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Rise of Dynasty

Release date: 15 October 2010

Play Rise of Dynasty Deluxe and enjoy an amazing 3-in-a-row game! Travel back to ancient China where you need to restore the once beautiful dynasty after suffering decades of civil war. It's up to you to use your 3-in-a-row talents to bring back happiness and prosperity to the country. Are you up for the challenge? Play Rise of Dynasty Deluxe now!

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Rise of Dynasty features

  • visit ancient China after the Tang Dynasty took over the country
  • restore the once beautiful empire and bring back joy and happiness to the people
  • play 60 levels that increase in difficulty with every challenge
  • collect coins, use power-ups and rebuild village farms, the Great Wall, and more

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| Age: 63 | Added on 09-02-2015
 
I like this style of game so I am a little frustrated that it doesn't always work well. Freezes quite often and cannot see high scores. Also cannot turn off music and sounds so am unable to listen to other things whilst playing. Will keep trying!
 
| Age: 68 | Added on 23-01-2015
 
A very good game and you can play against the clock or in your own time and given the complexity of some of the later levels I think it is very challenging playing against the clock. Music a little irritating at times particularly the Irish 'jig' in the middle levels - strange choice for the 'Middle Kingdom'! Overall very good!