Incredibly fun game The matching gems genre is a full one in the market. There are plenty out there to choose from, but if a game has enough unique twists to gameplay, it can stand on it own as an experience above its contemporaries. While Dungeon Raid is not a genre changer, the matching mechanic, combat, and rogue like gameplay it combines makes it an easy choice to play for hours or minutes. It's easy to pick up, and there is a learning curve where you feel yourself as a player get better.
It's pretty cool It's one of the better games I've found on android. It has depth and simplicity in the right proportion so that you can play it for a few minutes or an hour or two straight. Seems like gaining levels is ridiculously slow or maybe I'm missing something. For example I played to like level 27 as the assassin and yet he's still level one.
Can't.. Stop... PLAYING. I was kind of annoyed at first because this game didn't have a free trial, but after seeing its 5 star rating and reasonable price I figured, what the hell? And now I can't stop playing it..Auugh It's a simple premise as most games of its kind, but with an interesting twist (which I'll let you discover on your own ;D) The game also has a satisfyingly balanced difficulty along with a lengthy, but rewarding, route of progression. Excellent execution, with a well designed foundation of game design.
Very fun game. I dunked my phone on a hiking trip and I didn't bother with a lot of other games, but I downloaded this one right away when I got a new phone.
Unique concept with enough variation to get a lot of playtime out of it. Saves your progress when you leave the game, so it's perfect to pick up and play in small intervals when you have a spare minute. Or you can be like me and play it for hours. That works too. Loses a point for some kind of weird lag that slows everything down. Used to be quicker paced when I first downloaded it fiveish years ago.
Fun RPG-Puzzler worth a go! While I'm not usually a fan of matching puzzle games, I am a fan of this. It lost a point for having no music whatsoever, having a slightly obtuse help system (need to be able to press help on any screen), a neverending tutorial (am I playing the game now?) and a lack of quests, towns, dialogue and other rpg norms. Still, there's a lot to love - tons of character classes, equipment, special skills, races, etc, but I find myself wanting a map and quest journal to add to the depth.
- Removed DRM.
If a word game and a dungeon crawler had a baby, this would be it.
Battle Gems is the most epic, over-the-top, gem battle puzzle game... with puns.