizuschalten! Ein neues Spiel mit neuen Wundern erwartet Sie in Ancient Alien Makeover!

Hauptmerkmale:

  • Mehr als 56 suchterregende und herausfordernde Level
  • Erweitertes Spielfeld
  • Neues Material - „Alien Energie“
  • Neues Ziel - der Bau eines Dorfes
  • 4 Schwierigkeitsmodi, einschließlich „Zen“-Modus ohne Zeitbegrenzung
  • Spieler verdienen eine Stern-Bewertung für die Vervollständigung jedes Wunders. Langzeitmotivation durch Bonus-Wunder und Dekorationen für das Dorf bei Verbesserung der Bewertung.
  • Spieler können eine Vielzahl von Errungenschaften erlangen, die in einem Trophäen-Raum ausgestellt werden.

Systemanforderungen

    Minimum:

    • OS:Windows Vista, XP, 7
    • Processor:Pentium 4 @ 2.0 GHz
    • Memory:1 GB RAM
    • Graphics:128 MB
    • DirectX®:9.0
    • Hard Drive:200 MB HD space
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7 von 8 Personen (88 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
12.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 21. Januar
Quick summary: if you play casually in the easiest mode and do not care for achievement hunting, this is a FUN little game. Otherwise, be prepared to spend an awful LOT of time redoing some of those long levels!

These days I've been playing a lot of little match-3 games because they're quick to play and this prevents me from having to choose what 'big' game I'll be playing next, ah ah. I spent 200+ hours on Witcher 3 on GOG, so I come to Steam for shorter game sessions, out of habit. I'm giving this one a negative recommendation but a positive review, because if you're like me you tend to read negative reviews mostly and prefer to see well weighed opinions that will focus on the negative issues but still encourage you to try out the game if they don't bother you.

Out of everything I've played these last few weeks (Heroes of Hellen, Bejeweled, Montezuma, Luxor and a couple others), this is on par with Hellen in terms of complexity (although not as interesting), and much worse when it comes to readability. I think this is very important in a game, and if I fail some boards because some of the rules weren't properly explained, or because the rich graphics hurt your eyes (for instance, good luck trying to determine if that special tile needs brown, red or orange matches!), I tend to be unhappy and give up. The problem is that it gets excruciatingly long to finish a single board after the first few tutorialesque wonders. Indeed, after a while your levels will consist of 5 things you'll have to do and be careful about (1) destroy all tiles behind the gems by having them in a match, (2) destroy metal tiles twice, (3) collect up to 5 different resources from special gems (which will take the most effort to do, and don't even try to forget a single one if you don't want to waste more time!), (4) be careful with the board layout, as it often gets convoluted and forces you to use destructive powers in a few places, and (4) do a specific color match on two specific tiles (later in the game, the 'singled out' power-up will help you with those, but by the time you get it, you probably won't need it anymore.) And finally, (5), after you clear a board's tiles, a special gem drops that you must guide to the bottom of the board to finish it. At that point it's time to make sure you gathered all resources, and then use the Column power-up that will save you a lot of time.

I've just finished the main game after about 10 hours, and I'd estimate the latter half of the game has levels that would take more than 10 minutes to finish without power-ups, and you never have that time if you're playing in normal mode, so you'll have to use power-ups on a regular basis (thankfully, some of them like the slime monster recharge very quickly). I made a break of a few weeks between my first and second session, and totally forgot the game had power-ups, so... just don't, really, or your self-esteem will suffer. Early levels can be completed without them, but the latter half will systematically give you a shorter time than needed, and you'll have to rely on some of them regularly.

I need to mention achievements. Many Steam users enjoy trying to perfect their game, and this one isn't going to be easy. You can easily get two thirds of the achievements by the time you finish the game casually, but some of them are a bit unfair. For instance, there's an achievement you can only get when you finish it in normal mode *and* do not fail a single board. If you do fail one (and it will happen if you don't use power-ups regularly and watch their recharge status), you need to restart the current wonder from the start to ensure you get the achievement. Given that there are a minimum of 7 boards to complete before you can finish building a wonder, it means failing a board might actually force you to spend the next hour or two redoing what you previously completed successfully. This is a game that is best played in Zen mode, I imagine, and let's consider 'Normal' mode to be targeted to hardcore casuals; yes that category exists, that is, regular gamers who haven't come out of the casual closet yet. Ask your aunt what she does at night on the computer, she can give you advice.

