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Submitted by averyzoe 438d ago | review

Old Clockmaker’s Riddle (iOs) Review *Games Fiends*

There is just nothing like a match three game. Everyone from seasoned gamers to grannies who’d never played a game in their lives loved Bejeweled, and with good reason. It is mindbogglingly simple to pick up, and engaging enough that it is difficult to put it down. Since then, a score of match three games have hit every type of gaming platform; some of them good, some of them overwhelmingly bad. With Old Clockmaker’s Riddle, G5 Games hopes to take match three to a new level of addiction. But can it bring anything new to the table, or has match three already been overdone? (iPhone, Old ClockMaker's Riddle) 7/10

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