Next week, Puzzle & Dragons is getting a little angry. Because, you know, Angry Birds. It’s a… a pun. I thought… never mind.
Anywhosits, starting next week on 10/20 and running through 11/2, Puzzle & Dragons will feature a brand new dungeon inspired by Angry Birds Epic. You’ll be able to recruit the help of familiar Epic characters, as well as some classic birds for those who might have missed the last crossover event, and you’ll of course be fighting some mean old piggies along the way.
You can download Puzzle & Dragons – and even Angry Birds Epic for that matter – off the App Store now for free.
Posted by Ellis Spice on August 18th, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
GungHo has announced two previously popular collaborations will be making a return to Puzzle & Dragons: Ragnarok Odyssey ACE, and Neon Genesis Evangelion. Both were previously available in Spring of this year and will again return for a short time.
From August 18 until the end of the month, players can battle in an Evangelion-themed dungeon, where they can face off against mysterious Angels. A Rare Egg machine shaped like EVA-01 will also distribute popular characters from Evangelion. The Ragnarok Odyssey ACE collaboration, meanwhile, will only take place on August 19 (i.e. tomorrow) and will allow players to capture famous monsters in a themed dungeon.
Puzzle & Dragons is available on the App Store now and is free to download.
Some princesses are content to sit around and wait to be rescued. They don’t mind sitting in their tower/castle/fancy chair until a prince shows up to rescue them or sweep them off their feet. Princess Punt isn’t that type of girl. She goes out and does the looking for herself.
Trajectory-based games are nothing new to iOS devices, be they medieval, automotive or avian in nature. The practice of knocking down ramshackle structures with an odd assortment of objects is a popular one, but not many of them involve giving armored soldiers the boot. Much less booting them into all manner of large (and vicious) beasts. Different “weapons” have different effects that can be triggered when the screen is tapped, while shot placement (trajectory, strength, point of impact, etc.) can mean the difference between “teh phat lewtz” and utter failure. It’s a weird concept that seems just insane enough to be awesome.
But don’t take my word for it. Anyone looking to dropkick noblemen into scaly monstrosities can check out Princess Punt in the App Store right now for absolutely free.