The Trials of Olympus III: King of the World

The Trials of Olympus III: King of the World

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Enraged over the death of his father, King Xerxes of Persia assembles a mighty force to conquer Greece and get revenge. Meanwhile, humanity’s arrogance has angered the god Poseidon, who now expresses his displeasure through natural disasters. And as Angelo struggles to keep his kingdom together, his duties cause a growing rift between him and his beloved wife, Amara.

Can Angelo stop Xerxes, appease the gods, and win back Amara’s love? Help him as he fights enemies, builds temples, makes new allies, and transforms the world itself in an epic adventure that transcends the bounds of history.

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 1.4 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 133 MB

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The Trials of Olympus III: King of the World

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The Trials of Olympus III: King of the World is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 7.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from BIGGER, BOLDER, BETTER than before! What can I say? Its getting better every sequel. Most epic storyline ever for match3 genre. I love how dev added a historical event like king leonidas and xerxes! Good job. It confirm that 7 wonders of ancient world is made by Angelo, not an alien :) say it, statue of zeus in olympia, artemis temple, mausoleum, collosus, even hanging garden of babylon.... I just love the game, its rich! The only cons is an ordinary classic match3 gameplay. But its not a big deal, at least for me. Just try it!
Date published: 2017-04-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Storyline 5 Stars-Being Able To Differentiate The Tiles 4 Stars 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 the second 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. In this final episode, King Angelo's people are prospering, but their arrogance has led them to believe they no longer need their gods. They are wrong, and Poseidon has released a wrath of godly proportions. Now the Persians are evading Greece to seek revenge for the death of their King Darius, and to make matters worse, Angelos' relationship with Queen Amara has weakened. Can Angelo, now a mere mortal, appease the Persians, Poseidon, and he beloved Queen? I will say this, the storyline of this trilogy are fantastic, the music is surprisingly relaxing, and the gameplay itself is fun. Once again, 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, much less being able to spot all of the gold tile borders you must make matches over. You can play in a Timed or Relaxed untimed difficulty mode, 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 Golden 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. Matches of 6 tiles will earn you a Sun icon on the board to destroy tiles with a single click. 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 build buildings that appease the gods or Queen Amara, after all, Angelo is an architect. This can be a challenging and frustrating Match 3 game because the tiles are so hard to tell apart, the boards just seem too busy at times. This is a decent Match 3 game with a fantastic storyline, but it still doesn't hold a candle to my beloved Cradle of Rome series, enjoy!
Date published: 2017-04-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fun match 3 game! I was given the chance to play this game trial before it was released and enjoyed it so much I am buying it now that it is here. You won't be disappointed with this game. It is excellent!
Date published: 2017-04-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Hmmmm This is a good game but for the fact that the playing field tokens are too small and hard to tell apart. The colors are very similar to each other.and it's also hard to see the gold area they sit on to know which ones you've done or have to do. There's a lot of text reading in this game telling the story, but that can be skipped. You can play relaxed or timed, so that's a plus. I would have bought this game if the play tokens were larger and less alike. It seems hart to find a good match 3 here lately. I keep waiting for one that's equal to Jewel Match Royale, Queen's Garden 2, Silver Tale...and others I could name. I love a good match 3, but unfortunately this is not one of them. At least not for me.
Date published: 2017-04-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Just the tiles are an issue I am in total agreement with other reviewers regarding the storyline of this game. It is really quite captivating and a good read. Game play is very similar to most 'Build something' and 'Gain Powerups' type of Match 3 but oh my goodness - the tiles are soooo small and the gold tiles to be eliminated are so indefinable I just cannot play no matter how hard I try. The intervening graphics are so excellent I can't believe this change can't be done. Fix that small issue and the game would be a buy for me.
Date published: 2017-04-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not a keeper for me I am not a big fan of match 3 games because they are all the same. Match 3 whatevers and complete the level or stage or whatever they call it and collect what...???? However, I do keep playing the demos because about twice a year an awesome match 3 emerges that I have to have. Some of my go to games are match 3. Graphics are nice and colors are bright and cheery but the characters are a little overdrawn. I don't think ancient Greeks looked like that, even the gods. Don't get me wrong, some of them are nice to look at. I played this one in relaxed mode and found I was glad I did because some of these stages took forever to finish. The items just wouldn't fall in the correct place. Glad there were some power ups because when I start to get bored I need something to help me along. Music was confusing. Sounded very similar to one of my other games and it is Celtic. Confusing but nice. I don't recommend this one just because, as I said before, I'm not a match 3 fan but this might be perfect for the fans. At least try the demo before you decide. Have Fun!
Date published: 2017-04-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from The music is amazing! GOOD STUFF: When I first opened the game, the music blew me away. It's original and so well done, almost bordering on Celtic. There's a well-written story line which is unusual for a Match 3 game. Which means there's quite a bit of reading as dialogue bounces back and forth between the two dimensional characters. But if you're not into the story, you can quickly skip the dialogue. I liked that I could play in timed or relaxed mode depending on my mood. Powerups are easy to attain and easy to use. And lastly, you use the gold you've acquired to buy or build improvements to the kingdom. If I stopped here, you'd have to admit the game sounds pretty awesome. POORLY DESIGNED STUFF THAT OVERRIDES THE GOOD: The playing board and the tiles you have to match are simply too small. There's a lot of wasted space on the screen that could have gone into a larger playing field. Making matters worse is that some of the tiles are very close in color causing major eyestrain. These are the main reasons I'm not buying the game. To me, King of the World seems to have been made for use on a tablet or phone rather than on a desktop. Another issue is that all the buildings and statues you start buying for the kingdom are also very small. Instead of showing you only the area you're improving, they show the whole map of the kingdom which makes every item you've purchased look unimportant. For example, I purchased a gold statue and it took me a few moments to see where it was placed. I feel this should be a fun part of the game but it's not impressive at all. BOTTOM LINE: If you can put up with the small playing area and tiles that are too similar in color, then you'll have no issue.
Date published: 2017-04-19
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