- Publisher: Max Gaming Technologies, LLC
- Genre: Entertainment
- Released: 9 Jun, 2009
- Size: 8.8 MB
- Price: FREE!
- App Store Info
DescriptionFor the first time ever you can now own for your iPhone or iPod Touch the sensational match 3 puzzle game Kachinko, previously only available for the Windows, Mac OSX and Linux platforms.
Kachinko is an action packed, fusion of the ever popular “match 3” puzzle game combined with the style and game play of Japanese Pachinko machines to give a unique gaming experience that requires you to utilize quick wits with strategy in order to succeed.
The goal of the game is simple. Colored balls are dropped from the top of the screen and interact with a variety of bumpers, fans and other physics based obstacles towards the bottom of the screen. Your job is to move the chutes at the bottom of the screen to catch the balls and make matches of 3 or more similar colored balls without allowing a chute to overflow or without running out of balls for the game to drop. The challenge is significantly increased as the as you proceed further into the levels with the game speed increasing at a steady rate, requiring you to react faster, put together longer chains and set up massive combos in order to get a score worthy of completing a level.
To assist you with this, Kachinko features various random offensive and defensive power-ups such as Eliminators, Stackwipers, Color-Changers and many others to keep the game play fresh and exciting as you work your way through the increasingly formidable levels.
Don't drop the ball, download Kachinko today!
Here is what people are saying about Kachinko:
“A unique match-3 puzzle game. Honest!”
- Matt Dunn, iphonegamenetwork.com
The Full version of Kachinko on the iPhone includes:
- 3 exciting new machines of increasing difficulty to master.
- New powerups to help against the onslaught of balls the machines try to throw at you.
-New machine defenses to try and throw you off your game.
- Unlimited and Uninterrupted play on all 4 machines. Can you become the real Master of Kachinko?