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'''Puzzle & Dragons Z + Super Mario Bros. Edition''' is a compilation of [[Puzzle & Dragons Z]], which came out in [[2013]] for Japan, and [[Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition]], which released in [[2015]] in Japan. The games were all released on the [[3DS]].
 
'''Puzzle & Dragons Z + Super Mario Bros. Edition''' is a compilation of [[Puzzle & Dragons Z]], which came out in [[2013]] for Japan, and [[Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition]], which released in [[2015]] in Japan. The games were all released on the [[3DS]].
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Revision as of 19:02, June 9, 2019

Puzzle & Dragons Z + Super Mario Bros. Edition is a compilation of Puzzle & Dragons Z, which came out in 2013 for Japan, and Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition, which released in 2015 in Japan. The games were all released on the 3DS.

Gameplay

The player must build a team of monsters and explore dungeons to fight other monsters.  To attack or recover, the player must make a line of three or more orbs of the same type in one turn.  For every turn, the player has a few seconds to touch and drag an orb, displacing other orbs in the process.  With careful planning, the player could create a combo (multiple lines) in one turn, giving greater results in that turn.

Plot

Development

Reception

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