Wind and Water: Puzzle Battles

Wind and Water: Puzzle Battles (or W&W) (Chinese 時空五行-風水大戰) is an Independent developed commercial videogame developed by Yuan Works, a company based in Costa Rica. It is a puzzle game for the GP2X and Sega Dreamcast that combines strategy and action. As of January 31, 2011, the game is freely available for Windows.

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