Heaven & Hell - Angelo's Quest
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  • System Requirements
  • Windows XP / Windows 7 / Windows 8
  • 2.0 GHz Pentium 4 or equivalent
  • 512 MB Ram
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Heaven & Hell - Angelo's Quest 

Discover Heaven & Hell - Angelo's Quest Deluxe, a funny 3-in-a-row challenge! Angelo is a rude and lazy angel, so he's sent to the depths of hell to think about his actions. While he's there, he has to retrieve seven artefacts that were stolen from heaven. Travel with him in Heaven & Hell - Angelo's Quest Deluxe!

  • go on a heavenly quest in this fantastic 3-in-a-row game
  • retrieve the artefacts and help Angelo to get back home
  • match four or more tiles for explosive power-ups
  • discover seven unique locations in more than 200 levels
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Reviews of Heaven & Hell - Angelo's Quest
 | Added on: October 8, 2012
 
It's quite nice for a match-3 game, not too difficult. The pictures are easy to distinguish. I won't comment on the music because I always switch it off. And here comes the BUT: There have been many requests for simmilar games that the unbroken tiles should be easier to see. This is another one of the games where the tiles blend into the background. I often had to search for the last few unbroken tiles, which is rather annoying and in my view reduces reduces the playability significantly. Unfortunately, only the Story-mode is available at first and you need to complete a lot of levels before the other modes are unlocked. Why? Finally, the storyline is useless. Just ignore it.
 | Added on: October 8, 2012
 
As the other reviewers have said, the matching is easy until the blocks, or "tablets", grow in number which means they become much smaller. Then it becomes a bit frustrating. I found the music to be a horrid and irritating replication of very bad 70's party music. At least where the player starts out down below anyway. I played the demo and stopped before reaching the "heaven" scenario. The dialog between the characters is insulting, childish and quite snarky. Not funny, nor entertaining. I suppose a sarcastic teenager might find it a bit amusing. Perhaps that is the target market for this game? And the game is quite sacrilegious to those who love the Lord. But, of course, we don't visit most game sites to find religious inspiration. We get it elsewhere, ; ) All in all not a total right-off, but there are much better games available with Game House. Love this site!
 | Added on: October 3, 2012
 
As far as match 3 goes this one leaves me flat. The contrast between the background and the blocks that need to be broken is hard for me to see. The music is ok if I turn it way down. The story line is weak as well.
 | Added on: October 6, 2012
 
This is a very poor game. The language of Angelo the angel is irreverant and may be offensive to some people. Additionally, the English syntax is poor to the point I wasn't even sure what he was saying in some places. The game play itself is also poor. As the levels progress the squares get smaller and smaller. When there were only one or two sqares (or tablets, as they were called) left on a level, I spent more time trying to figure out which squares still needed to be cleared than I did clearing them. As the game progressed the squares had to be cleared two and finally three times, which became quite tedious. None of the game play was difficult. You can acquire a "bomb" every time you match 4, so you could just blow up the pieces in the hard corners. A very boring and tedious game with insolent and sometimes blasphemous dialogue. Almost any match 3 would be better.
 | Added on: November 2, 2012
 
This wasn't my favorite match 3 game. It was very difficult to see what areas were left to clear on the board. This became very frustrating after about a half hour of play. Can't comment on the music of the game since I usually turn off the sound on match 3 games. Graphics could use a great deal of change.
 | Added on: October 11, 2012
 
don't like the graphics in this game. very hard to "see" the characters in the blocks. for some reason i couldn't hear the music. the story was jst silly. nothing in this game appealed to me. sorry, guys...
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