GameXplain Writes: "Puzzle games are great on the go, offering quick experiences perfect for the gamer with a few minutes to kill. On the other hand RPGs require deep commitment lacking the ability to halt progress on a moment’s whim. When the thought of these two genres merging together came to fruition back in 2007, with Infinite Interactive’s Puzzle Quest, a fresh new perspective to the casual game market was born. In its success Grandmas and Final Fantasy otaku alike found themselves popping gems and stat boosting heroes until their thumbs bled. Since then, this unlikely fusing has brought forth a sea of impersonators, even Infinite Interactive’s own Puzzle Quest: Galactrix couldn’t recapture the magic the original casted, but thankfully the series is back to its roots in Puzzle Quest 2."