7 Wonders: Ancient Alien Makeover

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  • Enjoyable theme – 4 difficulty levels
  • Weak story and writing

Adding to the 7 Wonders franchise is 7 Wonders: Ancient Alien Makeover a game all about creating amazing wonders with new alien technology. Match your way through building your own impressive landmarks on both PC and iOS.


Marking the fifth title in the series players can expect a high quality and refined game experience on offer. For those familiar with the previous games your objective is mostly the same as you travel the world constructing some of the greatest wonders by completing match three puzzles. New features though include the addition of Alien Energy and a side objective of creating your very own village.

For most of the game though it will be the familiar formula of jumping from Earth location to Earth location to engage in puzzle matching goodness. In total you’ll have 56 different levels to master with each having four difficultly levels to suit a large player base. You’ve got the normal timed mode along with advanced and insane for an extra challenge. Alternatively a Zen mode removes time limits and lets you relax on the way to each building completion.


Regardless of difficultly the objective is the same with players having to collect the limited resources from the game board by making matches of rune tiles. To make things more interesting you can also unlock some quick mini games by making specific colour matches on certain game areas and clear the board quickly by making 4 and 5 rune matches.

While 7 Wonders: Ancient Alien Makeover isn’t innovating the match genre the inclusion of an overarching game objective and the host of features to explore (achievements, multiple difficultly levels and the village) ensures you’ll stay interested.


  • Build the wonders of the world.
  • Play on one of four available difficulty levels.
  • Create your own village on your wonder quest.
  • The fifth game in the franchise.
  • Play on iOS devices or Windows.



Review Platform: iOS

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Samuel Franklin
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