The Enthralling Realms: The Blacksmiths Revenge

For years, Ara has trained to become a master blacksmith like her father. However, their peaceful lives come to an end when the vicious dragon Eondrir awakens and lays waste to their village. With his dying breath, Ara’s father instructs her to find his old friend and forge the legendary weapon that can defeat Eondrir. And so, Ara sets out to avenge her village. Will Ara be able to forge the legendary weapon and defeat Eondrir before the dragon destroys them all?

The play seemed a bit slow, but power-ups are more powerful than in some games, so those balance out. This is a swap type Match 3 game, where you swap elements to make Matches of at least 3 identical elements, over all "Jeweled" or colored Cells, while gathering the required amount of elements needed per level, to rebuild the village. Some levels require you to collect Treasure Chests by dropping them off of the board as you make matches under them as well. Same old music, same old story. I'm glad the developer didn't give up on us and decided to go back to the drawing board to make a few adjustments. Won't be buying anymore of these! The Lightning Crystal clears an entire Horizontal Line including gold tiles or chains. I'm definitely going to purchase this game and hope I continue to have fun playing it to the end - and then again in timed mode. Some match 3 screens have me tearing my hair out but otherwise having a great time playing this. Date published: Love it! It's okay, but I think I've been spoiled by much better games.

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You have power-ups I had three at the end of the demo that are recharged as you make matches. I didn't even finish the demo. The artifact was rumored to give its owner great powers, but little did he know, the artifact would cause him so much grief! You can play in a Timed or Relaxed mode with no time restrictions. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Kafinkee from Finally! The Crucible removes all of the same kind of tile element whichever tile you place the power-up on When you have acquired enough resources, you can restore the Village. The Crucible removes all of the same kind of tile element whichever tile you place the power-up on When you have acquired enough resources, you can restore the Village. It's your basic match 3 game. As you progress you have to accumulate more and more cash to purchase anything and after awhile was so bored I was paralyzed which isn't the purpose of games. Abhor, detest, loathe--I can't tell you how much I hate all the spiders, especially in the scenes between and behind the matching levels. The Mana Meter is refilled by making any Match, but larger matches will fill the meter more quickly. The Hammer destroys a single element or chain, the Explosion Spell has a four element range of destruction, and the Magic Charm will destroy all elements of one chosen type. You will earn a Gold, Silver or Bronze Trophy on each level and you can replay the levels to earn a better score.


Des The Enthralling Realms: The Blacksmiths Revenge

Date published: You are working with Alice the Witch a very nice young lady and the poor halfling, Ebbo, to restore Ebbo's village after a very nasty war. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by Redau from I was looking forward to a Medieval game but alas; The voices don't work for me in this game, hearing Chase for Adventure: The Lost City Century and not Medieval so the games environment was sadly spoilt for me on this point alone. Choice Again! Same old music, same old story. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by mmdgaston from love Time Twins Mosaics solely on the demo: This is Blafksmiths You can play in a Timed or Relaxed mode The Enthralling Realms: The Blacksmiths Revenge no time restrictions. I had fun playing the demo and really appreciate having the choice to play relaxed or timed with NO move Blaccksmiths That's a must for me in an M3. Love it! Pretty much a basic match 3 game, not very difficult but still fun and relaxing. This is a Swap type of Match 3 game, where you swap tiles to make Matches of at least 3 Enturalling elements. Date published: Rated 1 out Revsnge 5 by Chigal from Boring!

Love it! Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by Redau from I was looking forward to a Medieval game but alas; The voices don't work for me in this game, hearing 21st Century and not Medieval so the games environment was sadly spoilt for me on this point alone. Still, they're fun to set up and make for the bit of 'bling' that adds to playing. Blacksmith's Revenge is a really good Match 3 game with interesting board layouts that present a good challenge, and I did enjoy playing the demo, but there's a good reason I deducted a star from my rating. Rated 5 out of 5 by XFreak from Another great game from the series Really love how the story presented. The only complaints I have with this game, are that the tile elements are so alike and "busy" that at times, its difficult to tell them apart or see available matches. This is a swap type Match 3 game, where you swap elements to make Matches of at least 3 identical elements, over all "Jeweled" or colored Cells, while gathering the required amount of elements needed per level, to rebuild the village. Nothing new here as far as gameplay goes compared to most M3 games released lately -- at least not in the demo. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by badgerfann from Horrible Graphics Didn't last more than one level on this game. No timed mode, no limited moves, no challenge. Date published: Elements inside of Bubbles, Morph I think they appear when you make large matches, but I'm not positive which allows you to pop the bubble when the desired element appears inside the bubble.

No timed mode, no Chicken Rush moves, no challenge. There's Casino Chaos a bit of challenge in relaxed mode which makes it less boring than it always becomes when there's none at all. The Blade clears an entire Vertical Line including gold cells and chains. Nothing new here as far as gameplay goes compared to most M3 games released lately -- at least not in the demo. Eventually the artifact was destroyed, but so was the Halflings village, and they blamed Ebbo for everything! The Battle Slots destroys a single element or chain of your choice. Ebbo the Halfling, was strolling through the forest one day, when he discovered a dead man holding an artifact.


