Tisnart Tiles takes you beyond the ordinary match 3 games with a 120 levels of entertaining twists and surprises!
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Release Date: Aug 31, 2015

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About This Game

Tisnart Tiles takes you beyond the ordinary match 3 games!... 120 levels of entertaining twists and surprises along the way. Which way is gravity pulling on the tiles up/down/left/right? No one board is the same. Unique powerups like Tile Blasters, Gravity Tiles, Tile flips, Gas Pods, what's next? Lookout for Mr.Skull, He is waiting for you to make a mistake so he can steal your tiles. Between split boards, rotating tiles and earthquakes you are bound to get dizzy. Think you got what it takes?

Features List

  • 120 levels of entertaining twists and surprises
  • 9 exciting Power-ups like the Flip Tile, Bomb Tile, Gravity Tile
  • Collect coins to use special items like the Multi Bomb or the Multi Blaster
  • Use the Rotator to rotate the tiles on the board
  • Collect Element tiles to start a QUAKE to help clear the board

Hints/tips

  • Although there are tutorials within the game, there are many "things" left for the player to discover during game play!
  • The Title is screen is an interactive one....can you figure out all the different things you can do?
  • There may be some secrets in the level select screen for extra coins......can you find out what they are?

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System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10
    • Processor: Pentium III, 800 MHz or better
    • Memory: 256 MB RAM
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 30 MB available space
    • Additional Notes: Not touch compatible
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Positive (10 reviews)
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Kimchi Tea
( 7.2 hrs on record )
Posted: February 27
Fun match 3 game with good variety in level design. Unfortunately the difficulty curve kind of breaks down at the later levels; they're so fast you don't really have time to strategize, but by that point in the game, you basically have an infinite supply of coins and can keep dropping bomb powerups whenever the tiles get too high, so it feels oddly too hard and too easy at the same time.
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humito68
( 9.7 hrs on record )
Posted: December 4, 2015
Tisnart Tiles is a colorful match-3 puzzle game which features a number of interesting innovations to the genre. The difficulty grows gradually so you won't have a feeling of the game being overwrought (but you can get this feeling if you decide to play more complex levels after a while since you have played previous ones). And yeah, sometimes this game will really have you on the edge, as they have promised. So, it could be of interest to you if you're into match-3 games.
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CapinShootem
( 2.2 hrs on record )
Posted: September 2, 2015
Everyone is entitled to their opinion, but after reading the reviews on this great game, I decided to give it a shot because I like match 3 games. I would like to say that Tisnart Tiles is IMO the best match 3 game I've played..! Not only does it keep you on your toes, but is very fun to play. After the easy levels (not many) the game gets intense and game play is amazing with it's twist and turns. Gravity is just over the top and screen rotation is very cool among other great features. Bonuses and power-ups are awesome and the sounds in the game fit it perfect. If you like match 3 games, Tisnart Tiles is perfect to add to your collection. I would highly recommend you download and play it. Everything about the game is amazing. Watch out for Mr. Skull. Also you'll find some hidden secrets. Not giving it away and you'll have to figure it out for yourself. The author went over and above in this well thought out match 3. Tisnart Tiles is an amazing game. 5 stars from me and 2 thumbs up..!! Excellent job....
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Damon
( 0.6 hrs on record )
Posted: September 2, 2015
This is the kind of game I loved as a kid. Downloading a game off the BBS by some lone developer. Sure it's not the most graphically intense, but there's a certain charm behind indie developers.

Yes, it's a match 3 game. Yet, this is NOT one of those overly polished games like "Candy Crush" made by a giant corporation . Those insidious games designed to tear your money away from you. I'd rather pay for a game up-front rather than play a freemium game designed to torture me until I give them all my money.

Here, you get well designed gameplay. There's a nice gradual ramp up in difficulty. Gameplay features are added before it gets too stale. When you start to get close to the edge of losing, it becomes rather exciting as you rush to clear any tiles.

Looking at the negative reviews:
"It's not color-blind friendly!" Look, indie developers can be just one guy/girl. Chances are there was just never any thought of color-blind people. I'm sure the developer isn't color blind so they might not know how to fix this. Make a suggestion in the forums. I mean come on, you're a color-blind person playing a match-3 style game based on colors. Doesn't make much sense.

"The sound is awful": No, it's not. Though, I'd prefer less generic music. But, hey! The great thing about these types of games, is I can mute them and play my own music.

Also: It's easy to rip on people's games. Indie devs don't have giant teams. You can dislike a game and not be a ♥♥♥♥ about it. These games are still developed by real people. You may think you're funny, but you're not.

Overall: A fun game. Good game design. That's hard to do in with all the Match-3 games. Suprisingly it starts to get a little challenging at later levels. Ok graphics and sound. It doesn't wear out its welcome by providing a lot of new and interesting gameplay elements. This is the perfect type of game to kill a few minutes at a time, and have fun.
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DTownTony
( 0.7 hrs on record )
Posted: September 2, 2015
If you enjoy match 3 games then this is up your alley. The gameplay is comfortable and easy to grasp from the beginning and takes a bit before it gets challenging, but once it does it offers a good variety of gameplay and level types. I would like to see the visuals cleaned up a bit, but overall its a solid experience that I recommend, especially for people looking for some quick, casual gaemplay.
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Alarm
( 6.4 hrs on record )
Posted: September 1, 2015
Not colour-blind friendly.

