Reviews and Problems with Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords
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5 January 2012
Summary: Highly addictive, engaging and good for many more hours of game-play than your average A+ title Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords takes the gamer to a fantasy world where the player is trying to find out where all his people have gone after they've been abducted. You will meet several fantasy-creatures and some of them will become your allies, aiding you in battle. Others you can capture in order to learn spells from them.
Summary: Really fun game. It's got great RPG elements and really explores a lot of possible variations on the bejeweled gem match-up gameplay while still keeping the core elements essentially simple and enjoyable for the casual gamer. The game progresses well, the gameplay is familiar and has a lot of life to it. It doesn't feel short like other casual RPGs around. Definitely recommend if you are a fan of casual RPGs or want a Bejeweled game that is a little more involved.
Summary: A puzzle game that is one of the best in the Genre, excellent gameplay some RPG elements mixed in and a charming story to go along with the gameplay. One of the only puzzle games I have ever played through to completion, which a testament to this game, considering I don't usually enjoy this genre as much as my favourite genres. If you like your puzzle games I can't recommend this to you highly enough.
Summary: Puzzle Quest could have been just as big - if not bigger - than casual hits such as Peggle and Bejeweled. Great art, great music, and hey, it even has a story. Unfortunately, all of the good is countered by one very serious problem: the game suffers from the worst game balance I have ever experienced.
Summary: I started by playing the PC version. I think it was back int the 90's. It kind of reminds me how I used to have my own way of learning the tricks on the FF9 card game. It may seem easy to the naked eye, but I warn you, some things seem so easy they are hard. I think that is the main misconception of this game being totally under-rated. Once you build a citadel fully, there is so much more to the game.
Summary: If ever an uninviting title of a game there was - Puzzle Quest would be it. It's actually a fantastic yet simple game. It's similar to MSN game Bejewelled. You swap jewels around a board to create lines of 4, 5 or 6. Those jewels then disappear and more fill up the screen. If you can chain some up you gain more points. However your playing can do magical moves to affect the playing board and gain new moves depending on how many of certain coloured jewels you erase.
Summary: Zu Beginn der Spieles wählt ihr aus verschiedenen Klassen einen Hauptprotagonisten aus mit dem ihr euch über die Landkarte kämpfen bzw. puzzlen könnt. Vom Krieger bis hin zum Druiden oder Magier reichen die Variationen die euch mit verschiedensten Boni auf diverse Attribute in den Kampf ziehen lassen.