Leap into the fascinating world of Orbics. Struggle for freedom and renewal of this beautiful civilization.
TriO: The Great Settlement is a casual game with unique physics that bring a new twist on the usual match-3 gameplay. The storyline will take you on an adventure of magic, light, and the hope of freedom. The entire Orbics race has been imprisoned and you must free them using the ‚Äúmiraculous power of the three‚ÄĚ by combining three Orbics of the same color together. Beware, however, because there is a dark and ancient power that looms in the shadows and wishes ill on you and the Orbics.
Every level is different with a combination of challenges. For example, some levels are flooded with water, meaning you will have to compensate for buoyancy in order to place your Orbics where you want them to go. In some levels you must use your Orbics to dig deep and retrieve valuable treasure chests full of ancient gold.
Many challenging gameplay eviroments that vary from level to level presenting new and exciting challenges along your journey.
Discover and build up your settlements on floating islands.
Solve the secrets of the ancient orbics race.
Andrew Williams from Bytten.com says:
"I had a fun time playing TriO, which to my mind really should have been called "Orbics: The Great Settlement", and my efforts to research minor points for this review tended to take up much more time than intended - always a good sign of an addictive game! Hold on, the telephone's ringing... hello? Redrice? Yes, they're just reading this now... oh, the prophecy? I'll tell them. Bye! ... As I was saying, TriO is a fun and addictive game, and according to an ancient Orbic legend, you're the one supposed to go and save them all. What are you waiting here for? Get cracking!"
Mike Gnade from The Indie Game Magazine says:
"Let me just say right now, Orbics are really freaky looking creatures. They are living, breathing emoticons full of magical energy. They aren‚Äôt the cutest of creatures, but somehow I was compelled to save them and play through each increasingly difficult level. While the game takes few risks, the gameplay is rewarding and is, at most, deserving of a free, one hour download."
Bytten gives TriO rating 82 out of 100.
Full review from Bytten you can read here
Full review from IndieGameMag you can read here
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