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Royal Symbol 2

This is a match-three game related to Inscriptions

This is a match-three game related to Inscriptions

Royal Symbol 2

by Wang Su
Royal Symbol 2

What is it about?

This is a match-three game related to Inscriptions.

Royal Symbol 2

App Details

Lifestyle Strategy Board
Last updated
May 24, 2017
Release date
May 30, 2014
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App Store Description

This is a match-three game related to Inscriptions.

3300 years ago, Inscriptions began to be used in Shang Dynasty of ancient China.

Inscriptions were popular in the Western Zhou Dynasty. They were cast or engraved in Bronze, recording the activities of the nobility. And were gradually lost after Qin and Han Dynasties.

At the beginning of the game, there are five kinds of symbols(East, South, West, North, Center) on the board.

The basic move of this game is horizontally or vertically swapping the positions of two adjacent symbols, to create sets of three (or more) symbols of the same shape. Each level contains a certain objective that must be completed in a given number of moves reaching a certain score.

When a compass combination (west symbol to the left, east to the right, north to the upper, south to the below, center to the middle) is formed, the west symbol and east symbol are turned into 'gold symbols' (which removes all symbols with the same shape of the one it is matched with) and the rest 3 symbols get removed with explosion effect.

Different 'special symbols' can be formed by matching a combination of 4 or more than 5 of the same shape in a horizontally or vertically line, a 'striped' symbol (which clears either an entire row or column), or a 'gold symbol'. Special symbols can also be matched together. Matching a gold symbol with a striped symbol turns all of the symbols of its shape into striped symbols, which are immediately detonated. Matching two gold symbols will remove all the symbols on the board. Matching of two "striped" symbol will do a cross removal (removing both the horizontal and the vertical line at the swapping position).

Players begin with five 'lives', lost whenever a level is failed. When they are exhausted, users will be put into the very beginning of the game. User may extend their lives by purchase 5 extra moves.

Apple Game Center is supported. There are 3 leaderboards which are called '35 moves', '60 moves' and '85 moves' for each of the levels.

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