Third party DRM: SteamThis game requires a free Steam account to play.
Language Supported: Japanese also
The rebel faction Temperance has launched a surprise attack on Count Laertes, a member of the kingdom's ruling elite.
Both the Count and Countess are dead and their son Everett, boarded at another manse, has gone missing.
Summoned by royal decree, the magician Rivel Arday sets out after Temperance. Together with Laska the ranger, he ventures into Aldemona Wood...
A new puzzle-RPG developed in collaboration between Square Enix and PopCap. Blending puzzle elements from Bejeweled Twist with the RPG mastery of Square Enix, Gyromancer is an all-new experience that defines the puzzle-RPG genre.
See for yourself what shocking truths lie in wait within the bewitching Aldemona Wood.
Innovative use of puzzles to progress through an RPG
Deep story and intriguing characters
Battle using puzzles created by PopCap, makers of the hit Bejeweled
Dozens of monsters can be summoned as you progress through the game
Addictive features like rare monsters, a coliseum, and awards
WonderfulDanielZo0 | June 10, 2013 | See all DanielZo0's reviews »
Wonderful game. Great graphics for a puzzle game and fun to play! It took a little bit to get used to needing to make matches every turn to deal max damage and take less damage from the enemy, and I kept dying because I was trying to set up awesome matches, but the game style really focuses on making sure you recognize matches immediately instead of setting things up without making a match.
Fun casual game!jeyko | July 6, 2012 | See all jeyko's reviews »
Gyromancer is a collaboration between Popcap and Square Enix. Yes, you read this right. The core game is borrowed from Bejeweled Twist, but also with elements from Puzzle Quest. I personally felt like I have already played the game, even though I hadn't, because of all the hours I've spent on Bejeweled. That does not mean that the game is bad though, it's quite the opposite. It is amazingly fun and addictive. The graphics style is nice, but the game runs on a low resolution. The music is diverse and does not repeat all that much. So overall, this game is nothing new, but a fun experience nonetheless.