The Trials of Olympus II: Wrath of the Gods

The Trials of Olympus II: Wrath of the Gods

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The epic trilogy that tells the tale of Angelo continues in The Trials of Olympus II: Wrath of the Gods.

After fulfilling the Grecian king's order to build the most majestic palace on earth, Angelo went on to marry his true love, Princess Amara. Their happiness was cut short when Ares, the greatest god of war, arrived and kidnapped the princess.

Help Angelo on his quest to make a kingdom with the strongest defense ever seen on earth and save Princess Amara! Explore wonderful yet dangerous locations from the Vortex to the Olympian Sky Kingdom, encounter mighty Titans and defeat ferocious beasts from Kronos to Kraken.

  • Epic story based on mythological figures
  • 100 challenging match-3 levels
  • 32 upgrades to build the strongest fortress
  • 5 unique, challenging worlds to conquer
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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 117 MB

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The Trials of Olympus II: Wrath of the Gods is rated 3.2 out of 5 by 17.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from many power-ups a typical M3 but with lots of poer-ups that recharge after you use them as you match the symbol that is associated with it. they change each game. this is a story of a man that has his beloved taken from him and the king is to sick to help him fight for her, but there are others that will help. you build the kingdom up using the coins you get as you play. there will be a sequel and they have already shown it at the end of the game.
Date published: 2016-12-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from More Relaxed Mode Available on Trials II if you like strategy Forget the story line and just play the game. Lots of fun for Match 3 gamers. One hint to note is that as soon as one runs out of moves it does not automatically reshuffle. One is required to use strategy and power-ups wisely so as to get through barriers to ones goal. I liked this approach and found it added some interest for me to the game.
Date published: 2016-11-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Very Easygoing Match 3! I purchased this game before the trial ran out. Having played the previous in the series I knew I would like this one too. I was pleasantly surprised at the improvements! Very colorful and the play is very smooth. No waiting for the tiles to "settle" (my pet peeve) just smooth playing. Power ups increase fast with a visual of what tile increases what power up. Best of all there is a timed or relaxed option.
Date published: 2016-11-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Icons are challenging The icons are large and fill the squares, making it a bit harder to discern the boxes that still need to be broken. For me, this brings a bit more of a challenge to the game play. Match 3 is my favorite genre so finding a game that challenges me is appreciated. The music is repetitive but I usually turn it down quite low. The one thing developers seem to have missed is there is no indication of how much gold I have so I have to click on a purchase option to get this info. Not a big deal but there is more than enough room on the main page to have this info tucked up in a corner. I am hoping the game proves to be long as I don't want to have the fun end before I am ready. A definite buy for me!
Date published: 2016-11-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Match 3 game with an Epic Storyline! Loved the first game, and appreciate they added Relax Mode! This sequel as high as my expectation. Wonderful artwork & epic storyline to keep me playing this game hours...... plus bunch of challenging levels to beat. Its a recommended!
Date published: 2016-11-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Tile Elements Are Too Alike And Difficult To Differentiate At Times In the first episode of The Trials of Olympus, we followed Angelo, an archaeologist who constructed magnificent palaces for the Gods. He fell in love with a mortal, Princess Amara, angering the gods who then exiled him to live his life on Earth as a mortal. In this episode, the young newlyweds have angered Ares, the god of war. (probably the last god you would want to anger) Ares journeyed to bowels of the underworld to release the mighty Titans. They became allies of the "Order of Ares" an unstoppable force determined to destroy Angelo, and perhaps even Earth itself. And so it begins............ I will say this, the storyline was fantastic, in the first game, and even better in this game! The music is surprisingly relaxing, and the gameplay itself is fun, I look forward to the final episode of this Trilogy. I was slightly disappointed with the tile elements on the board because the elements were either too similar to tell them apart from one another quickly, or perhaps there were just too many different types all at once. Whatever the reason, I found it difficult at times to find matches of 3 or more identical elements, which made it difficult to achieve a fast time to earn 3 stars. I had to restart one of the levels in the demo, because the third row of the board was completely obstructed with chained elements and there were no available matches to break the chains and no way to generate new elements. My last complaint is two-fold, some of the characters voices were really annoying and