Publisher Description

Assemble a team of monsters to embark in dungeons and challenge enemies! Combat is simple--just match 3 orbs of a particular attribute to make the monster with the same attribute on your team attack. If you can chain together multiple combos and attributes, you not only increase your damage, but can attack using other monsters from your team!

With over 2000 unique monsters to collect, there’s virtually no limit to the number of different team combinations you can assemble. Monsters synergize with each other, enhancing each other's abilities and making teams more effective in battle. Build the team that suits your play style!

Monsters can evolve into new and more-powerful forms. Choose between branching evolution paths to optimize your monster collection to your choosing.

Exchange IDs with friends and acquaintances to bring their monsters onto your team! In-game messaging and social features will also help to keep you engaged and active in the Puzzle & Dragons community.


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Turn Based

This is a turn-based game, which means that the primary game play does not proceed until the payer takes an action. Some turn-based games have an "auto-fight" feature which allows the player to delegate the game play to a simple AI. "Pokemon" and "Bejeweled" are both exampled of turn-based game play.

Match Three

This is a match three game. Match three games involve the player moving around colored objects (sometimes called "orbs" or "gems") to create series of three or more in a row of the same color. In gacha games, lining up gens of a particular color is how the player commands his monsters of the same color to attack. Puzzle and Dragons is an example of a match-three gacha game.