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Mar 12, 2014 | 9:51 AM EDT

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Damned 5 Points Died 5 times in a row
First blood 5 Points Attacked within first move
Defensive 10 Points Shield gem was used 10 times
Nerd 10 Points Scored 10,000 points
Reflexive 10 Points Reflection gem was used 10 times
Tasty 10 Points Energy gem was eaten 10 times
Fatal furry 25 Points Death exhaust combo was used 3 times
Gem lord 25 Points 300 gems were collected
Gem strike 25 Points 4 gems in a row were matched
Offensive 25 Points Damage dealt to 300 units total
Combo master 50 Points 3x+ combos were performed
Lucky 50 Points Barely alive winner
Strategic mind 50 Points Almost flawless victory (50%+ HP)
Game completed 100 Points Defeat last monster
Upgrade completed 100 Points All upgrades were applied

Author Comments

One day, Nazgul went to the earth in search of a new victim. Finally he has chosen a poor cat and took him to the dark kingdom of death. But there was one brave hero who decided to save the cat. His name was Meowra, and he always helped those who needed it...



Rated 5 / 5 stars

I really like the concept of taking the really old or really common game styles and turning them into something new and fresh.

P.S. Some of the enemies really creep me out!

Well Done! :)

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Rated 3 / 5 stars

Nice idea for a puzzler however the game felt unbalance at certain points. I don't know what happen but the countdown timer doesn't work on level 3. I had to pause and unpause at each turn to get it moving. Also, the countdown timer is meaningless as you can see the board if you pause your game.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

While this is an undeniably addictive game, and a clever mix of combat and puzzles, I have to agree with other reviewers on some features.
*The shield and reflect are very under-powered,and in the case of the shield, it happens to also be a bit misleading. Most people see shields in games, and think that they will prevent the damage, rather than reduce it.
*Also, there is the matter of every fight being an 'all or nothing' in regards to how much money you earn per fight.
*As for the enemies...They really should be underpowered a bit more, or have a larger overall set of stats for Meowra at the beginning, rather than making it all dependent on the right array of tiles, (Right place, right time) at the beginning of each fight,or nearly so.

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

fun, adictive, it REALLY needs a rebalance, the mummy and the rat at kinda imposible, recheck those enemies plz...
either than that, nice game, its a good thing u put medals, otherwise i wouldnt have played it longer that 5 mins


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

This is a fun take on the puzzle concept and overall a pretty well-done effort. The graphics are attractive and the characters are interesting. However, the actual gameplay does seem to lack balance. Your enemies are consistently more powerful than you (in some cases dramatically so), and since you can't receive partial prize money, I had to go back and re-do previous fights multiple times to generate enough cash so that my upgrades would even let me approach having a competitive chance against the next enemy. In addition, the weakness of the shield tile coupled with the common "reflector" tile often produced disastrous effects from enemy attack. Similarly, the healing tiles (which seem to occur with less frequency than the others) were pretty unattractive because they often couldn't even restore the health lost from a single attack (even if you had a shield when you were hit). Perhaps even more importantly, there appears to be no difference in frequency of the standard attack vs. the more damaging special attack.

My personal recommendation, for what's worth, would be to adjust the enemy stats down slightly, increase the efficacy of the shield/healing tiles, and reduce the frequency of the special attack tile. You might also think about adding a money tile that increases the match prize purse? I would make all of these changes in small increments to avoid making the game too easy, but I think with a little balancing as described you will have a much more enjoyable game.

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