Tiny Token Empires

Developer: Bulkypix

Current Version: 1.2

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 169 MB - Download


Tiny Token Empires is an amazing mix-it’s a puzzle game, « Match 3 » game and turn-based strategy game. The player plays one of the five major ancient empires: Rome, Greece, Egypt, Persia, or Carthage. By developing cities and armies, and annexing new territories, the player gradually expands his power over the world!

But Tiny Token Empires is also a “casual’ strategy game that doesn’t take itself too seriously. It contains a crazy comical universe: goofballs gods, super cute mythological monsters, clown legionnaires, and much more.


On a 3D map dividing the Mediterranean Basin into 75 territories, each nation starts the match with one single territory that includes its capital. Each territory provides stable revenue, and each city is able to train units of infantrymen, archers, boats, preachers, and the like. The point of the game is to mobilize maximum troop power to invade the maximum amount of territory, obtain maximum revenue, and so on, until the whole map is under total control.
When a battle starts between two armies, the game goes into Puzzle Mode in order to bring the confrontation to an end. A puzzle is presented in the form of a grid of 9x9 boxes. Each box contains a token. The armies and the 5 units that each of these armies can contain are displayed on both sides of this grid.


Key Features:
• Five campaigns – one per nation for over 15 hours of gaming.
• 5 nations, 5 heroes, 25 generals and 50 kinds of units!
• 5 kinds of puzzles to get through battles, digs, events and more.
• 3 difficulty levels that offer a new challenge every time.
• 4 other game modes to make the fun last even longer!
• Multiplayer feature


Release Notes:

- Add the multiplayer feature


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.1
Review by 1LoneWatcher

Only few things, other than that it - Was surprised as well... It's like a wicked RISK with mythology and logic games added... It's very enjoyable... A little pricey, but just as polished as anything you'd get in a physical gaming store. Only 2 issues are that you can't map zoom with a magic-mouse and it would be nice if buying defenses worked the same way as buying buildings, and you could easily click again and again to buy em all up in later game play. Also, it's not a huge download, so you can be playing it pretty quick if you give it a try.

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people
Version 1.1
Review by ...rmk

Would be better if you could turn of the hints... - …and if the game didn't didn't cheat so egregiously. Besides gaining extra value for matches and taking an unearned extra combat move now and again the game sometimes chooses to not grant a player earned extra turn. I am accustomed to 'puter games cheating. I would appreciate a bit more subtlety though. It's simple enough to imbalance a match-three game. Just weight the drops. You don't have to a give the AI, and I use the abbreviation most generously, free matches also. What is most annoying, beside not being able to turn of the freaking hints, is that this is a game I really want to like and the Dev seems to be intent upon making rgw game experience as unpleasant as possible.. As a capper, in the second Persian scenario (Uprising) the player loses on turn 2 before he has had an opportunity to act. At least that was the result the three times I attempted it. I posted these comments to the Dev more that a week ago with nary response. So, I give it 2 stars instead of the 5 I wish it deserved.

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people