This game initially seems like quite an interesting variation on the classic Japanese Chain Shot!/SameGame formula. It adds new features to the game and, if you like the genre, may be worth playing.

However, when I reached the eighth level, they introduced green tiles and for me - a person with red/green colour-blindness - it then becomes a 'guess if the tile is green or red' game. This is not unique to this game - puzzle games for decades (and other genres) have failed to provide an option for those who cannot easily distinguish between two certain colours. It would be very simple to add such an option, yet many game designers neglect to think of those with colour-blindness (around 8% of men; a smaller percentage of women).

If you have 'normal' colour vision and like puzzle games, you may enjoy this.
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kisguri
( 0.3 hrs on record )
Posted: August 31, 2015
Tisnart Tiles is the digital gaming equivalant of a "diamond in the rough". Meaning that even though parts of the game a rough around the edges, it oozes with indie love. This one man team created a very deep puzzler with a ton of varying gameplay rules resulting in some interesting twists. From multiple line creations, changes in gravity, tons of powerup items or the infamous Skull tile these and more create a ton of puzzle styles.

If you enjoy puzzlers, take a close look at this one, its worth it!
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woodlandfaerietruck
( 6.2 hrs on record )
Posted: August 31, 2015
hello everybody its me woodlandfaerietruck! the bundle stork brought me another game today. this one is called tisnart tiles. thats a pretty bad name, but i was excited anyway because i usually like this kind of thing. it probably is fun. the pictures of the game on steam make it look like a good time, but i had a couple of big problems with it.

you see, dear friends, baby jesus blessed me with sensitive ears, so it truly pains me when the game makes the most obnoxious noise you could imagine everytime i make a match that counts towards one of the goals for the level. holy dogshit on a stick sitting on the sidewalk on a hot summers day, i don't know how anyone could think that putting in such an annoying sound that happens so frequently is a good idea. after a few minutes of listening to it, my cat vomitted, one of my guinea pigs died, and my girlfriend promised i could watch one whole episode of star trek if i turned the volume down. it was that bad!

the other thing that pisses me off is that i have to play through a whole bunch of pathetically easy levels to get to the ones that might be fun. i got up to level 10, and i am still at the point where i can mindlessly click anywhere on the board to beat the level with no effort whatsoever. it looks like i still have over a dozen more levels to go before i even get through the levels that are called 'easy peasy'. that sucks. there is no way to skip ahead to the levels that are probably fun to play. i don't want to eat through a bowl of dogshit because someone put ice cream at the bottom. jesus has blessed me with over 2700 steam games. evil sinner devs had better bring the fun or i am moving onto something else.

in closing, i am done with this one. these evil sinner devs had a chance, but they blew it by testing my patience. give me an option to skip all the levels that wouldn't challenge a mentally crippled 5 year old, and i might be back. until then, i cannot recommend this game to humans who value their time. robots may enjoy the monotony of clicking randomly to win. animals will likely suffer permanent harm due to the terrible sound effects. negative 15 stars out of ten.

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Most Helpful Reviews  Overall
12 of 15 people (80%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
0.3 hrs on record
Posted: August 31, 2015
Tisnart Tiles is the digital gaming equivalant of a "diamond in the rough". Meaning that even though parts of the game a rough around the edges, it oozes with indie love. This one man team created a very deep puzzler with a ton of varying gameplay rules resulting in some interesting twists. From multiple line creations, changes in gravity, tons of powerup items or the infamous Skull tile these and more create a ton of puzzle styles.

If you enjoy puzzlers, take a close look at this one, its worth it!
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7 of 8 people (88%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
0.7 hrs on record
Posted: September 2, 2015
If you enjoy match 3 games then this is up your alley. The gameplay is comfortable and easy to grasp from the beginning and takes a bit before it gets challenging, but once it does it offers a good variety of gameplay and level types. I would like to see the visuals cleaned up a bit, but overall its a solid experience that I recommend, especially for people looking for some quick, casual gaemplay.
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6 of 7 people (86%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
2.2 hrs on record
Posted: September 2, 2015
Everyone is entitled to their opinion, but after reading the reviews on this great game, I decided to give it a shot because I like match 3 games. I would like to say that Tisnart Tiles is IMO the best match 3 game I've played..! Not only does it keep you on your toes, but is very fun to play. After the easy levels (not many) the game gets intense and game play is amazing with it's twist and turns. Gravity is just over the top and screen rotation is very cool among other great features. Bonuses and power-ups are awesome and the sounds in the game fit it perfect. If you like match 3 games, Tisnart Tiles is perfect to add to your collection. I would highly recommend you download and play it. Everything about the game is amazing. Watch out for Mr. Skull. Also you'll find some hidden secrets. Not giving it away and you'll have to figure it out for yourself. The author went over and above in this well thought out match 3. Tisnart Tiles is an amazing game. 5 stars from me and 2 thumbs up..!! Excellent job....
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
7.2 hrs on record
Posted: February 27
Fun match 3 game with good variety in level design. Unfortunately the difficulty curve kind of breaks down at the later levels; they're so fast you don't really have time to strategize, but by that point in the game, you basically have an infinite supply of coins and can keep dropping bomb powerups whenever the tiles get too high, so it feels oddly too hard and too easy at the same time.
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5 of 7 people (71%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
0.6 hrs on record
Posted: September 2, 2015
This is the kind of game I loved as a kid. Downloading a game off the BBS by some lone developer. Sure it's not the most graphically intense, but there's a certain charm behind indie developers.

