Final Fantasy World+Wide Words clearly takes a Puzzle and Dragons style approach, but the emphasis is on style. That sentence doesn't make sense. The game is ridiculously pretty, though. So many P&D clones copied the interface to annoying degrees, even Square Enix's own Pictlogica, but FFWWW manages to do it with such freshness that I have found myself logging into it more than any other of these "free to play" games. Much like Theatrhythm the game is clearly trying to hit the nostalgic chords that fans like me just eat up. The game is also proving to me that I am not as good as flick input as I thought I was. It's fun practice and something I would recommend for a little bit of advanced-beginner to intermediate level Japanese practice.