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Rebuild the History

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$ 9.99 USD

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Help the world rediscover all the beauty of past generations in ReBuild the History! Problems of the past centuries have made our life harder and left famous buildings in ruins. At last, peace has come and now we are living in a calmer, safer time. Follow your dream and rebuild the forgotten historical buildings that your generation only knows from the movies. Gather resources, solve Quick Challenges and learn about famous historical buildings in this fun classic Match 3 game. The world needs somebody to make things better and rebuild what has been lost!

  • 120 levels to complete
  • Vivid graphics
  • Rebuild History!
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/8
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 111 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Rebuild the History 2.2 5 41 41
Not my style Ive played my fair share of match 3 games, but I was not impressed by this one. Not really sure what the objective is. Didnt like the layout and graphics. Wouldnt suggest it to anyone. May 11, 2012
Rebuild the Histoy The game is too repetitive and slow. The scenes are not interesting. Unfortunately, I woud not recommend this game to anyone other than children aged 4 thru 8. July 15, 2013
Don't Waste Your Time Typical Match 3 game in which you have to amass resources to rebuild certain historical buildings. This could have been an okay concept for a game, but unfortunately the game has several problems: * No "relaxed mode" option. You HAVE to get a certain number of resources and you HAVE to get them within the time allotted. There's no in-story reason for the rush; according to the storyline, you're the only person who's interested in rebuilding these old monuments, so it doesn't matter if you get them done in a hurry or not. * The game doesn't show you the re-constructed buildings. Instead, it subtracts the resources needed to re-construct Building A and then tells you that it's time to re-construct Building B. The game does tell you that you can see the buildings on a certain page--but there's no button to take you to that page. This is a point at which large, lush visuals would have been extremely useful. I cannot think why the designers didn't employ them. * The Match 3 board does not fill the entire screen of a standard monitor. This means that the items on the board are rather small and a bit harder to see than they had to be. * The background of the Match 3 board is a medium shade of grainy grey. This isn't bad when the item in question is a red apple or a stack of gold coins, but it doesn't contrast well with nails (light greyish-white) and stones (dark grey). * The music is grating and repetitious. It's ten notes in a rhythm something like this: "Dah dah DAH dah dah DAH, dah dah dah DAH." Once the notes end, the "song," for lack of a better word, loops around to the beginning again. * The introduction is poorly spelled ("payed" instead of "paid," for example) and suffers from occasionally missing punctuation (such as missing periods/full stops). * The written narration is done in a font that is supposed to simulate writing without being in cursive. It would be more suitable for a game set in Victorian or Edwardian times. In addition, thin, hard-to-see letters of greyish-black don't contrast well with the yellowish-grey of old parchment. And, as with the game board, the instructions were written on a small area that did not fit the entire screen. This made a good portion of the instructions absolutely unreadable for me. * The storyline is thin to the point of non-existence. You want to rebuild a ton of old buildings. That's it. There is no antagonist; nothing bad will happen if you do not, and nothing good will happen if you do. Rating: D-. May 9, 2012
Did not find the fun of it The idea behind the game sounds nice, reminded me of 7 wonders or Cradle of Rome/Persia: a match-3 game to gather resources and re-build destroyed historical buildings, but is not even far of those: 1. 3-matches only work with click and click, so there's no way to drag the items; you get a bit angry as soon as you go beyound the 3rd level. 2. You are gathering resources but do not know what your goal is exactly and there is no explanation as to what to do with them. Not even a number to compare your current resources to your target. 3. The reaction of the game is pretty slow and you cannot click again to create a new match until everything has settled down (at its pace...) 4. There are some misterious power ups you are not even allowed to know what they look like in advance... no hints at all. 5. Music is ANNOYING. Definitely it looks like the developers never saw or played a match-3 game. May 9, 2012
not a very good match three game I love match three games, but this was a big turn off for me. The games are timed, but you have to wait for one move before doing another. You cannot drag a piece, so the constant click clicking for every move got very annoying. The concept for the game was fine, but did not fill its potential. May 9, 2012
How Many Times? How Many Times Do You Game Developers Have To Be Told! We gamers demand the option of timed or relaxed mode!!! I appreciate the fact that some gamers like racing against the clock but I just don't play games to increase my stress levels! Life does that aplenty! In fact, Match 3 games never caught on UNTIL they started including relaxed mode! This is not a bad game. Resubmit it with that one change and it should sell well. May 9, 2012
I'll pass on this one No fun, no color, no point. The previous reviewers have eloquently explained this classic FAIL of a game. It was matching with no imperative, no urgency, no charm. I need charm in a game. May 9, 2012
Horrible Histories Never thought I would find a Big Fish game so boring and not worth the name of game. But then again each to their own. Who am I to tell what to play, or pay for. May 9, 2012
worst game ever very boring, lame music, poor grafics! Just a really bad game. May 10, 2012
Nothing funny Rebuild the history... with no buildings. Just a very very very ordinary Match 3 game. I agree with all the previous reviews. Don't waste your time, it's not worth it. May 10, 2012
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