WDT: 7 Wonders II Review (DS)

James Joell-Ireland from writes "Match 3 games are a dime a dozen, some pull it off well, some not so. It's vested in the core of the casual games market and naturally will transition to handheld systems easily, providing short busts of game play, that do not require long session times to get something out of it. So it was with Avanquest Software Publishing that we saw the emergence of 7 Wonders II for the Nintendo DS. As a side, we personally loved the original 7 Wonders and hoped for more addictive Gameplay that the PC bestowed upon us."

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