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Test your accuracy and help the tiger to win in Bengal - Game of Gods!
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Bengal - Game of Gods was available as a giveaway on October 17, 2021!

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Travel across the Indian continent with a tiger in this exciting puzzle adventure. The friendly large cat will throw the balls wherever you point, so aim carefully. Group together three or more balls of the same color to make them disappear from the chain. Creative powerups will help you navigate each of the levels, which get more challenging as you progress.

  • Original powerups;
  • Unlimited play;
  • Clever game mechanics.

System Requirements:

Windows 2000/ XP/ VISTA/ 7/ 8/ 10; CPU: 600MHz or faster Processor; RAM: 128 MB





File Size:

22.4 MB



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Bengal: Game of Gods:

In Brief:
Bengal - Game of Gods is a bubble popping match 3 and was originally given away on April 29, 2017, where it received a positive 88% from 34 votes with 16 comments which you can see HERE

You can see a few videos of game play HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE as well as some BFG community reviews HERE and HERE
Travel across the Indian continent with a tiger in this exciting puzzle adventure. The friendly large cat will throw the balls wherever you point, so aim carefully. Group together three or more balls of the same colour to make them disappear from the chain. Creative powerups will help you navigate each of the levels, which get more challenging as you progress.

Reference accessed HERE 8th October 2021

The Game:
In Bengal: Game of Gods, you control a striped tiger who must throw a coloured ball at a long string of multi-coloured balls that snake out onto the screen. The balls follow a specific path, which varies from level to level, and ends inside the mouth of a stone monkey. Your goal is to aim and shoot the ball so that it touches same-coloured balls (example: blue with blue); when three or more touch — one of which must be your ball — they explode and disappear. The goal is to clear the entire chain before it makes its way into the monkey’s mouth.

If you don’t want the colour held by the tiger (e.g. red), you can swap it with the one on his back (such as green) by simply clicking the right-mouse button. The left-mouse button fires the ball onto the game board.

After every dozen levels or so, the board get increasingly faster and more complex as you travel through the Indian continent. Bengal: Game of Gods, however, adds a few interesting twists to this tried-and-true formula Golden statues will pop up from time to time during the level, and in different places, so you can shoot a ball to destroy it for bonus points.

Power-ups will appear on each board, represented by an icon inside a coloured ball. Depending on the icon, you can slow down the speed of the track, temporarily reverse it, increase your accuracy with a light that shines in the direction of your throw, blow up a part of the chain, or turn all nearby balls into the same colour. In order to use the power-up you must make a match of at least three touching balls with the same colour as the power-up ball.

After the first few levels, you’ll notice the path of the stringed balls will actually change shape before your eyes. This adds another layer of strategy as you must alter the direction of your tiger’s throw to suite the new path. It may also interfere with your ball in mid-flight as it’ll end up somewhere you didn’t anticipate.

Visually speaking, Bengal: Game of Gods looks decent for its age and of course colourful; the exotic theme plays well throughout the level architecture, tiger and monkey animations and map screen, not to mention the middle-eastern music fits well, too.

It would be remiss, though, not to mention a few glaring issues with the game. Bengal: Game of Gods only features one game mode; it would have been better to include three or four different game types (each with unique rules) to add to the game’s replay factor.

More importantly is an issue with how the next colour ball is shown. Because you’re looking at the chain instead of your tiger, you are seeing the next ball colour out of the corner of your eye. The coloured ball you’re about to toss onto the screen is only an inch away from the ball that will precede it, so many times I mistakenly thought I was shooting a red ball, for example, because it was queued up on the tiger’s back, when in fact it was a yellow ball, which ruined my shot. Compare this to games such as Zuma or Pirate Poppers, where the ball you may swap is much smaller than the one you’re firing, so you don’t get them confused.

If you can get past these issues, and the fact there are many similar games out there in cyberspace, the extra features found in Bengal: Game of Gods, such as the fun power-ups and a shifting chain, makes it worth playing.

Reference accessed HERE; original review written by Marc Saltzman on 5th June 2006. Reposted and edited by Whiterabbit-uk on the 28th April 2017 and then reposted 8th October 2021.

If you ever played the Zuma series of bubble popping games, this is similar, though not quite as good IMO; still if you enjoy bubble poppers, it's worth adding to your library.

It is quite old, so attempting to play it in a window (via the options menu), you'll find on more modern monitors the games window will be small (on my 24.5'' monitor it takes up about span style="font-size: xx-large;">Issues?:
If you have any issues starting , downloading or installing the game, please first refer to the FAQ's thread over in the giveaway game discussion forum HERE



Notes on Security

I scanned a zipped copy of the installed game using Virus Total and it found 3 hits (VBA32, MaxSecure & Jiangmin ) from 61 antimalware engines. These are a few of only several that often tag TooMKY Games from all the others; most of which are better known and more reliable, 59 other antimalware engines found the installed game safe, so it's very likely to be a false positive.

The downloaded executable 'may' include some low level adware that opens your browser to TooMKY Games home page after the game has installed and may place some shortcuts onto your desktop; these can be safely deleted once the game has installed.

The installation does NOT inject any malware into your system. When your browser is opened to TooMKY Games home page following the games installation, it earns TooMKY Games games some money, part of which is given to the developer of the game for allowing the game to be given away free. The giveaway version of TooMKY games version has had most of the adware disabled.

You can see the results of the scan via the following link:


Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  2 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+16)


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deal HERE.

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  2 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+18)

Simply a fun game to play. I remember when Zuma first came out, the copy cats came after. An enjoyable game on this Sunday before the rain storms come in.

Reply   |   Comment by sailorbear510  –  2 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)


Hi sailorbear510

Yes The Zuma games were and still are some of my favourite bubble poppers and in my opinion the best examples of this match three/bubble popping sub genre, together with the Luxor series My favourites of this genre are Zuma's Revenge and Luxor: Quest for the Afterlife. You can get a demo of both Zuma Deluxe and Zuma's Revenge and most of the Luxor games from the first to Quest for the Afterlife via Steam.

Todays game doesn't quite come up to the standard of the two I've mentioned (IMO), but is still one of the better ones, and definitely worth downloading if you like bubble popping match three's

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  2 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

I downloaded the game but when I click on Setup.exe (and agree to the pop-ups) nothing happens. It's not installing the game. :(

Reply   |   Comment by GrammieRee  –  2 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)


Hi GrammieRee,
It's likely that your security is blocking the install. Because the weekend giveaways are wrapped in a Themida wrapper, some security software will block it because Themida wrappers can also be used to wrap malware. Most security software will now allow gamegiveaways to be installed with no warnings, but there are still some antimalware engines that as a precaution will block, and even delete the installation media.

Please check the FAQ's thread over in the game discussion forums sticky section HERE.

The usual fix for this issue is to reboot your computer in safe mode with networking, install the game, then reboot, or temporarily turn off your security, install the game, then reboot your security, or whitelist the giveaway files with your security then install.

Please do let me know if the above or any other fix via the FAQ's thread fixed the issue. Thank you.

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  2 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

I downloaded this game years ago and it is an addictive game, sometimes frustrating one too. It is well worth the effort in downloading and trying it out, I'm quite sure you won't be disappointed.
I've never gotten to the end, highest level is about 84 or 85, but I think it has 100 levels to it. If Whiterabbit-uk or anybody else can confirm, I will be grateful.
Thanks Whiterabbit-uk.

Reply   |   Comment by Hughjocapivvy  –  2 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+13)
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