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Three years ago this week mobile video game publisher released Marvel’s Puzzle Quest (Shortened to MPQ) to raving reviews. The puzzle match 3 style of game play was nothing new to the now mobile game powerhouse, as they had previously published the hugely successful Puzzle Quest standalone series. D3 GO!, working with developers Demiurge Studios, found the perfect way to blend the Marvel lore with the exciting addicting game play of the puzzle quest series.
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