The 31 best DS games

If you'd rather take your gaming on the go, we've got a handy guide for dual-screen greatness: The 31 best DS games!

#25: Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords


Why It's Great:It sounds like a fairly boring (not to mention nerdy) combination, doesn't it? The classic puzzle game Bejeweled married to a generic fantasy storyline with some RPG concepts sprinkled on top: that sounds like the recipe for a niche title that maybe sells a couple thousand copies. But instead, Puzzle Quest turned out to be one of the best games ever produced on any platform. Deeply rewarding, intensely challenging and highly addictive, Puzzle Quest is the type of game that you can pick up in the morning and literally play all day long. It's the perfect DS game to take with you whenever you know you're going to be stuck with nothing to do; just be careful because once you start to play, it's hard to stop.

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