Azkend 2 The World Beneat PSVITA VPK

Azkend 2 The World Beneat PSVITA VPK

Azkend 2 The World Beneat PSVITA VPK

Azkend 2 The World Beneat PSVITA VPK

Azkend 2 The World Beneat PSVITA VPK is a casual match-three puzzle game with more than 60 levels. Azkend 2 The World Beneat PSVITA VPK  presents you several different and exciting level styles throughout the adventure. You can also earn almost 20 unique powerups and over a dozen achievements. Choose your powerups wisely for each level to hasten your journey.

Azkend 2 The World Beneat PSVITA VPK

The story that Azkend 2 tells follows a woman sailing from Liverpool to New York. Unfortunately, part way through her journey, a terrible storm hits, leading her ship to be sucked into a maelstrom. She awakes in a strange location, and it’s up to you to solve a series of puzzles to work out what on Earth is going on. The trouble is, you likely won’t care one bit what’s going on. The narrative is delivered very loosely, with brief story being voiced over static scenes of admittedly beautiful hand-drawn scenery, but developer 10Tons seems to forget one key element: people play match-three puzzlers to play match-three puzzlers. The presentation feels at times more like a hidden object adventure game, and in fact the story elements are accompanied by a similar puzzle, in which you have to match a small clipping of scenery to the full picture. These puzzles are pointless, as whether you successfully match all images or completely fail to even acknowledge what you’re supposed to do, the game will still continue. In that regard, it seems foolish that Azkend 2 doesn’t at least give you the option to skip these extraneous and somewhat annoying interludes. As for the core match-three gameplay, it’s delivered over 17 chapters, each separated with brief story inbetween. Every chapter plays out the same: you need to find an object to continue your journey. The object in question will be split into three or four pieces, and you’ll have to solve a puzzle to successfully collect each piece. Actually, the match-three puzzles themselves aren’t bad, and each level offers a variety of puzzle styles to keep things feeling fresh. The “classic” puzzle type involves having to change the colour of each tile to blue by making a match on that tile, whilst others include bugs that you have to destroy or fires you have to put out by matching a match next to it.


Release Date : May 3, 2016
Publisher : SCEA
Developer : SCEA
Region : USA
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RAR File Size : 51MB







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