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Where Herofy falls apart is in the difficulty curve, which just doesn’t make any sense at all. Once you’re out of the game’s tutorial, there’s no real logic behind when levels are easy or hardy to complete within the time limit. There are eight power-ups to buy and you can equip up to four, but the cheapest of them is the only one that you’ll find yourself using regularly. While match-3 games are to some extent usually meant to be relaxing, Herofy is so repetitive it eventually becomes tedious.