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Platform: Xbox 360
Tags: Puzzle
Developer: Denki


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Quarrel review

Reviewed February 04, 2012

Matt Pearce says: "I know what you're thinking: "Just what we needed, another Xbox Live word game..." Well, cheer up, because Quarrel isn't your average Scrabble clone. It's a charming combination of word unscrambling and turn-based strategy warfare. Wait, wha-? No, you didn’t read that wrong; in Quarrel your goal is to control all of the territories on the game board using the unstoppable force of your Word IQ."
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