Essentially, Royal Match ads showcase a puzzle/matching game that adds to the pressure by requiring players to save characters in precarious situations. It looks like a lot of fun honestly!
But, sadly, many mobile games that showcase this type of gameplay are deceptive, and these puzzles act as mini-games, not the full game. Is the same true for Royal Match?
So, the above response is the quick answer and, honestly, what you need to know. We’ll provide some additional info and context below, but that should cover the main question.
Royal Match gameplay and FAQ
Royal Match’s gameplay is similar to many match-3 type puzzle games on the market. Players need to clear boards to earn rewards that they will use to improve their castle and kingdom.
The Kingdom building portion is a secondary part of the game and something that really happens automatically.
We have played the game for a handful of hours now and have only encountered two of the mini-games that are present in Royal Match’s ads.
It’s a bit disappointing, but the main offering is a solid puzzle game. So, if you are looking for a new matching puzzle game and like the idea of the timed events from the ad, the game is probably worth checking out.
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