even though I love the storyline, it takes too long in between levels to listen to two different characters give their spiel, so I had to choose to sit patiently while the characters move to and fro telling their long winded version, or I had to completely skip the conversations. Perhaps the story could unfold after every 5 or 10 levels, or a dialog box could be used to allow the player to read them quickly and click onto the next dialog box at a faster pace. You can play in a Timed or Relaxed untimed difficulty mode. The goal is to achieve 3 Stars per level, you must swap tiles to make matches of at least 3 identical tiles, and you must clear all gold cells and the required number of resources. As you match elements, the mana meter will fill and allow you to use the bonuses. A Gold Bug Axe clears a single tile, the Potion Bomb clears a 4 tile range, and the Magic Pendant collects all of the same tiles you choose, eventually there will be 6 total Bonuses to choose from. Some tiles have chains or double chains that require matches of the same tile that the chains bind, once or twice for double chains, then again to clear the gold cell. Spiders need to be destroyed by making matches under them or they will build webs on several tiles. Some icons have bubbles around them and the image inside is constantly changing. You must click on the bubble to pop it before you can make a match, but you can wait for the desired image to appear before clicking which can help you win. After each level, you will get the opportunity to fortify the Kingdom's existing fortress, or purchase items to keep it's citizens safe. This is an unusual feature because I'm used to having to build a castle piece by piece, not put out a fire. This is a decent Match 3 game, but it still doesn't hold a candle to my beloved Cradle of Rome series, enjoy!
Date published: 2016-11-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from OK Game I normally like match 3 games and I liked this one but, when you made matches and the gems dropped down it was real slow. I like building things when you pass a level and this game does that. The graphics are pretty good also. Some are going to really like this game nut as I said early on I just could not get past how slow the gems dropped after making matches.
Date published: 2016-11-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Started out fun but got boring I read some negative reviews but tried it anyway. Found it challenging and fun so I bought it, but then it got boring. Nothing really changes from level to level and if you use the power ups it's pretty simple. Oh well, it was fun for awhile. I'd suggest just doing the trial.
Date published: 2016-11-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from DISAPPOINTED Played this series of games and this one just didn't live up to the others. Several of the icons were too similar and it was hard to see where the boxes were to eliminate, thus the poor visual rating. The boards are also very repetitive. The power-ups are standard: bomb, lightening, etc. As others have stated the first two power-ups provide the most help. If you match five you get a bomb on the board and match 4 and get a small sun which explodes.
Date published: 2016-11-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Relaxed mode not being 'relaxed' I downloaded the demo and began playing it. Here's a few things I did like/love about this game and those I didn't like (hence why my ratings above were some high and some low) followed by my overall synopsis: Liked/Loved: Storyline: It kept me entertained. I rated it as all five points (excellent job developers!). Neither Like or Dislike: Fun Factor: The reason I gave this rating only three points is because some were way too easy (meaning you could complete them in very fast timing) and some were hard (meaning strategic use of power-ups and making matches effectively without running out of matches). One thing to mention about running out of matches: The game doesn't have an "auto-shuffle" option so if you run out of matches, you must restart the level over, making it very frustrating!! :( Visual/Sound Quality: I gave this four points because some of the tiles were hard to see (they were rather small on a large scale board) (1 point for the visual quality); the music was rather okay but was sometimes repetitive (some of the soundtracks were repeating over and over again (3 points for the sound quality)). I did get used to this overall. Dislikes: Level of Challenge: I gave this one point because, like the Fun Factor stated above, you have to effectively use your power-ups carefully and considerably on later levels because if you run out of matches, it forces you to restart the level over!! Overall, I just wished the developers would have made the relaxed mode (and I AM glad they made a relaxed mode available for this second game!) more 'relaxed' (meaning if you run out of matches, it would automatically shuffle the icons/tiles around), but instead they made you think more and use your power-ups more effectively, making it more of a 'strategy' type game than a traditional 'match-3' type game. If they did made it more relaxing, I would have rated this game more higher on all categories. I would recommend to try the demo first and see if you like this strategy-type game, but for me it's an okay game, just wished for that "more relaxed" mode...
Date published: 2016-11-08
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