Summary: This is a great game! I've never played it before,yet I wanted to give it a try, since I am into RPG games.What an interesting puzzle! I think I have figured it out that snowy day. Even my sister enjoyed it-I wanted her to have it awhile, but we negoiated, and she gave it back-(bless her heart) This game rocks-thank you for this great game!!
Summary: This game is not what I was expecting. I was expecting a match 3 or 4 game. Although you do this in the game it is more like a battle game. You must increase your avatars strengths in different areas by defeating enemies or purchasing items at the "store". You cannot choose the look of your avatar. You are stuck with the person they have programmed into the game.
Summary: This is a great game in concept but it is not balanced for casual, or even not so casual, players. To succeed you need to be either very good, very fast, or very very patient while you practice to improve your skills. Actually you need a bit - or maybe a lot - of each. On the easiest level the battles start out fine and are quite fun. But even though it is set to easy, the opponent is slightly faster and apparently more skilled. Eventually you get overwhelmed.
Summary: This game is boring, especially when compared to its predecessors (Puzzle Quest 1 & 2 and Puzzle Kingdoms) which rocked. Puzzle Quest Galactrix was so-so, but still better than this one. The gameplay is slow and has none of the charm of the other games. The animations are lacking and unappealing. I wouldn't recommend this one at all.
Summary: I thought this game was awesome at first... To put a long story short, this game is un-inspired, cheesy, and bland. After 5 or 6 hours I put it down and never picked it up again. Not worth the $30 I paid for it.. The puzzle mechanics hold no true addictive power behind them. The story is awful and silly, boring, and the horizontal layout of the puzzles is awkward. The items and spells never seem to do anything worthwhile. All I want is another game as good as PQ1!
Very fun, very addictive and not a complete PQ clone
2 February 2010
Summary: Although on the surface this game looks to be a direct Puzzle Quest Challenge of the Warlords (PQ or PQCOW) clone there are actually many differences once you play the game for a while. The actual puzzle gameplay is different--this one is more of a blocks falling Tetris feel. It is not a match 3. It is a match 4 game but with several twists. Admittedly much of the rest of it will feel familiar with a few slight alterations but there is an element of freshness here.