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7 Wonders II

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Reviewer:  spyroluver98
Location:  United States
It was pretty fun like the first one. I like having to make a million matches and stuff. It was enjoyable!

Featured 7 Wonders II Hint:
When you execute a combo, don't watch idly! You can continue to clear blocks as the combo takes place.


18 MB
Estimated download time:
Cable/DSL: 33 seconds
Dial-up: 45 minutes

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Journey back in time with the 7 Wonders series to when magnificent structures were being built in far away lands. Enjoy challenging match-3 gameplay in a newly enhanced interactive environment where you not only learn about marvelous new wonders such as Stonehenge and Taj Mahal, but also watch them come to life piece by piece before your very eyes.



  Free Trial Version!

Same great game. Totally fresh look and feel.
Incredibly enhanced animation
New explosive power-ups such as the Single Cell Bomb, Chameleon and Timer Freeze
Seven all new locations to explore and Wonders to learn about
Take part in the construction by choosing what section of the Wonders to build first and visually see the progress on the screen and the game board
  for only $19.99

 Full Unlimited Version.
 Instant activation.
 No additional downloads.
 No shipping, waiting or CD-ROM     necessary.

Minimum System Requirements:
Windows 98/98SE/2000/Me/XP
Processor: PIII 1.0 GHz
DirectX 8.1
256 MB RAM
Free hard drive space: 65 MB
SVGA 32MB DirectX 8.1
DirectX-Compliant Sound Card
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7 Wonders II
Written by: spyroluver98  | Read all reviews by this user

Pros: 
The pretty colors.

Cons: 
I didnt like the fact that it got more and more uninteresting.

Comments: 
It was pretty fun like the first one. I like having to make a million matches and stuff. It was enjoyable!
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