Reviews and Problems with Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords
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This game is crazy addictive
Cat Nyanko "NekoKatsun", Amazon
29 January 2014
Summary: The gameplay is your typical match-three, except you take turns matching with an opponent, and the gems you match give you mana for spells or deal damage to your opponent directly. It's like combat Bejeweled. It's not a particularly hard game, though some of the bosses can smash you into paste if you're not careful or prepared. Great fun for the RPG fan looking for something different, or for the gamer who enjoys casual games but is looking for something more.
Summary: I like how simple this game is. Most games these days are way too complicated. This is a perfect game for air ports when you have that 3 hour layover. I came across this game on the xbox as a demo and knew a perfect time passer when I saw it.
Summary: A "match 3 gems" game with a quest story line. Build your character's strengths, acquire spells, switch out weapons, armor and other little trinkets preparing for the final showdown with Lord Bane. There are lots of little quests to complete and a number of diverting little side tasks, as well. Some comic relief is provided by a hungry Orc and a brotherly spat. Good, mindless fun.
Summary: As a fan of match-3 games and a fan of narrative-driven games, this is a great hybrid. Only problem is that I lent it out and never got it back, so I can't re-play it. One flaw, though, is that for those of us who play tactical spell games, there are some very easy and deadly combos that can make short work of any enemy.
Summary: Old title, still a great game to play for DS. Adults and kids alike love this game. It is truly a quest that builds as you collect weapons, other warriors in your party, experience, gold, skills, spells, etc. If you want to use your brain a little, try this for a change.
Summary: If you like puzzle games but think they could use a little more depth, this is the game for you. At the core it is a puzzle game, but it adds various elements of an RPG so that playing this game requires strategy as well. The graphics, music and plot are far from perfect, but the game elements combine to make this a superb game.
Summary: If I had to be left alone on a roof top after a hurricane, stranded with my NDS loaded with only ONE Game... THIS would be the 1 game I would want to have with me. If you've ever wished there were just "a little more meat on the bones" of a Match 3 Game... But you lack the patience & dedication to play full blown, in depth, broad scoped, long drawn, intricately detailed computerized RPG games... This game represents The Perfect Hybrid & The Best of Both Worlds.
Summary: I bought this game for my 14 year old daughter before we went on a long trip, hoping to keep her occuppied for a while. She wouldn't put that game down. Unusual for her because she usually gets bored quickly. So, it must be quiet entertaining.
Summary: I am not a gamer. I'm in fact a mom who is often known to be nagging at my kids to turn off their game devices. I fell hard for this game, though. I now own my own DS (pink so my son won't steal it) and have repeatedly played Puzzle Quest. I bought it last spring and played it daily until I just yesterday completed battling Lord Bane in the final Quest.
Summary: I'll be the first to admit I bought this game because it's been impossible to find a Bejeweled-type game for DS. (I tried the Disney Meteos game and didn't like it because it was so incredibly limited, and you couldn't save your place). I cannot put this game down. My family is going to disown me. At first I found the fact that I was playing 2-person Bejeweled annoying ("He took the row I wanted!") and then realized it really adds a great new dimension to the game.