100,000 - 500,000 downloads
- Different games genres combined
- More than 60 quests to fulfill
- Retro graphics
- There's no lite version (recommended with such original gameplay)
- Bizarre combination
10000000 is a genreless addictive game
EightyEight Games is an indie developer who's burning into the mobile scene with an extremely original game. There's no way to encapsulate 10000000 (from now on 10M) in a single genre: it takes a little of different game styles to become something actually new.
According to its developer, 10M is a "Dungeon Crawling RPG Matching Game". Let's set it out. You have to guide a pixelated character through linear dungeons full of enemies, locked doors and magic boxes fulfilling quests. The only way to interact with the other elements in the dungeon is by matching three+ tiles of the same kind in the scrollable grid which is in the middle of the screen. Thus, you'll have to match three+ "swords" tiles to attack enemies, match three+ "staves" to perform a magical attack, match keys to pen chests and doors, among many other interaction tiles.
While you try to match tiles to interact with enemies and objects, things will keep going in the dungeon (enemies will keep attacking you, wall will keep advancing until reaching you). Thus, try to be as smart as fast to get the end of the dungeon with all your quests fulfilled. As you complete quests and dungeons you'll be rewarded with coins and gems that you'll need to use to unblock new dungeons.
The environment (dungeons) and theme (magic, swords, chests and loots) as well as its level-up system reminds a classic RPG (no need to name its 8-bit pixelated graphics). However, the matching-tiles system reminds casual gaming. The way EightyEight Games has combined those different genres brings forward a success.
More than 60 objectives to complete, over 20 different monster types to fight and hundreds of items on a fast-paced action gameplay. Highly recommended.
*WINNER* Best Mobile Exclusive 2012 - Game Informer
*WINNER* Best Puzzle Game - 5th Annual Best App Ever Awards
*WINNER* Pocket Tactics Puzzle GOTY 2012
*RUNNER UP* Touch Arcade GOTY 2012
“This game is so good it makes me want to cry” - Eli Hodapp – Editor In Chief – TouchArcade
“Freedom costs 10 million. I’m half-hoping I never make it” - Mike Fahey – Kotaku
“Mashes together two of the most interesting genres of the last years: the puzzle RPG and infinite runner. And it’s damned good.” - Owen Faraday – Pocket Tactics
Upgrade your castle, improve your gear, train skills and brew potions
Can you score 10000000 and earn your freedom?
✔ Kill monsters and find loot
✔ Improve your gear and train skills
✔ Find wood and stone to improve your castle
Test your skill
✔ More than 60 objectives to complete
✔ Over 20 different monster types to fight
✔ Find items and use them effectively
✔ Fast paced action gameplay
✔ Retro graphics
✔ Old school music
"I played this for like 8 hours, it's a fantastic little game."
"I got sucked into this more than I expected"
"Adds so much to the genre, What a great game!"
- Ace Levels; Increased difficulty for masochists
- Remastered Audio
- Graphical and Shader improvements
- Better resolution support
Very good. 80/100.
Match 3. Clock is always ticking. I wish there was a way to see all currently available upgrades' prices at once. Fun game for a few hours.
It's sorta like puzzle quest, but in my opinion its better and somewhat easier. It's good, while it lasts at least. If you get bored of it you can always erase the game data and do it all over again. I'm working on a 2nd play thru atm.
A great concept, part puzzle reflex based action, part rpg and massively addictive to boot. Frustrating, intense and challenging - thoroughly recommended.
I like this game. I like the leveling up of certain attributes to make you stronger as the game gets harder. Has some replay value if you take a break from it after and come back to it. I'm actually looking for more like this game. Samsung Galaxy S4
Challenging but short
Loved every minute of it, but there is almost no replayability, which is disappointing.