Puzzle Quest creator discusses Puzzle Quest: The Legend Returns’ new functions, talks about the possible for other remasters


The original Puzzle Quest is having a fresh coat of paint just before it hits Switch as Puzzle Quest: The Legend Returns. The target of this version of the game is to revamp the original DS expertise for Switch owners, but is there something new in there?

Puzzle Quest creator Steve Fawkner talked to Nintendo Life about some of the fresh functions.

As pointed out previously, we have two expansions by no means noticed just before on Nintendo Switch – in truth the Attack of the Golem Lord expansion was written particularly for this release! There are some wonderful new Hero Classes which includes the Blood Mage and the Paladin, lots of new Enemies and Quests, and a ton of highly effective new Magic Products to gather.

As far as Switch functions go, we concentrated on what we felt was the core of the Switch – seamless movement amongst touch screen and joy-con input, and neighborhood multiplayer help for when you just want to prove you are superior at smashing match-three puzzles than your mates!

The Puzzle Quest series spawned all sorts of sequels and spin-offs. Is there any possibility these could come more than to the Switch? That all depends on how Puzzle Quest’s Switch version does, says Fawkner.

We’ll undoubtedly be sitting right here, with our fingers crossed, hoping that Puzzle Quest finds its audience once again. And if it does, I consider we’d relish the chance to bring some of our other titles up-to-date with a seriously powerful remastering on Nintendo Switch, like we’ve accomplished with Puzzle Quest: The Legend Returns.


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