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Halloween Trouble 3 match-3 game releases

halloween trouble 3 match-3 game releases on linux mac and windows pc

Halloween Trouble 3 match-3 game releases on Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. All due to the creative efforts of developer Ironcode Gaming. Now available on Steam with a discount and ahead of Halloween.

Ironcode Gaming announced the release of Halloween Trouble 3. Due to be a Spooky Match-3 puzzler. So players can get into the mood for Halloween with this innovative Match 3 game. The game is available worldwide through Steam for multiple platforms.

After many years, Jane is revisiting her ancestral home. She intends to stay there and celebrate Halloween with her friends.
However, when she steps into her home, she is in for a huge surprise! Not only is the big house empty. It is also missing all the furniture. Welcome to Halloween Trouble 3.

With Halloween just round the corner. Hopefully Jane be able to get the house ready in time?

Halloween Trouble 3 Trailer

This is a match 3 game with fun mechanics and enjoyable gameplay. The levels are varied and replayable. The game itself also includes mini-games. While letting you player Jigsaw, Memory, Chain Solitaire, and Slider.
Spooky pre-rendered graphics and high quality music. Which also makes exploring enjoyable and compliments the gameplay. While turning the game into an enchanting halloween experience. One that the player is due to remember.

Halloween Trouble 3 is a family friendly, fun Match-3. The included mini games certainly add a bit of extra fun.

Features:

  • Easy to pick up and play
  • Get into the Halloween mood!
  • Jigsaw, Memory, Chain Solitaire, Slider minigames
  • 150 levels of Match 3 fun
  • Gameplay options can be changed anytime
  • New types of runes and tiles for enhanced Match 3 gameplay

With Halloween just round the corner, will Jane be able to get the house ready in time?
Its up to you to make the right choices.

Halloween Trouble 3 match-3 game releases on Steam with a 15% discount. At least until October 14th. But you can expect support for Linux, Mac, and Windows PC.

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