Dungeon Hearts fuses the strategy and pattern matching of puzzle games with the kinetic pace of action games. Align magical runes as they flow along the Fatestream to attack, defend, and conjure magic in frenetic battles against a bestiary of fantastic creatures out to use those same runes against you.
If diamonds are a girls best friend, then I guess I have an all female cast.
Dungeon Hearts takes on a puzzle element with it’s RPG elements. You grab colors to line them up and combine them into attack diamonds which you use to trigger attacks on your foes. They do a plus beam when used, causing any matching colors as well as other diamonds to activate when hit. It’s simple, but it gets difficult quickly.
After defeating each enemy, a “level up” bonus round begins, allowing you to match colors and collect levels for each character. Leveling them up increases their damage, as well as unlocks skills.
The music is alright. It fits the game well, and doesn’t get too distracting. However, it’s not a great standalone, but it suffices for the game.
Overall, I would give Dungeon Hearts a buttered toast rating. It’s a decent game, with fun gameplay, but it’s not fantastic. It gets repetitive quickly and it can be pretty frustrating.
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