Posts Tagged ‘puzzle’
There is no avoiding how simple an emotion fear is, and I Can't Escape: Darkness' atmosphere cuts straight to that; but it is in danger of perhaps being too simple itself.
Mushroom 11 made an appearance at Rezzed last year, sitting in the Leftfield Collection as one of those games that is something “a little different”, and was occupied for long enough that I gave up getting a go on a...
When you borrow heavily from a 23 year old game, you should at least move that design on a little. Flockers tries to be Lemmings reborn but sadly falls short of that target.
Qbeh-1 - The Atlas Cube is fairly linear, but many of the puzzles have enough flexibility that you will feel able to leave your own fingerprint on them; combined with it being relaxing and occasionally tense, and you end up wit...
The Mysterious Cities of Gold: Secret Paths is an action/adventure puzzle game for the 3DS, based on the early-80s anime. Does anybody but me remember it?
Irritum is an interesting and unconventional puzzle-platformer featuring a story line that focuses on depression and suicide.
Mahjong Deluxe 2 puts a 3d spin on your idea of mahjong. By losing the matching restraints present in traditional mahjong, some of the true puzzling challenge you are used to does get lost. However, the addition of a memory ele...
Sushi Mushi is an addicting little social game that had me challenging random strangers far later than I should have. With colorful and engaging gameplay, tons of customization available, and various missions to help you earn...
Germinator is just a fun game. With some admittedly quite corny humor, and a sense of playfulness throughout, it offers a challenging game that your entire family can enjoy together. Germinator has tons of levels, and going bac...
Abyss: the Wraiths of Eden is what a hidden object adventure should be. The puzzles are challenging and varied, and the story line is interesting and engaging, with a whole lot of creepy thrown in for good measure.
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