Despite being one of the premier match-3 puzzlers in Japan where it is known by the more condensed name Pazudora, Puzzle & Dragons is a relative sleeper hit in the States. The operative word is "relative," though, as over 30 million people have downloaded GungHo's game in Japan compared to the only over 1 million people in America according to stats from Google Play. Where the traditional Puzzle & Dragons is free-to-play on mobile with microtransactions, this Nintendo 3DS adaptation, Puzzle & Dragons Z + Puzzle & Dragons Super Mario Bros. Edition is a fixed $30 bundle of two fully-fledged titles. Some irritating remnants of the mobile design persist, but this 3DS package will satisfy anyone who wants a puzzler that harkens back to the likes of Puzzle Quest and Bejeweled.