Match-3 Pets is the building where players can hatch eggs and breed pets. Players must complete a match-3 game to finish the production of any new offspring, whether it is through breeding or hatching. The match-3 game revolves around matching three or more of the same icon on the game board. Players must match a certain number of faction-icons to complete the match-3 game and unlock a new pet.

Unlocking and Upgrading

Level Cost Unlocks Available at

garrison level

Lv. 1


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Match-3 Games

There are three types of Match-3 game modes, each with the same goal of matching groups of faction-icons together.

Hatching PogChamp, LuL, SMOrc or TriHard eggs: players must tap groups of faction-icons to eliminate them from the board. Depending on how large the group, certain power-ups may form.

Matching PogChamp, LuL, SMOrc, or TriHard pets: players must swipe adjacent icons to form rows or columns of icons of the same faction.

Hatching Kappa(Pride) eggs or matching Kappa(Pride) pets: players must drag-select as many icons of the same faction as possible, where selecting 7 or more eliminates all the icons from that faction on the board.


Faction-icons are the symbols that appear on the game board. Players must match three icons of similar faction and color by moving adjacent icons on the game board to win the match-3 game. There are six distinct faction-icons, and every icon stands for a faction, with the exception of the heart-icon and star-icon. The heart-icon is exclusively used to breed pets; meanwhile, the star-icon represents the Kappa and KappaPride factions together and is used to hatch eggs from those factions.

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All TriHard SMOrc LUL PogChamp Kappa(Pride)

Gem Cost


Moving icons on the game board costs a certain number of Gems. Players can move as many icons as they want to until they run out of Gems.

Speed Bonus

In match-3 games, players can reduce the cost of moving icons by matching them fast. The price reduction increases as players build momentum and speed. During high-paced gameplay, players earn speed-streaks and speed-streak stacks, resulting in multiple price-reductions being active at the same time.


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Match-3 games can be harder or easier to complete depending on the pet’s rarity and faction. In general, the difficulty of the game can increase in three ways:

  • Players must collect more or fewer faction-icons depending on the pet in question, thus adjusting the difficulty.
  • The field can contain five or six types of icons, making it more challenging to match icons.
  • The field features solid and destructible icons, making it harder to match specific icons.

In the case of breeding pets, the rarity of the parents decides the difficulty of the game. However, in the case of hatching eggs, Kappa and KappaPride eggs are harder to hatch than the rest.

Breeding Pets


To breed pets, players must select two pets of the same faction and complete a match-3 game. The pet’s characteristics vary and probability decides the pet’s attributes including stars, levels, and appearance.

Breeding Shinies

When breeding a pet with a shiny pet, there is a small chance for the offspring to be a colorized or pseudo-shiny pet. The colorized pet inherits the same color shift as their parents, but it cannot pass down its color shift to offspring. The ancestry of the shiny pet, therefore, dies out with its family. Nevertheless, there is always a small chance to produce a shiny pet from any breeding process, including from non-shiny pets.

Pet Parents

Parents are also subject to change during the breeding process. They transfer attributes to each other, resulting in improvements for one pet and downgrades for another. In the breeding window, the position of the pet decides who receive and who transfers attributes.

  • The pet on the right will transfer its characteristics: stars and levels to the pet on the left, but only if it

results in upgrades.

  • The pet on the left will transfer its attributes; stars and levels to the pet on the right, overriding any stars and levels that it may have, resulting in potential downgrades.

Pets swap their attributes in the process of breeding, but it is only the pet on the left that will receive the upgrades; meanwhile, the pet on the right suffers from downgrades.

Kappa and KappaPride Pets


Kappa and KappaPride pets cannot produce offspring. This means that when matching Kappa or KappaPride pets, you will simply be swapping attributes, and not producing a new pet. However, players can still hatch their eggs to obtain pets from those factions.

Hatching Eggs

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To hatch eggs, the player simply selects the egg they want to hatch and complete a match-3 game. The pet’s characteristics vary and probability decides the pet’s attributes including stars, levels, and appearance. Moreover, it is less likely to hatch a pet with higher levels and stars.

Luck Score


Luck score, also known as luck, is a value that displays the odds of obtaining rare and valuable pets from the breeding pets. Every faction has their distinct luck score, and to increase the luck score of one faction, players must collect pets from that faction.


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Boosts are consumables that players can buy to clear icons on the game board. There are two types of boosts, the power-ups, and the tactical nuke. They have their own methods of removing the icons on the field, and they cost a certain number of Gems. Some clear specific rows, horizontally, vertically, and so forth, while the tactical nuke clears the entire board. During the boost, all icons vanish from the board and necessary icons count towards the progress bar.

Tactical Nukes

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The Tactical Nuke is a powerful boost that clears the entire field. However, the tactical nuke does not clear solid obstacles since they make the game more difficult on purpose. Players cannot encounter them in the field. They can only be bought using Gems.


Power-ups are random boosts, specially designed to clear part of the game board. There are five power-ups and players may encounter them on the game board. Players can also buy them using Gems in the Match-3 store. Upon purchase, one of the five power-ups appears and clears part of the game board. They have their own methods of clearing obstacles and faction-icons.

Merging Power-ups

When power-ups occur next to each other, they merge into one. Their capabilities merge to form a powerful reaction that combines their unique abilities.

Icon Power-Up Effect
  • Bombs blow a big hole in the game board and eliminate all surrounding icons.
  • A bomb occurs on the game board when four icons or more are cleared and assembled in cross or "T" formation
Paper Plane
  • Paper planes clear icons around it in plus formation and flies afterwards to another location where it eliminates more icons.
  • A paper plane occurs on the game board when four icons are cleared in a square formation
  • A paper plane does not clear chests.
Rainbow Ball
  • Rainbow balls eliminate one specific color from the game board, making it a powerful device.
  • The color which the rainbow ball decides to eliminate is determined by what kind of icons that was used to summon it.
  • A rainbow ball occurs on the game board when five icons are assembled in straight vertical or horizontal line.
Vertical Rocket
  • Vertical Rockets clears entire rows in a vertical line on the game board.
  • The vertical rocket occurs when on the gameboard when four icons are assembled in vertical line.
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Horizontal Rocket
  • The Horizontal Rocket clears an entire horizontal line on the game board.
  • The Horizontal Rocket occurs on the game board when four icons are assembled in a horizontal line.
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