500 - 1,000 downloads
- Original and witty
- Little demanding, yet very challenging
- It needs severe improvement in several areas
+ By GLHF Games
A witty reinterpretation of the match-3 genre
Let me tell you something. Promised Lands is a game that landed from nowhere and we haven't ever seen it advertised or otherwise promoted. It's one of those little app jewels, likely born in a wet and dark garage, that can move any player with a beating heart.
Said so, in the end Promised Lands is a match three of a kind game, but it isn't. You create evolved tiles by placing two of a kind together. This new tiles can evolve several times by this method, even joining three or more at a time if we want to free single spaces left behind by poor choices. The most advanced tiles allow to create special forests or farms that give mana and other resources away.
This game can be eternally enjoyed for free, though you'll have to upgrade it if you want to get rid of ads or if you want to summon a bulldozer to undo a movement or destroy a badly placed tile. In conclusion, a great indie game even in this its early stage of development.
- Over 33 different tiles
- 7 types of resources
- Build your own world, just as you like
- Very easy to grasp, hard to master
- Share you're world with friends
Learning from a lot of complaints I removed all advertisement during gameplay. Now only advertisement displayed while going into a menu and ONCE when you start a game. Removal of advertisement can be bought in the options menu.
Added 3 more tile's to be found.
Ui causes some presses to be acknowledged but no land is placed and since undo is an IAP, I'm inclined to believe this was intentional. Ads also pop up mid game, multiple times per attempt covering where you just pressed.
This game is originally a standalone app for Windows ONLY!!! This has never been developed or ported for Android!!!
Les pubs arrivent sans actions particulières ce qui entraîne des faux clics! C'est une honte.
A free game is expected to have ads, but this game slides those ads under your finger in a way to deliberately trick you into clicking them. Transparent and sad marketing technique. I'd pay to remove the ads, but $3 or $4 should include the full game incl
I like it a lot but the tutorial is a bit lacking.
This game is an absolute rip-off of the 2012 Ludum Dare game “This Precious Land.” The developers of this game should be ashamed of themselves for copying the well-thought out work of another individual without even having the decency to provide a pro
Well made game!