Évadez-vous dans un monde de jeu de puzzle fantastique avec des créatures et des armes extraordinaires ! Un gameplay addictif combiné à un jeu de rôle immersif dans la suite du très récompensé Puzzle Quest !
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Date de parution: 12 août 2010

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"Slightly less good as the first part, but still very recommended if you need to satisfy a match 3 game urge and already played through the first."

À propos de ce jeu

Évadez-vous dans un monde fantastique rempli de casse-têtes et de créatures étonnantes, d'armes puissantes et de mini-jeux redoutables ! Vous trouverez un système de jeu de correspondances intégré à un jeu de rôle dans cette suite du jeu récompensé Puzzle Quest ! Plongez directement dans l'action et personnalisez votre personnage avec l'une des quatre classes, chacune avec des compétences et talents différents. Gagnez de l'expérience et remportez des trésors tandis que vous progressez dans l'aventure, débloquez de nouveaux sorts et des défis plus complexes ! Êtes-vous un héros assez courageux pour reprendre le village autrefois paisible de Verloren des griffes maléfiques du démon Gorgon ?


  • Apprenez à utiliser de nouvelles gemmes mana, sorts, armes et bien plus.
  • Modifiez vos personnages avec 4 classes pour chaque genre.
  • Explorez un monde fantastique immense dans le mode histoire !
  • Jouez à des tonnes de mini-jeux uniques pour gagner des trésors et de l'expérience.
  • Améliorez et équipez votre personnage et affrontez vos amis en ligne !

Configuration requise

    • Système d'exploitation : Microsoft® Windows® XP/Vista
    • Processeur : Intel® Core 2 @ 1.8 Ghz / AMD Athlon 64 X2 2.0 Ghz
    • Mémoire : 1Go de RAM
    • Carte graphique : (GeForce® 7 / Radeon® X800) avec 256 Mo de mémoire vidéo
    • DirectX® : DirectX® 9.0c
    • Disque dur : 475 Mo d'espace disque
    • Son : Carte son compatible DirectX® 9
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36 personne(s) sur 36 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
1 personne a trouvé cette évaluation amusante
80.7 heures en tout
Posté le : 13 septembre
Developed by Infinite Interactive and published by Namco Networks America, Puzzle Quest 2 is the sequel to the award winning Puzzle Quest: Challenge Of The Warlords. This title is a match 3 puzzle roleplaying game and certainly one of the best in the genre. Your chosen hero is tasked with reclaiming the once peaceful village of Veloren from the evil clutches of the demon Gorgon. Many fans claim that this title is not as heavy on the R.P.G. elements as the first game and that the story is just not as expansive as the first title and I would definitely agree. With that said, roleplaying elements are still present albeit slightly lighter in application. You pick from four different character classes and earn XP as you do battle across the outskirts of Veloren. As you level up, your earned XP will allow you to upgrade a number of abilities such as Strength, Agility, Intelligence, Stamina and Morale. Your character is also able to equip a number of weapons ranging from swords, axes, bows, etc. and even a flintlock pistol...one of my personal favorites I have to say. There is also a wide variety of armors, shields, spells and poisons at your disposal as well, however, some of these items are specific to the character class that you have chosen.

Gameplay is quite similiar to that of Puzzle Quest: Challenge Of The Warlords so fans of that title will immediately feel at home. The goal is to match a set of three or more gems in order to earn mana and action points. Mana powers the equiped spells in your spellbook and action points allow you to attack with your chosen weapon or devices. At the conclusion of each battle a certain amount of gold and experience points are awarded as well as the possibility of loot. The puzzle battles in this game, in my opinion, are some of the best you can play in this genre. This title is extremely fun and addictive like these games typically tend to be. Some days you could log on and play a few quick battles for fun just to get your fix and other days you could find yourself playing for hours on end in one sitting. The story, while not as grand as the first title, is entertaining and makes you want to continue playing to the conclusion. Aside from the basic puzzle battles, there are also quite a few unique minigames to play where you can earn additional treasure and experience.

Graphically, this game is the best looking match 3 puzzle R.P.G. available even better looking than Gyromancer in my opinion. Visually, it takes everything that Puzzle Quest did and just polishes it to perfection. The isometric game world is highly detailed. You will see lots of interesting things in the backgrounds of the many dungeons, castles and structures that you explore. The puzzle battlefields are gorgeous and vivid. The gems are beautifully animated and extremely detailed. The hand drawn character art and attack animations just look fantastic. Sound effects and music in this game are also implemented just as well. The score fits the fantasy theme of the title perfectly and does it job competently yet I have to say it's still not as great as the musical scores in Puzzle Quest and Puzzle Kingdoms. I actually downloaded those soundtracks and find myself listening to them quite often because they are just that great. The sound effects are crisp and hard hitting. When you make a match three, combo or cause a cascade of gems to drop you definitely know it. Also, when you use a melee, ranged weapon or a spell the sound effects are phenomenal. I particularly love the click click boom of my flintlock pistol...so awesome! A pistol in a fantasy game...don't even ask it's just awesome and you know it is.

I've spent quite a few hours in this game and will continue to do so in the future because it's just so entertaining. Fans of match 3 or puzzle/R.P.G.'s should not be dissapointed in this title. It's definitely one of the better games of the genre and anyone looking to try one of these games for the first time should get either this or the much acclaimed Puzzle Quest: Challenge Of The Warlords. Game on!
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13 personne(s) sur 15 (87%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
1 personne a trouvé cette évaluation amusante
33.7 heures en tout
Posté le : 25 mai
Takes the Puzzle Quest formula into Diablo-like dungeon crawling. Started out addicting, but became really repetitive - too often fighting the same enemies over and over. Not nearly as good as Puzzle Quest 1 or Puzzle Kingdoms, and doesn't hold a candle to Might & Magic Clash of Heroes.

And, at least as the Assassin, it was too easy. Switched to "Hard" difficulty shortly after starting to play, and almost never lost a battle.

That said, there's still fun to be had here if, like me, you like the match-3/RPG genre.

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3 personne(s) sur 3 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
22.1 heures en tout
Posté le : 20 avril
Great Game, especially for those who do not have fast reflexes, take as long as you want to solve the gem puzzles!
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1 personne(s) sur 1 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
29.5 heures en tout
Posté le : 26 février
Excellent jeu :)
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36 personne(s) sur 39 (92%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
42.7 heures en tout
Posté le : 4 décembre 2013
Puzzle Quest 2 deviates in a good number of ways from its predecessor. Most notable are the changes to mana and that you now have a weapon. Overall I'd say it was a good change, as it doesn't feel like a recycled version of the first game at all, while still having the same basic gameplay.

With the mana changes, it's harder to become godly, but it also feels like every level gain is a really tiny improvement. Heavily investing in one stat has diminishing returns (which is fine from a balance perspecive). Enemies scale up a bit faster than you do, and once dead they stay dead, so there's a strange sort of progression going on there since you can't grind forever.

Similar to the first game, the encounter rate is through the roof. Fortunately you can skip a good number of encounters by simply ignoring the monsters. There's far less quests, but most of the quests in the first game were pretty pointless to begin with, so I guess this is can be seen as a good thing.

Fortunately the mini-games are toned down and varied, and luckily opening treasures has no failure. So it's nice to have freebies every now and then to break up the monotony.

The story, as best I can tell, bears no relation to the first game. Not that either one is special, anyhow.

If you like Puzzle Quest 1, I'd say this is a worthy addition. If match-three games aren't your thing, this game won't do anything to appease that feeling. I'll give this an 8.
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