System Requirements
  • System Requirements
  • Windows 2000 / Windows XP / Windows 10
  • 700 MHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 32 MB Ram
  • Uninstall instructions
Award Value: 1 Stamp
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Use your puzzle skills to lift an evil curse in this brain-bending challenge. Explore ancient ruins in your quest to match stones and find the pieces of the Amulet of Angkor. Find your way around the devious chain traps. Use the power of the golden trident to blast the stones with lightning. A magical golden age waits at the end of your puzzling journey. Are you the one who will bring hope to lands of Angkor? Find out in this exotic adventure.

  • Nine Beautiful Locations
  • Original Traps and Pitfalls
  • Helpful Bonus Items
  • Hours of Addictive Fun
  • Gorgeous Full-Screen Graphics
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Reviews of Angkor
 | Added on: July 8, 2010
I might have enjoyed this game, but the motion of the pieces gave me a headache by the third level and I just couldn't take anymore.
 | Added on: September 3, 2010
I do get a bit fed up with the run of the mill Match 3 games, which just seem to stick to the same boring framework and just change the icons, I usually avoid them, but I gave Angkor a go and quite enjoyed it. Angkor is a fairly standard Match 3, but one of the better ones on the market and I as happy to play it right through. Nice graphics, well thought out levels. . . Not much more I can say about it really.
 | Added on: November 2, 2009
I found this game very good and rather addictive. It has a timeless mode and so can be played and enjoyed in a relaxed manner. The graphics are excellent and padlocks are included which make it even more interesting.
 | Added on: November 9, 2009
I have played the entire game all the way through 5 times & am playing it again. I am addicted. It is challenging yet relaxing.
 | Added on: September 23, 2010
I have a lot of games including quite a few Match 3 games, so when I try before I buy, I'm extremely critical. I had read that Angkor was different and extremely challenging; and that proved to be true. You can play in Classic (timed) or Timeless mode. It looks like from the reviews that you either love it or hate it; but take it from me, if you are looking for an extremely challenging Match 3 game, this is it! In fact, I'd be interested in knowing if anyone out there can "ace" all the levels! As you play various pieces lock up. You can earn power-ups with large matches. Give Angkor a try. It's kid friendly and has great replay value.
 | Added on: March 1, 2010
lots of fun, Challenging can return to it again and again
 | Added on: January 19, 2010
I was very hesitant to play this cause I thought this was going to be "just another match 3 game" but boy was I wrong as this really challenged. You can play this in a relaxed mode and go at your leisure or time mode. I only got to the second level during the free trial. I did the time mode and things lock up pretty quick to limit your moves. Even though I only aced time once and ran out of lives and had to start over, this is a game I will definitely be purchasing cause as I said this really challenged me. Hope to see more like it. The game is definitely addictive, kid friendly and good replay. Five star game all the way in my book.
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