There are also a few mini-games, some of which are fun (I like the lab one and the map parts one), but they're tied to achievements that require you to finish them all. Completing levels in 'Diamond Domino Mine' is very luck-based (you depend on a draw of items, and you have a limited number of redraws), and if you make a wrong move, there's no 'undo' button, you have to restart the level from scratch. Since that game itself isn't particularly exciting, after a while you just give up on it and the idea of perfecting your game achievements.

Other aspects of the game are pleasing, but I think the other reviews mention it enough. I would like to mention the spelling, though. I'm not an English native so I'd be the last person to be a grammar Nazi, and yes I'm aware that this was developed in Russia, and yes story is just a pretext, but there are typos here and there, and if they didn't caught by the US producers, then what can I say... Shows some lack of quality control.
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3 von 4 Personen (75 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
4.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 23. Dezember 2015
TL;DR

A relaxing, Bejeweled style game where you match blocks together, complete with pretty explosions and sound effects such as WHOOSH and BAAAM and dup dup, so your workers can build you cool things.

Pros

Good music
Distinctive Graphics
Relaxing

Cons

Grinding

Gameplay

First off, this is a pretty casual game to play. The background music is relaxing, and the individual sound effects as you match your blocks or explode them are strangely satisfying, so I find myself getting quite absorbed into this as something easy and not too stressful to try out for chunks at a time. If you've had a stressful day, this can help you to unwind.

It has varying puzzles on top of the match three or more main one just to keep you that little bit more interested, and extra power ups that do cool things. You complete a “normal” game by clearing the background tiles, which creates a cornerstone which you need to drop to the bottom of the screen. You can collect “blueprints” and bonuses along the way.

You progress with your successes by constructing wonders and buildings to colonise your planet, along with some decorations. Because why not.

You get different difficulty settings which you can adjust to your play-style. Great if you want more or less of a challenge.

The graphics in the background are nice and not sore to your eye as the colours are muted but still catching.
The only con really, (though for some it's not,) is that you'll need to do a fair amount of grinding to complete it. That's where most of the hours goes into, so it would be better as something to do every now and then.

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2 von 3 Personen (67 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
3.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 30. November 2015
good little match puzzle game for wasting some tiem on when youre bored. get to build ancient wonders also.
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2 von 2 Personen (100 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
9.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 3. Mai 2014
Dachte das Spiel wäre ganz langweilig aber wie es aussieht ist es Suchtpotenzial da. Dachte ich spiele mal 1 Stunde das Spiel sind es schon 3-4 Stunden vorbei. Das Spiel ist so aufgebaut wie Bejeweled Reihe man muss drei Farbn waagerecht oder senkrecht zusammen schieben. Dabei gibt es auch 2 Felder die man freispielen kann. Kommt ein Minispiel um die 4 Aufbauarchitekten den Weg frei machen um zu den 4 zeriessene Baupläne zu kommen. Wenn immer ein Level vollendet ist kann man mit den Errzngen Ressourcen die Gemälde in Ägypten, Mexiko, Japan, Türkei, Boliven etc. aufbauen.
Aber in 8 Stunden habe ich das Spiel durchgespielt.
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2 von 6 Personen (33 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
7.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 26. Dezember 2014
Ein weiteres Spiel des Genres indem man reihen gleicher Steine zerstören muss.
Es ist an sich ganz gut, die Aufmachung ist freundlich, es gibt einige gute Ideen und das Spiel unterstützt hohe Auflösungen.
Ich mag das Genre an sich nicht, es ist monoton, langwierig, das setting sagt mir überhaupt nicht zu und der Artstyle ist mir viel zu kindlich.

Wenn ihr soetwas spielen wollt, schnappt euch euer Tablet, oder Smartphone und sucht euch ne Kostenfreie Version. Damit seit ihr besser bedient.
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