How to play
The most basic action in Azkend is to string together similar items on the board. There are two goals in the level: 1) turn the whole board blue 2) lower the talisman part by eliminating items under it. Items can be stringed together by doing the following:
The relic your archaeological team found in Far Asia was more powerful than you thought. Now your mission is to reach the Temple of Time and return the relic to lift the curse. In the adventure mode you will journey all the way up to the Temple of Time where you must make a difficult decision. The adventure mode is relaxing but there may be some tight spots once in a while.
In the survival mode you use one of the talismans you have unlocked to survive as long as possible. In this mode levels follow each other quickly and you need to keep ahead the clock as long as you can. Try to reach 10 stars and more!
Special TilesOn your journey you will also encounter special tiles. The tiles are described below.
TalismansYou earn talisman by completing levels. There are a total of 8 talismans. A talisman consists of five pieces so a new talisman will be completed every five levels. After you have completed all the eight talismans, you start collecting gems on the Relic. You can activate the power of a talisman by stringing together similar talisman items. The more items you string together, the greater the effect will be!
Minimum system requirements for playing Azkend
Note to Windows Vista usersPlease download the newest Windows Vista drivers for your graphics card.
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