Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords Crack/Patch

Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords Designed specifically to entertain both casual and hardcore gamers with its deep immersion, five to fifteen minute play sessions and turn-based play style, Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords incorporates strategy, role-playing elements and a persistent storyline in a puzzle board setting. Set in the Warlords universe, the game challenges players to create, develop and customize the ultimate hero in order to save the land of Etheria from evil Lord Bane. To advance their character, players battle in turn-based, head-to-head "match-three" style puzzle games in one of three distinct gameplay modes: Single-player allows gamers to battle against the AI as they embark on over 150 challenging quests, Instant Action allows gamers to jump in and immediately play continuous battles to level-up characters without participating in quests, and Multiplayer allows gamers to battle live opponents. Victory will advance the player’s hero, magical arsenal, creature companions and more - ultimately rewarding gamers at nearly every turn and providing endless hours of replayability. [D3Publisher of America]

Download Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 86 / 100
User rating
8.4
Downloads 1424
Genre Miscellaneous, Puzzle, Matching
Players 1 Player
Company / Developer
GamersGate , D3Publisher / Infinite Interactive

Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords reviews ( 6 )

Keno, Mar 8, 2009

Wow - this sure is an addicting game. It's got the "one-more-turn" that sucks you right in to playing and playing. This is not your typical match-three game, but more of a combination RPG and match-three. BUT - this game's insidious thing that puts it above others is that when you do the game boards you have an opponent who is trying to make you lose. Sure it seems weird, but you battle all sorts of Middle-Earth denizons - from Orcs to Trolls to Dragons. Each opponent has special abilities that you must learn to defeat. And this game isn't easy!! Try it - and I know you'll like it. It has captured me and is currently holding me prisoner.

MaxS., Feb 8, 2008

I think that the best way to describe this game is a fully emersive RPG. but instead of turn based combat you play bejeweled. I was hooked from the start I can play for a few minutes or days. and through it seems minor i plan on replaying it to do a few choices over.

AnonymousMC, Feb 24, 2009

I couldn't even sleep when I started playing this game and when I finally drifted off into fitful slumber, I was dreaming about this game. Addictive doesn't even begin to describe Challenge of the Warlords. the only problem is the obvious "advantage" the CPU constantly seems to have, but after getting a hang of the game, you'll start decimating your opponents.

italianstal1ion, Dec 31, 2011

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.

AlexW, Feb 6, 2008

Very addictive. Marred by a seeming lack of random board compositions and re-compositions that result in bias towards the opponent as a result of opponents being scaled. Less scaling would tend to make the game more of an RPG; spending time in a different area because of its higher level opponents although it PQ is not meant to be a full blown RPG anyway. The massive volume of side-quests makes this replayable for hours upon hours (upon days, and weeks) along with enough of a difference between the classes to warrant replaying. Lack of a central multiplayer server system makes multiplayer very community based which doesn't exist at the moment. Still a very enjoyable experience.

WheelSmeeth, Nov 5, 2010

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. It does not play nor feel like a modern video game title, the difficulty ramp up is the stuff of late 90s JRPG developers with too much testosterone and too little supervision. Do not buy this game if you want a fun and casual experience.