Dungeon Hearts Crack/Patch

Dungeon Hearts Dungeon Hearts could best be described as a blend of the ever-escalating pace of Canabalt, the puzzle/action hybrid style of Puzzle Quest, and the nostalgia of old-school Japanese RPG's such as Final Fantasy and Dragon Warrior. A brave party of adventurers dashes quickly from battle to battle, using a match-3 puzzle system to defeat their opponents. Mastering the balance between offense and defense is key. Between each battle, the player must quickly level up the warriors, as each encounter is more difficult than the last. As the party wades through wave after wave of enemies, they must adapt to the twists and turns thrown at them as the gameplay evolves. If they can survive long enough, they may encounter the Dark One himself!

Download Dungeon Hearts Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 75 / 100
User rating
6.5
Downloads 1034
Genre Miscellaneous, Puzzle, Matching
Company / Developer
Devolver Digital / Cube Roots

Dungeon Hearts reviews ( 3 )

Twisted_Light, Jan 9, 2014

A cute little game worth its cost. it's bright and pleasant to watch at.,soundtrack's nice, gameplay's not really tense, but not too casual as well( may cause slight joint pain on mouse, but you'll get used to it). Overall a nice game to relax from big titles.

Shoujin, May 19, 2013

This game flew under the radar, it seems, and it's probably best that it did. It's got ham-handed gameplay that could've been better designed. The design of the game looks great, but it seems they focused more on that then on the balancing issues. I just can't find myself deliberately losing all the time to rack up XP in order to justify playing this game for hours on end. I gave it 3 for the aesthetics, but I would've given it a higher score if the gameplay wasn't so teeth-grinding on the first mini-boss. I got as far as the second mini-boss once.

Andrew_Paterson, Jan 31, 2014

Dungeon Hearts is - I imagine - a pretty good touch screen time waster. Unfortunately tablet controls haven't translated well to the mouse world and all that's left is a bland and frustrating colour matching game. I can't think of any reason - given that you're sitting in front of a PC - why you'd be playing Dungeon Hearts instead of something else.