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Welcome to Clockmaker, a unique matching puzzle game. Come on in - an amazing adventure is waiting for you. Beat match-3 levels to rescue the town from the evil curse of the Old Clockmaker. Are you ready? Features: - Unique gameplay: help Uncle rescue villagers from the Clockmaker's curse - Amazing graphics: intense mystical atmosphere - Thousands of fun and challenging levels - Connect&play with friends: play with your Facebook friends! - Play seasonal and time-limited puzzles to get amazing rewards! - Monthly game updates: holiday adventures with prizes! - All quests are available without additional fees
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I love this game and have been playing it for a very long time and especially love to play those side games you offer for a limited number of days and it usually has 20 levels but it’s one thing to make the levels have a certain degree of difficulty but your developer goes overboard and makes it impossible to reach level 20. I was able to do it only once and I’ve lost count of how many of those games I’ve played. Right now the one I’m playing is called Cosmic Mirage and I got to level 5, and it’s literally impossible to get through it. You guys placed those balloons that expired after a few counts and when there are still about 20 moves you just can’t get to them to stop them from blowing up. I enjoy the challenge of your puzzles but sometimes it gets so difficult and frustrating that it becomes unpleasant to play. I have several friends that play this game and feel the same way. I’m probably going to get rid of your app and look for another puzzle as clever as yours but not developed to cause frustration instead of enjoyment!
This app is fantastic if your seriously into Zen meditation. It has a lovely musical background, which I find soothing and I enjoy the lay out. That’s the only thing good about this game. It’s very clear that the owners goal is to “try” to get rich. Everything in the game is designed to Force you to buy extra... to beat a level, or it can take months for someone to do so. And they are very stingy about their rewards and gifts for daily logins. Also, repeatedly, I beat a level, and it shows that I got five rubies, but they are never added to my collection of gems. Truthfully, I am embarrassed by how much I like this game for practically no rewards for progress. I have purchased gems in the past, and they literally vanished. When I wrote them about it, I never got a response. I will never give them money again. Whoever writes their algorithms designed them so that you frequently get down to one or two gems left to clear, but you cannot, most of the time, get what you need. It’s greedy game owners - who don’t care if you aren’t wealthy enough to keep wasting your money. As a retired senior on a fixed income, who is currently fighting cancer my budget is tight. I really like this game, but it’s coding and algorithms are clearly designed to make you spend money to progress with any expediency. I’m ashamed to tell anyone how much I play this game and how greedy they are compared to other game apps.
Mad props to the game designers, they certainly know how to craft difficult game play. I made it to the Bakery before finally giving up on this game. I played the game for two days and I got only to the 6th building in the game and I’m an avid game player. I enjoy challenging boards and thinking through a puzzle, but for beginning levels at the start of the game, the boards are way too difficult. It makes me wonder what the hard boards are like once a player really gets into the game. I get why people complain you have to use boosters or spend money to pass a board if the beginning boards take most of the day to get through. On top of that, I finally beat a very difficult board and then I wasn’t even given the item I needed. Super frustrating. Also, the bombs I can create with the gems are pretty useless unless the bomb is next to what I want to explode, I’d like a bigger explosion using all three of the created line not just the bomb tile itself. On the plus side, the graphics are well done and the game did not glitch or crash. This game has potential once the developers figure out that players need to play awhile and be invested in the story before making the levels so challenging or they are going to have a lot of frustrated players that end up abandoning the game like me.
I have been consistently playing this game for several months. In fact, this game has taken up most of the idle time I have causing me to ignore ANY other game. Some boards are challenging but I love that you have a choice to play other levels. The leaderboard and various side quests keep you playing. There are always rewards you can earn and I never run out of lives, which makes it difficult getting anything done around the house lol. The only suggestions that I have is that the puzzle boards become available sooner (I have 6 hard levels I am waiting to play so I don’t throw away the pieces) and I think it would be great to have some sort of way to see all of the things you’ve collected from different houses. The items are very interesting so it would be nice to see what you’ve accumulated. But honestly this game is the BEST of its kind because you can never get bored and getting rewards is like winning the lottery. Update: I just downloaded the newest version and I have new puzzles with over a hundred pieces. I guess it does save any pieces I get even if there is no puzzle available!!!
Got into this game as it had an Apple Watch app as well as iPhone. Cute idea and fun but over time more and more frustrating. Recent changes have made it worse - namely reformatting the daily gifts to where a free 5 or 10 rubies is no longer an option and you no longer have a chance at getting items you need to complete a level. Instead, you get one bomb or maybe 30 minutes of infinite lives (something that goes to waste when I play on a 15 minute break at work - the infinite lives should have a pause function especially if the app is closed/force quit). This change in particular means it literally takes sometimes weeks to beat certain levels with no chance of getting an item to move on. The new pop ups that used to have a “Don’t show again” option urging you to continue (by spending rubies for more moves) no longer let you stop them from popping up and with every app update the wording changes to get more annoying. They used to only show up on weekends but now it’s constant. I get that apps try to make money but this game takes it to an extreme and that’s made it harder and harder to play with every update.
Developed by Samfinaco Limited.
Clockmaker: Match Three in Row is ranking in Games & Puzzle & Simulation
Last update was at Jul 24, 2021and the current version is 56.1.0.
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Clockmaker: Match Three in Row have a 124 650a user reviews.
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