Puzzle & Dragons (English)

Puzzle & Dragons (English)

By GungHo Online Entertainment, Inc.

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2012-11-08
  • Current Version: 12.4.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 77.86 MB
  • Developer: GungHo Online Entertainment, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 16,666 Ratings

Description

Multiplayer Mode has arrived in Puzzle & Dragons, the go-to choice for the mobile Puzzle RPG experience. Team up with your friends and tackle all new enemies! Puzzle & Dragons is both an addictive and FREE match-3 puzzle game with classic monster-collecting RPG fun! - INTUITIVE AND ENGAGING Assemble a team of monsters to embark in dungeons and challenge enemies! Combat is simple--just match 3 orbs of a particular attribute to make the monster with the same attribute on your team attack. If you can chain together multiple combos and attributes, you not only increase your damage, but can attack using other monsters from your team! - DIVERSE MONSTERS WITH INCREDIBLE ABILITIES With over 2000 unique monsters to collect, there’s virtually no limit to the number of different team combinations you can assemble. Monsters synergize with each other, enhancing each other's abilities and making teams more effective in battle. Build the team that suits your playstyle! - RECIPES FOR EVOLUTION Monsters can evolve into new and more-powerful forms. Choose between branching evolution paths to optimize your monster collection to your choosing. - BRING YOUR FRIENDS INTO BATTLE Exchange IDs with friends and acquaintances to bring their monsters onto your team! In-game messaging and social features will also help to keep you engaged and active in the Puzzle & Dragons community. - MULTIPLAYER DUNGEONS! Puzzle & Dragons becomes even more fun with Multiplayer Mode! Cooperate with a friend and challenge Multiplayer Dungeons once you reach a certain rank! With a thriving, active community and regular social events/updates, the world of Puzzle & Dragons is constantly expanding. It’s also completely FREE to play, so there’s nothing to stop you from building an awe-inspiring (or cute) team of dragons today! Note: Puzzle & Dragons is free to download and play. However, there are in-app purchases available to expand upon your gameplay experience. If you do not wish to use these features, you can disable in-app purchases in your device’s settings. In-app purchases are available via the “Shop” icon within the app. Please refer to In-App Purchases for the price tiers. *A network connection is required to play.

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Reviews

  • Long time player

    5
    By sjm7777
    I have been playing this game since about 6 months after its initial American release. It has been amazing to watch it evolve to what it is now. You can casually get into this game and have a load of fun and also be a veteran player without any chance of clearing the hardest dungeons. Good work Gung-ho, you have withstood the test of time in an ever changing game market. I will continue to play this game until you decide to pull the plug. Great work partnering with SNK recently and hope you attempt to do the same with CapCom.
  • Great game just update more for USA

    5
    By 😱big ol dang alang
    Says it in my title.
  • 👌

    5
    By Samuel bae
    Gr8
  • Entertaining at the beginning, but frustrating at higher level

    2
    By BcnChzeBgr
    This game had an impelling mechanic with it when it first came out. I have been playing for about 2 years and the card-based game that requires you to solve a puzzle-type board in order to command them to attack will have you absorbed for many hours(With breaks due to a stamina gauge). However, I can tell Gung-ho is really running out of ideas and can’t bring the game back to its peak it once was at. Around the rank of 100+, you’ll find out that not even the best monsters you acquired will beat the appropriate dungeons at your level. It gets infuriating with the enemies that will ignore top damage, absorb certain element, cuts damage and so on. I have also notice the amount of monster and evolution release has been declining. This is a major problem since it is one of the main reason of what makes this game fun. Case in point, higher level gaming will be met with absurdity and general frustration that would lead you in either persevere or give up entirely. I acknowledge that there are also other people who believes this game has a high skill ceiling and requires dedication in order to have bring out the game’s fullest entertainment potential. Nevertheless, there is no real reason to force players to grind their mechanical skill max in order to have fun. Instead, Gung-Ho needs to add new mechanics, new monsters, and halt on the ridiculous, unbeatable enemies that will always leave you dumbfounded. I would give this game a 2.5/5 instead of a 2/5 since it is a bit exaggerated, but this game does have problems that negates the fun it is suppose to bring.
  • I’m a whale with regrets and I can’t blame the game.

    5
    By Carcinosis
    To be honest I have spent far more money on this game than any sane person who doesn’t make a living playing the game should spend. I justified it to myself over the 5 years of playing by amount vs time as entertainment budget. That worked for the first two thousand dollars, but now that I am more serious about my finances and am looking to the future I am left with some strong regrets. My friends who initially brought me into the game all quit because of ‘power creep’. Which to be fair to them is a real thing. The power did significantly drift over the 5 years this game has been going for. That being said. The consistent release of new and exciting content has kept me coming back and lying to myself about purchase limits. I agree with those that say this game is not designed for the casual players. I am near rank 500, and I still have consistent trouble with end game content. My extreme spending on the game has however boosted my position within the meta to allow me to participate in the content even if my skills are lagging behind slightly. Overall I still have fun with only a few of my ‘best friends’ still playing. The art style and game mechanics are a solid base, and while the power does creep, they are consistently offering new evolutions to the old cards allowing your cards/purchases to be useful through the entire game. I have spent 2k+$ on this game, and while I regret how MUCH I’ve spent, I do not regret what I have received and the good times that I’ve had.
  • PAD is AWESOME

    5
    By Huliehoop12345
    The only thing I would like for you to add and I am sure that other players would like this I want you to add the feature of competing with you friends
  • Very good game

    5
    By Xpjsyox
    This game takes a lot of time but I'm at rank 300 and I haven't spent any money. There will be some points where you get stuck at dungeons, and it will take a lot of time to beat those dungeons, but you can get very far without spending any money if you want to. (Many of the complaints seem about money and the difficulty)
  • Eh

    1
    By Tane98
    Despite people saying there is a high learning curve.. there's not. You may as well get out your wallets cause if you want to beat any of the actually hard dungeons you need stones cause no monster or team can mess with stupid no RCV dungeons that are broken. I hate Gungho for making this game pay to win just like every other video game in modern day gaming..
  • Lycanide

    5
    By Halt951
    Hi I love the game but can you make more normals dungeon so the game won’t end way too soon can you make some hard god materials as a event like ra dragon I would love too and if like there a godfest would you make a news so we would know that godfest is happening so we can save our gems . I would we like more god in the godfest that would be exiting If you do.
  • Please fix

    2
    By Kionono
    It has come to my attention that I have lost a very high leveled account. Two in fact. And the “restore” or the account change is very insufficient. So please make it so that it uploads to the cloud or make it so that the account saves on Facebook. Where you log in. This would be more convenient than having to get the account code and verification. What if you lost or broke the device that had all the data? How would you get the information and the account back? Hopefully you see the problem. Please fix this so that people, ( I know I’m not the only one who lost their account like this,) can get back to the game.

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