Recommended games in Puzzle
Help King Rabbit in this cute puzzler
The follow up to the great Furdemption, King Rabbit has the same charm, but even better puzzles. Jump King Rabbit around to find a path to the jailed bunny citizen, avoiding traps and unlocking passages. With 120 levels, and presumably more on the way, this game is a pleasure to play.
Posted March 24, 2016 by Jeff Scott
Dirac - quantum challenge puzzles
Smash Hit and Does Not Commute developer, the ironically names Mediocre have dropped a new game on us. Dirac is a puzzle game that focuses on connecting quantum particles in an atom smasher puzzle game. It also happens to have a really great soundtrack.
Posted March 10, 2016 by Jeff Scott
Train Conductor World Leaves the Station Right on Schedule
The folks at Voxel Agents are a little obsessed with trains and with making really good train games. And that’s OK. Or great if we are talking about Train Conductor World.
Starting out on a European map, the game combines multi-level train routing puzzles with quick thinking and collecting. Expanding the rail map leads to new cities and new types of puzzles to solve. It’s a really well thought out puzzle game that turns the level map on it’s ear by letting the player control where to go next by where they lay the train track pieces.
A great follow up to the Train Conductor series from Voxel Agents!
Posted March 3, 2016 by Jeff Scott
_PRISM - amazing first published game from Stugan Indie Academy
_PRISM is an impossible world that delivers itself with a series of amazingly beautiful geometric puzzles. Each puzzle introduces new mechanics and styles that must be adapted to in order to solve the puzzle.
While some of the puzzles can be a bit repetitive, they are all beautiful and a joy to complete.
Posted February 11, 2016 by Jeff Scott
Momoka - Touch Arcade Game of the Week
The thing that really sets Momoka apart from those other games and gives it its own feel is when you first get the keys to your very own rocket ship. From there you can blast off and explore an entire solar system of tiny planets that, when you land on them and are exploring on foot, actually feel quite expansive. Flying through the solar system is a trip and tons of fun, and was the moment that I knew Momoka was going to be a special game. Add in the fantastic music and a quirky cast of characters to meet throughout the galaxy and you really can feel all the heart and soul that went into this game.
Posted January 19, 2016 via Touch Arcade
Scribblenauts Unlimited draws a 4.5/5 from Gamezebo
Scribblenauts Unlimited almost lives up to its name. Aside from copyrighted material and most specific people (you can summon George Washington but not Elvis), Scribblenauts Unlimited allows players to create anything they can dream up in order to solve the game’s puzzles.
Overall, Scribblenauts Unlimited is an excellent game that is great for all ages that allows players room to play however they’d like — though Scribblenauts Unlimited truly shines when players use their imagination.
Posted December 22, 2015 via Gamezebo
"Easy to Love" - A Good Snowman is Hard gets perfect 5/5 from Gamezebo
Oh my gosh this game. This game.
If you dilute it down to its most basic elements, A Good Snowman is Hard to Build is basically sokoban – a very common sort of puzzle game that has you pushing blocks around various environments. I remember having a similar kind of game on my very first cell phone, which at the time was impressive because it had a color display and a built-in camera. So yes, sokoban is a classic puzzle genre that I’ve always enjoyed quite a bit.
Posted December 15, 2015 via Gamezebo
If Monument Valley were a music game, it would be Maestria
A beautiful isometric world is a strange place for a simple puzzle game. But wow does it set the mood for the story of the game.
In Maestria the goal of the game is to ring the bells in a certain order with a ring that proceeds out from the main character, Fugue’s body. The distance from Fugue will determine the order of ringing. But the task gets trickier as the game progresses with obstacles and more.
Maestria is a great little $1.99 gem of a zen-like puzzle game. With over 160 levels in multiple worlds, there’s a lot to explore.
Posted December 7, 2015 by Jeff Scott