Puzzle game Dungeon Hearts hits Steam and iOS soon - destructoid

Puzzle game Dungeon Hearts hits Steam and iOS soon

10:30 PM on 03.05.2013

Patrick Hancock

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RPG and match three


Dungeon Hearts, a game that combines JRPG elements with match-three puzzle gameplay, is set to hit both Steam and iOS devices later this month on March 28th. I'm curious as to how exactly the gameplay will shake out, since the description mentions balancing "between offensive strikes and defensive maneuvers." I can barely tell what is going on in this trailer, but I suppose that's what they could be doing.

I'm certainly interested in Dungeon Hearts, so long as there is a colorblind mode option in the game. You hear me, Devolver Digital? Us colorblindies would like to play your game, so let us!




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Patrick Hancock
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2:00 PM on 04.05.2013
Dungeon Hearts update

Review: Dungeon Hearts

This heart is on fire
8:30 PM on 05.22.2012
Dungeon Hearts update

Dungeon Hearts mixes match-3 puzzling with Final Fantasy


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