Summary: In 2007, D3 made a splash in the RPG genre with Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords, combining RPG elements with the popular puzzle game Bejeweled. Two years later, Canadian developer Capybara Games developed its own puzzle/RPG hybrid, Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes, though the combination falls somewhat flat. Story-wise, Clash of Heroes is a prequel to Heroes of Might and Magic V, following five different protagonists whose paths cross at times.
Great use of MM franchise fun challenging puzzle rpg
Moe Betta, Amazon
16 June 2014
Summary: Not sure how well this game did in the sales department but its a great game, challenging, fun, artistic. The price is so low by now this is worth a pick up. I purchased it as a side order along with a few others and I still have it while most of the others have been traded in. Get this game you'll be happy.
Summary: This is one of the best games I have played on my 3DS so far. Once you pick this up you will have a hard time putting it down again. The mix between puzzle and rpg is a new concept for me and I find it amazing. I am really happy that I have this game.
Summary: I bought this game thinking it was something like Final Fantasy Tactics Advanced and was terribly surprised upon my initial playing of it. I was upset... for about five minutes. After learning to play and getting used to it, I became HIGHLY addicted to this game. [Slight spoiler ahead!!] My only major gripe was having to restart with each character. [/Spoiler] Overall, it's very fun.
Summary: My daughter likes a lot of the fantasy type games. However, she is not too enamored with this game. She says it needs more freedom to go where you want. When you are moving from place to place, it inhibits you from going to another area. You have to complete the objective for that area before being allowed to move on. So in other words, she feels it is a bit controlling. (my daughter is 14, if that helps) Overall, she feels there are not many options.