Puzzle & Dragons, GungHo’s Addictive Cash Cow, Is Coming To Consoles This Year

By Spencer . February 26, 2013 . 2:27am

Puzzle & Dragons made GungHo Online Entertainment a small fortune. With an estimated revenue of $2 million a day, Puzzle & Dragons is a huge hit for the company that owns Ragnarok Online and recently acquired Grasshopper Manufacture.


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Puzzle & Dragons was designed for smartphones and GungHo Online Entertainment plans to expand the game’s reach with a console version. In an interview with Yahoo! Japan, CEO Kazuki Morishita said a console version will be available before the end of the year. Morishita said he is thinking about how to change the game’s vertical layout since Puzzle & Dragons was designed for smartphones.


Morishita also talked about Puzzle & Dragon’s early development. The team originally designed Puzzle & Dragons with a horizontal screen layout. Another surprise is the game also had Western RPG style art instead of the friendly looking dragons. The game had a realistic feel to it, but was changed so the character and monster artwork fit well with a smaller screen.


Puzzle & Dragons is available now in English as a free download on iTunes.

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  • urbanscholar

    Thats cool, its very addicting. I wonder what the console price will be. I hope they also take the time to knock the bugs out.

  • Christian Wright

    right about the addictive part. I just started playing this and marvel woh. cant stop. I would love to play with others if they have it! :D

  • leeorv

    Why isn’t it on the Israeli iOS? :(

  • You linked the iOS game but not the Android one? Tsk tsk

    • Brandonmkii

      :o Downloading it now!

  • OverlordZetta

    This would be perfect for a free to play on the Vita. Really hope that’s the direction they decide to go in.

  • Xekyo

    i played it everyday ever since it came out for the US Appstore. I lost my iPhone at a bar 2 nights ago. I’m deeply upset. About losing my phone and about starting all over in Puzzles & Dragons since they never implemented a server back up system for the game.

  • s07195

    Tried to get into this but couldn’t.

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