Stones of Rome
System Requirements
  • System Requirements
  • Windows XP / Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • 1.8 GHz Pentium 4 or equivalent
  • 512 MB Ram
  • Uninstall instructions
Award Value: 3 Stamps
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Stones of Rome 

Chase a monkey through Roman catacombs to put your map back together and find the exit in Stones of Rome Deluxe, an intriguing puzzle game. James is enjoying his visit to the catacombs of Rome, when a monkey steals his map from his backpack. He has to search every dark corner in every new corridor to find all the pieces of the map and find his way out. Join him in this challenging matching quest!

  • take on a challenge in this intriguing 3-in-a-row puzzle
  • chase a mischievous monkey through many adventurous levels
  • enjoy the easy to learn gameplay that's hard to put down
  • help James to find his way back to his friends
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Reviews of Stones of Rome
 | Added on: March 13, 2013
This is one of the more unique games I have seen in quite some time. The basic idea is simple: remove the stones in the middle by making matches of three, drawing stones from the outside grid. Stones are lined up three deep in the shape of a square, and you must move these stones to the middle to make matches. The concept is simple, but the execution can be quite complex. As you move through the levels more complications are added to the grid, such as columns that cannot be moved. You must think ahead as far as possible in order to clear the board. I believe older kids would enjoy the challenge, and it's an excellent exercise for older players such as myself. The story line is thin, and I'm not even sure why the developers felt any story was necessary, because the fun and challenge is in the play. If you like unique puzzle challenges, I believe you will really enjoy this game. If I had a criticism it would be that the game is pretty short, but I believe the game would be just as enjoyable the second time around.
 | Added on: March 22, 2013
I bought the full version after only a few minutes of the demo because this is just the type of relaxing logic-based game I'd been hoping for. The ambiance is very soothing while game play stimulates thinking. I really don't like the usual generic board full of tiles to be swapped in most match-3 games, but I do love ones like Emerald Tale where tiles around the board must be moved to clear a path or, in this case, moved into position to remove tiles and clear the board. After the first couple of levels this game becomes very chess-like in thinking ahead, without the competition! It's perfect for me, but I do agree that a fuller story line could have nudged it up a bit. Good game.
 | Added on: March 15, 2013
The idea behind the game was kind of interesting and original but otherwise I was really bored playing the free trial. If you like games that are a little more in depth and have a fun story line this is not the game for you.
 | Added on: March 18, 2013
Thought I would really enjoy this game but it became quite boring when I had to repeat some levels over and over. Game turns difficult rather quickly. It didn't have enough pizazz to keep me involved. Try it for yourself. You might enjoy.
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