Yes, it's a match 3 game. Yet, this is NOT one of those overly polished games like "Candy Crush" made by a giant corporation . Those insidious games designed to tear your money away from you. I'd rather pay for a game up-front rather than play a freemium game designed to torture me until I give them all my money.

Here, you get well designed gameplay. There's a nice gradual ramp up in difficulty. Gameplay features are added before it gets too stale. When you start to get close to the edge of losing, it becomes rather exciting as you rush to clear any tiles.

Looking at the negative reviews:
"It's not color-blind friendly!" Look, indie developers can be just one guy/girl. Chances are there was just never any thought of color-blind people. I'm sure the developer isn't color blind so they might not know how to fix this. Make a suggestion in the forums. I mean come on, you're a color-blind person playing a match-3 style game based on colors. Doesn't make much sense.

"The sound is awful": No, it's not. Though, I'd prefer less generic music. But, hey! The great thing about these types of games, is I can mute them and play my own music.

Also: It's easy to rip on people's games. Indie devs don't have giant teams. You can dislike a game and not be a ♥♥♥♥ about it. These games are still developed by real people. You may think you're funny, but you're not.

Overall: A fun game. Good game design. That's hard to do in with all the Match-3 games. Suprisingly it starts to get a little challenging at later levels. Ok graphics and sound. It doesn't wear out its welcome by providing a lot of new and interesting gameplay elements. This is the perfect type of game to kill a few minutes at a time, and have fun.
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11 of 22 people (50%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
6.4 hrs on record
Posted: September 1, 2015
Not colour-blind friendly.

This game initially seems like quite an interesting variation on the classic Japanese Chain Shot!/SameGame formula. It adds new features to the game and, if you like the genre, may be worth playing.

However, when I reached the eighth level, they introduced green tiles and for me - a person with red/green colour-blindness - it then becomes a 'guess if the tile is green or red' game. This is not unique to this game - puzzle games for decades (and other genres) have failed to provide an option for those who cannot easily distinguish between two certain colours. It would be very simple to add such an option, yet many game designers neglect to think of those with colour-blindness (around 8% of men; a smaller percentage of women).

If you have 'normal' colour vision and like puzzle games, you may enjoy this.
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3 of 6 people (50%) found this review helpful
Recommended
9.7 hrs on record
Posted: December 4, 2015
Tisnart Tiles is a colorful match-3 puzzle game which features a number of interesting innovations to the genre. The difficulty grows gradually so you won't have a feeling of the game being overwrought (but you can get this feeling if you decide to play more complex levels after a while since you have played previous ones). And yeah, sometimes this game will really have you on the edge, as they have promised. So, it could be of interest to you if you're into match-3 games.
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5 of 29 people (17%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
6.2 hrs on record
Posted: August 31, 2015
hello everybody its me woodlandfaerietruck! the bundle stork brought me another game today. this one is called tisnart tiles. thats a pretty bad name, but i was excited anyway because i usually like this kind of thing. it probably is fun. the pictures of the game on steam make it look like a good time, but i had a couple of big problems with it.

you see, dear friends, baby jesus blessed me with sensitive ears, so it truly pains me when the game makes the most obnoxious noise you could imagine everytime i make a match that counts towards one of the goals for the level. holy dogshit on a stick sitting on the sidewalk on a hot summers day, i don't know how anyone could think that putting in such an annoying sound that happens so frequently is a good idea. after a few minutes of listening to it, my cat vomitted, one of my guinea pigs died, and my girlfriend promised i could watch one whole episode of star trek if i turned the volume down. it was that bad!

the other thing that pisses me off is that i have to play through a whole bunch of pathetically easy levels to get to the ones that might be fun. i got up to level 10, and i am still at the point where i can mindlessly click anywhere on the board to beat the level with no effort whatsoever. it looks like i still have over a dozen more levels to go before i even get through the levels that are called 'easy peasy'. that sucks. there is no way to skip ahead to the levels that are probably fun to play. i don't want to eat through a bowl of dogshit because someone put ice cream at the bottom. jesus has blessed me with over 2700 steam games. evil sinner devs had better bring the fun or i am moving onto something else.

in closing, i am done with this one. these evil sinner devs had a chance, but they blew it by testing my patience. give me an option to skip all the levels that wouldn't challenge a mentally crippled 5 year old, and i might be back. until then, i cannot recommend this game to humans who value their time. robots may enjoy the monotony of clicking randomly to win. animals will likely suffer permanent harm due to the terrible sound effects. negative 15 stars out of ten.

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