You have a goal in each level. Bright colourful graphic, nice characters n story, relaxing music. The Axe destroys a single element or chain of your choice. I agreed with others, This is not perfect game, but i like the atmosphere of this game, bring a happiness. There are the usual obstructions of jewel tiles that require two matches over them, chained and double chained elements that require one or two matches of whichever element is chained, and there's even pesky spiders that will spin webs over the tiles if they aren't destroyed by a match under them. Although there aren't really any new features offered, it is a colorful, swap type Match 3 game. That's a must for me in an M3. A new feature has been added called Boss Stage, and it requires you to make matches of tiles directly above a Giant Spider that shuffles right and left, to fill up the meter to destroy it before time runs out. There are obstacles to overcome such as chains that must be broken by making a match with the object under the chain. I found the graphics crisp, bright and pleasant and I experienced no technical problems. Has a storyline as described below, not so keen on some of the creatures flying around in the story, but it is fantasy. That material comes from the matches you make on the board.

11 thoughts on “The Enthralling Realms: The Blacksmiths Revenge

  1. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by mmdgaston from love Ebbo the Halfling, was strolling through the forest one day, when he discovered a dead man holding an artifact. No extras.

  2. Relaxing gameplay and music. It's okay, but I think I've been spoiled by much better games. The Hammer destroys a single element or chain, the Explosion Spell has a four element range of destruction, and the Magic Charm will destroy all elements of one chosen type.

  3. This is a Swap type of Match 3 game, where you swap tiles to make Matches of at least 3 identical elements. The Mana Meter is refilled by making any Match, but larger matches will fill the meter more quickly. The levels progress nicely with slightly more challenge with each one. As of half way thru the demo: Love the music and the fact that a Match 3 has a real story. Game play wasn't annoyingly slow as I've experienced in some other games -- smooth, quick matching with no waiting for all tiles to drop before making another one.

  4. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by mmdgaston from love It's your basic match 3 game. There is a story line and characters who appear. Pretty much a basic match 3 game, not very difficult but still fun and relaxing. I really need go no further "badgerfann" says and feels how I also felt about this game and I take my hat off to this player, as I didn't get that far - Oh well back to playing what I was playing before trying this game and I am sorry but this one is not a buy for me.

  5. You are working with Alice the Witch a very nice young lady and the poor halfling, Ebbo, to restore Ebbo's village after a very nasty war. Some match 3 screens have me tearing my hair out but otherwise having a great time playing this. Pretty much a basic match 3 game, not very difficult but still fun and relaxing.

  6. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by Chigal from Boring! You can earn up to 3 Stars per level, which is a little more difficult than you'd think, to earn all three, enjoy! No extras.

  7. But there is no special about gameplay, its just an ordinary match-3 game. Although there aren't really any new features offered, it is a colorful, swap type Match 3 game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by denniann2 from easy laid-back game a nice M3 with nice power-ups. As of half way thru the demo: Love the music and the fact that a Match 3 has a real story.

  8. Pretty much a basic match 3 game, not very difficult but still fun and relaxing. If you're not an arachnaphobe, this game is well worth trying to see if you like it. Story is blah, the levels are too easy and the effects for making big matches aren't any fun. I'm glad the developer didn't give up on us and decided to go back to the drawing board to make a few adjustments.

  9. It's a good Match 3 game, especially if you haven't played other e-FunSoft M3 games, but from what I can tell, there's only one mode of difficulty. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by karenmusik from I Wasn't Enthralled I started feeling bored right at the start when I couldn't move forward through the dialogue without skipping. Graphics were blah, dialogue rather moronic, little village kid unnecessary and the gems just melted into the framework making it difficult to make them out, not to mention pretty much the same music as the previous no-so-Enthralling games. There are the usual obstructions of jewel tiles that require two matches over them, chained and double chained elements that require one or two matches of whichever element is chained, and there's even pesky spiders that will spin webs over the tiles if they aren't destroyed by a match under them.

  10. Once again, a pop-up window appears before the game begins warning you that you may have to play the game in Windowed Mode if you are playing on Windows 10, however, I didn't select the windowed option and I didn't have any issues whatsoever, but then again, I didn't have any issues with the last game. If you own any other M3 game by this developer, you may find that it has too many similarities, and I saw no option to select Difficulty Modes such as Relaxed, Normal or Hard. The atmosphere of this game hooked me to play and more play.

  11. You will earn a Gold, Silver or Bronze Trophy on each level and you can replay the levels to earn a better score. Abhor, detest, loathe--I can't tell you how much I hate all the spiders, especially in the scenes between and behind the matching levels. Story is blah, the levels are too easy and the effects for making big matches aren't any fun. It's okay, but I think I've been spoiled by much better games. If you own any other M3 game by this developer, you may find that it has too many similarities, and I saw no option to select Difficulty Modes such as Relaxed, Normal or Hard.

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