Triple Town Review
Posted: 4 months ago, last updated 2 weeks ago.
You place shrub tiles on the 6-by-6 play area. As you do you aim to combine three adjacent tiles together to make it into a single new item. For example 3 shrubs make a bush, 3 bushes make a tree, and so on. This allows you to keep your board clear as well as make new objects.
Using this simple mechanic, the aim is to create a city with trees and houses. While you do this, bears try and block your progress, and you must block them with tiles to hem them in before it's too late. The round ends when there are no free tiles left.
The game has spawned a whole genre of "merge" games, and focuses on relaxing fun rather than challenging play. It's a great introduction to strategy games as well as being a novel puzzle. Still, to get the best score you need to learn the mechanics and plan carefully.
This game is free to play. Additional in-game purchases are offered for items that enhance the experience. You can buy items in the game that help you, like unlimited turns and coins, or extra items such as cosmetic changes to the game like a winter or spring aesthetic. They range from £1/$1 to £5/$5.
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