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If you can get past the traditional issues that have plagued touch based games since their inception, as well as the hefty $9.99 pricetag, Puzzle Quest 2 is a game that is very worthy of your purchase. Even though it is far from the game-changer that its exemplary predecessor was, the core mechanics are as entertaining as they have ever been, cementing it as a solid successor to the Puzzle Quest throne.
Unfortunately, performance problems plague Puzzle Quest 2. The game freezes for half a second each time you match gems during combat. Since this is all you do, the slowdown gets very annoying very quickly. And while the puzzling might be awesome, the questing feels dull. You navigate by touching the entrance to various areas, and talk to people by touching them. The process moves at a snail's pace, with too much time spent in between the gem-matching fights.