Puzzle & Dragons (English)

Puzzle & Dragons (English)

By GungHo Online Entertainment, Inc.

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2012-11-08
  • Current Version: 12.6.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 78.21 MB
  • Developer: GungHo Online Entertainment, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 16,821 App Reviews)
  • Price:
Puzzle & Dragons (English) App Ratings: 4.5
Based on 16,821 App Reviews

Puzzle & Dragons (English) App Details

Multiplayer Mode has arrived in Puzzle & Dragons, the go-to choice for the mobile Puzzle RPG experience. Team up with your friends and tackle all new enemies! Puzzle & Dragons is both an addictive and FREE match-3 puzzle game with classic monster-collecting RPG fun! - INTUITIVE AND ENGAGING 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! - DIVERSE MONSTERS WITH INCREDIBLE ABILITIES 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 playstyle! - RECIPES FOR EVOLUTION Monsters can evolve into new and more-powerful forms. Choose between branching evolution paths to optimize your monster collection to your choosing. - BRING YOUR FRIENDS INTO BATTLE 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. - MULTIPLAYER DUNGEONS! Puzzle & Dragons becomes even more fun with Multiplayer Mode! Cooperate with a friend and challenge Multiplayer Dungeons once you reach a certain rank! With a thriving, active community and regular social events/updates, the world of Puzzle & Dragons is constantly expanding. It’s also completely FREE to play, so there’s nothing to stop you from building an awe-inspiring (or cute) team of dragons today! Note: Puzzle & Dragons is free to download and play. However, there are in-app purchases available to expand upon your gameplay experience. If you do not wish to use these features, you can disable in-app purchases in your device’s settings. In-app purchases are available via the “Shop” icon within the app. Please refer to In-App Purchases for the price tiers. *A network connection is required to play.


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App Reviews

  • iPhone X user

    By Pablo popop dinner
    Not optimized for iPhoneX
  • Updates can be disappointing

    By Water-cloud
    Right now I can't even play puzzles and dragons just. Because I need to update it but i ca'nt
  • lost game data

    By Jbyhuh
    i lost my game data on my phone i tried to go to support and it wouldnt let me i deleted the app due to the fact that when i tried to play it, it said update available but on the app store it said there were none
  • Yawn

    By Sgt Heavy
    Gets really old when there’s an update an I go to the App Store an there isn’t an update option. So I usually wait until yet another update happens to play.
  • Good game

    By #rngbullshit
    Good game but DONT i repeat DONT play this game if you know your luck is bad. all you are going to get is a tantrum whenever you roll in godfests or collabs. other than that enjoy.
  • Great game

    By Vised
    Is there any way to help me get back into my old account I really love this game and want to get back into it but don’t want to start over because I spent too much money on it to just start over.
  • Fun Game, Low Playability Kills It

    By AshlynneL
    The good: The puzzle system is fun and challenging. Leveling your monsters takes awhile, but it's incentive to keep playing. Special events are interesting and frequent. The bad: The balance is terrible. I have over 1500 monsters in my collection. I use 15 of them at most. The rest are garbage that I'd never use in a descended dungeon or even on a farming team. The worst: The game used to be a lot of fun, but now you can't really play it without sitting on some outside website anymore because the monsters offer no in-game information regarding their next move. Not doing so is generally suicide as 1 wrong move gets you 1 shot. That's a devastating hit to playability for a mobile game.
  • Deep Pockets

    By 0373615489
    Don't play this game unless you plan on paying. the meta changes extremely quickly, to stay up with current content a lot of money must be regularly spent. support is also terrible, they will treat you rudely and most likely not help you if you encounter an error or issue of any kind. I recommend not starting.
  • (Almost) Perfect skill based game

    By Hdtosiyzotsiyzyozyoz
    This game... this game has ruined me, many a time have I 7 minutes late to class or just to a friends house purely because "just gotta finish this dungeon" or "Lemme farm this one more time". It's a perfectly skill based game, once you take the gacha part out of it, and it feels as if my life was lacking before it. In the end you do have to look up guides, or join a discord for tips.(PaDguide community discord, look it up) But this game makes you want to come back, I feel this game is a 8.75/10.
  • Debatably The Worst Mobile Game

    By HTD_Indra
    First off, this game doesn’t require much strategy, it requires luck. If you don’t get lucky Rare Egg pulls, skyfalls, or dungeon drops: you will get nowhere. As almost every mobile game is today, this is pay-to-win. But this game redefines “pay-to-win”. Their sub-currency “Magic Stones” allow you to do a REM (Rare Egg Machine) pull, restore stamina, or continue in a dungeon. Of course, they can be gained in-game through dungeons and infrequent event gifts; however, they can be purchased en masse using money irl. The game begins fun enough, then descends to a game of logging in every day to attempt to get what you want, get a drop from a dungeon, or upgrade a monster. It gets hellishly repetitive. There is Stamina to limit your gameplay, unless you get a rank up or spend a stone. The dungeon aspect of this game isn’t anything special: match orbs to make your scantily clad women or dragons kill things. Of course the opponent(s) can mess around with the board with varying effects. The opponents themselves can also give themselves effects that can vary from healing to negating any form of status. The worst part of dungeons is “binding”. The opposing monsters can bind your monsters for a certain amount of turns, therefore making them unable to attack, use skills, contribute stats like RCV, or even use leader skills. Almost everything does this, not just bosses. There are awakenings to negate this, but the opposing monsters also have the ability to negate your awakenings. In the end, this game is a luck-based dungeon crawler that can be played for free, but spending just makes it easier. Aside from all that it’s fairly enjoyable.