Puzzle Quest 2
What can I say? Fun to play, really challenging, with lots of stuff going on.
I highly recommend it.
October 19, 2012
brilliant strategy game
If you are into strategy and match 3, this is the game for you-good replay value, excellent rpg strategy match 3 game!
December 22, 2012
No Match 3 better than this
Puzzle Quest has it all - fun factor is of the charts you are able to build your toon in the style you want to play & mini games are an added thrill - Visual and sound quality was not over looked in the creation of this game - it can be a bit challenging for a beginner but do not pass it up you will get the hang of the game play and spell casting as you go along story line is charming and silly at just the right parts. I can not say enough good things about Puzzle Quest do not pass this game up WELL worth the money and time to learn and hours of enjoying play.
November 18, 2012
puzzle quest 2
There is no trial version...I don't buy without trying, but I did this time. I had credits and was in the mood for something different! I enjoy this game, hours go by before you know it. I love match 3 games, but it's not just a match 3 game. It has mini-games, different characters and dolby.
July 27, 2012
Save your money
Overwrought story line, horrible response time, this is a very unpleasant match 3 game. The game play is so cumbersome with dialogue and various choices before you get to match 3, that I soon lost interest in the actual match 3 part. The illustrations and animation are very poor.
August 3, 2012
The worst game I've played yet
I bought this game yesterday, it's easy to see why you had "no trial available" I was totally "sucked in" by the other reviews. Learned a lesson tho9ugh. will not bvuy another game without a trial.
January 28, 2013
This game deserves more notice!
Right off the bat, while watching the opening cut-scene, I immediately wished that the game had been named more creatively, because instantly I knew that this game needs more recognition and I don't believe that end is being achieved with such a generic name.
That aside though as it holds little bearing on the games score, the cut-scenes have voices, and the artwork is very nice; it reminds me a bit of the painted looking style from such games as Journey: The Heart of Gaia and Shadow Wolf Mysteries: Curse of the Full Moon. Gameplay seems to be isometric, but the tiled floors are hidden well by the artwork. Think Pokemon meets full-range world explorer; still isometric but too pretty to count against it.
After choosing one of four classes (female or male choices too!) you are traveling through screen-by-screen maps, and once battles are initiated, you play a mini game such as a turn-based match-3 against your opponent in which the colors you match determine what sorts of spells you can charge in the battle or how much HP you hit the enemy for. Leveling up and gaining stats, gold and items like armor and weapons and potions seems commonplace in RPGs today but not always is such level grinding less like a chore and more like fun!
With an engaging story, multiple classes, several difficulty levels, decent instructions, and enchanting artwork, the level of fun brought in by combining the mini-games with RPG gameplay ties it all together into nothing less than a magnificent experience. Some days I found myself impatient to get home from work just to be able to get back to this game, so Puzzle Quest 2 most definitely gets an A+ from me!
April 13, 2013
Dipping a toe into Role games and having fun!
I like Match 3, but have never been a fan of Role games - too much shooting for me. This is a nice combination of things and a really long game. Highly recommended.
April 12, 2013