In game designer Eitan Glinert's mind peanut butter must be tower defense and jelly must be Tetris, because for the second game in a row, the young creator has smushed the two great gaming styles together. He's just done it radically different this time, as if switching from making PB&J sandwiches to—I don't know—PB&J tacos.
Good news: I think the new combo is better.
Glinert and his team at Fire Hose Games have merged their two favorite gameplay styles into Go Home, Dinosaurs, which plays nothing like their prior title, the fun but convoluted Slam Bolt Scrappers. (That one was sort of also like Puzzle Fighter, if that helps).