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4.67 stars 4.67/5 Stars Average score of 3 user reviews spread across 2 releases and 0 DLC
I've always felt that games inherently do a poor job at expressing emotions, that by their nature they are a rational art form. In a world that is in the players control, it is necessary that all of the parts fit and that there is not a mystery to what needs to be done. Threes is a game that operates exquisitely. As you match blocks of ones and twos into three blocks, you then match those three blocks into different multiples of three. I've found that a combination of never spending more for an ...3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
A riff on the bland match-three formula, Threes understands simplicity, where describing the game’s mechanics is no more complex than pronouncing a single syllable name. Instead of pairing miscellaneous objects, players literally match 3s, 6s, 12s, and so on, sliding numbers around the screen until they run out of moves. Threes abides by the phrase “pick up and play,” though the urge to surpass previous high scores frequently fought with my iPad’s low battery warning.If y...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
In the history of the world, there are many games that claim that it takes "a minute to learn and a lifetime to master." Very few of these games will also be an audiovisual trip that leave you both serene and frustrated at the same time, and even fewer of those games will involve adorable talking numbers.The concept of the game is pretty simple: One and two make three. Three and three make six. Six and six make twelve. Ones merges with twos; beyond that, like merges with like. The larger the...1 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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