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Kids, unseasoned match-three players and those looking for a challenge without pressure will find joy in 7 Wonders: Treasures of Seven along with its upbeat music. If you like to be on the edge of your seat and feel lots of action, this may not be one of the wonders you hope to find in the world of casual games.
7 Wonders: Treasures of Seven isn't a bad game, but it could be better. I would have appreciated bonuses that rewarded you for chaining multiple match-three combos. In addition, 7 Wonders doesn't offer anything all that new or innovative for the genre. What it does add throws a convoluted bolt into the mix which takes some of the simplistic fun out of the pot. In addition, the game is way overpriced at $20. It also doesn't help that there are better match three games out there.