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Azkend 2: The World Beneath

by 10tons Ltd
Rated: All Ages

Price: $4.99
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
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Product Features

  • Carefully polished match-3 puzzle gameplay
  • Three game modes including adventure and challenges
  • Over 60 levels in the story mode
  • Professional voice overs in story scenes
  • Cinematic soundtrack by Jonathan Geer

Product Description

Step aboard a fantastic adventure! Enjoy amazing match-3 gameplay and discover some of the most astonishing worlds ever imagined.


"Put simply, match-3 games don’t reach higher quality than what you'll find in Azkend 2." 5/5

"Azkend 2 is a surprise on every level, combining puzzles and a great story for a memorable adventure." 4/4 (must have)

"Azkend 2 is a gorgeous tile-matching puzzle game ideal for casual gamers." 4.5/5

"Overall, I was extremely impressed with the quality of Azkend 2. The puzzles are lots of fun and challenging. The app has exceptional graphics and is very well designed." 5/5

"Azkend 2 HD is a terrific 4.5-Dimple stud." 4.5/5

"An elegantly designed puzzle adventure game with astonishing looks."

"Azkend 2: The World Beneath is definitely from the Champion’s Stable and offers seriously addictive game-play along with several interesting twists I’ve not seen in any other matching tile release."


While traveling from Liverpool to New York your ship was pulled down into a massive maelstrom and you woke up in a place that may have never been gazed upon by the eyes of men. From now on your goal is to ascend from the bowels of the earth and return to civilization.


Enjoy dozens of exciting levels with variable gameplay in the story mode. The Jules Vernesque story of your journey is told with gorgeous animated full screen scenes and professional voice overs. Experience awe and wonder as you move through fantastic, changing locations.

Azkend 2 challenges you with several different and exciting level styles throughout the adventure. You can earn nearly 20 unique powerups and over a dozen achievements. Choose your powerups wisely for each level to hasten your journey.

Azkend 2 also includes two challenge game modes. Time-challenge is a bite-sized two minute game where you'll try to gain as many points as possible and gain fame on the leaderboards. In Medals-challenge you can replay all the levels from the story and try to gain a medal from each one.

Technical Details

Size: 71.7MB
Version: 1.1.9
Developed By: 10tons Ltd
Application Permissions: ( Help me understand what permissions mean )
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Minimum Operating System: Android 2.3
Approximate Download Time: More than 5 minutes

Customer Reviews

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This is a very fun game, in my opinion. I'm not usually drawn to matching games, but I figured I would give this one a shot.

First of all, the graphics for this game are amazing. It's very visually appealing, and the images are nearly crystal clear. The music is also really good, and it fits the mood of the game in basically every scenario.

The gameplay itself is pretty simple. All you have to do is match three or more tiles in a row, and there are powerups throughout the game that help you clear the board more easily. Your goal is to complete the task for each mode of gameplay, and then retrieve the object you are currently looking for. I don't know how many modes there are, but so far I've come across fog clearing and classic mode, where you make all of the tiles blue. After you do those tasks (for whichever mode you happen to be in), the object will appear on one of the upper tiles. You then have to clear the tiles underneath and get the object to one of the bottom glowing tiles. That part can become very tricky, even frustrating, but at least there's challenge.

I like the fact that this game has a storyline to it. It's those types of games that really pull me in, even if the game itself is bad. This is the first game I've come across that actually has audible dialogue as well as subtitles, which is also good. The only thing I don't like is the quality of the voiceovers. It's not that bad considering this is a Kindle App, but it still is distracting for me, at least.

At first sight, I can see how it can become repetitive, but then you have the growth in difficulty over time, and the mini challenge where you are trying to find the location of the closeup image in between chapters.
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Less than two weeks after the original Azkend (which I also reviewed) was the Free App of the Day, its sequel takes the top slot. In gameplay terms, little has changed: you still select existing matches of three or more to progress. The story mode includes both "classic" gameplay from the first Azkend, where making matches turns those tiles blue and you have to change the whole grid to that color, and a new "fog" version where you have to dispel fog from certain tiles by making matches on adjacent tiles. In both modes, once you've completed the initial task, a special item is dropped in at the top of the grid, and you have to make matches below it to drop it to the bottom and finish the level. Also returning from the original Azkend is the thunder meter, which fills up a little every time you make a match that progresses gameplay (turns at least one tile blue or dispels a little fog). When it's full, it'll turn a few more tiles blue or dispel fog, depending on the mode. Making matches of six or more will also clear extra tiles. As you progress, you unlock power-ups that, when included in matches, make things easier for you in various ways.

So most of the gameplay is the same. What's different? The big thing is that the visuals and sound are much improved. The original Azkend got a lot of praise for its graphics, but I found them adequate at best. This one is much sharper, pretty gorgeous even on an HD screen. And there's nice music, plus some voice acting in the story mode, which makes it feel more substantial even though it's just the usual few sentences of text. The difficulty is also a bit higher, which is welcome as I found the original Azkend too easy.
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While described by many as a "match three game", this game (in both versions) is far more than that. You draw trails among at least three pieces to remove them from the board (and rearrange the board). The more you remove at one time, the better.

There are many twists such as locked spaces, frozen spaces, etc. Essentially to unlock the space you either have to remove a piece adjacent to it or remove a piece on that space twice. You are assisted by lightning strikes as you build up charge from releasing longer chains of pieces, wildcards, and other devices.

Compared to the first version of the game, I think the pieces in this version are a bit small, which may have contributed to problem number two. I much preferred the larger spaces and portrait orientation of the first version.

Second, in later screens the game is often bugged. Spaces which have no blocks sometimes will just not path as they should. Since each screen is timed, this wastes valuable time as you try to path through a space that just won't work. It's not a problem with screen sensitivity ... after the pieces rearrange from a different move sometimes that space will become pathable again. This is definitely a bug and a very frustrating one.

Third, sometimes the game decides you are done with pathing through spaces before you are actually done pathing through spaces. I did not encounter this issue with the first edition of the game, and again it may have to do with it's detection along smaller spaces. So occasionally what should have been a seven space chain would sadly be detected as a five space move by the game, leaving an unusable two space combo left over.

Outside of these issues, the art in the game is top notch, and the game itself is different and interesting.
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