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Amit Makwana 2017-09-25

Mobile app development company is moving towards more innovative approaches and finding new ways to create such brain-teasers.

These puzzle games are easily playable on mobile devices, and that has helped such games to gain more popularity.

Overall, it is an exciting game and motivates the players to keep playing for prolonged intervals.

This is a game with actual storyline, complex mechanics and good graphics and animations.

The main feature is a strong storyline and has five episodes.

They have amazing franchises like Walking Dead games, Borderlands, Batman, and the very famous Game of Thrones.

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Nicholas Patton 2020-08-31
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The Pixel 4a’s less than premium body normally implies a less than rugged phone. On the upside, that usually means a phone that’s also easy to open up and repair. If the Pixel 3a was anything to go by, iFixit’s silent, or should we say ASMR-inspired, teardown should be straightforward and uneventful. Unfortunately, they do say looks can be deceiving … Continue reading
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Donald Koontz 2017-06-24
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Despite its clunky, somewhat cliché title, the game immediately piqued my interest with its smooth, perspective-based puzzles, constantly-evolving landscapes, and low-poly artistic style that’s reminiscent of an all-time favorite, Monument Valley.

After the End: Forsaken Destiny is a linear adventure puzzle game that follows the parallel journeys of two little black horned creatures—a father and son—who are traveling the same path at different times.

You play as both the father and the son at different points in the game, sometimes swapping roles mid-level.

In order to progress through the game you’ll need to forge a path by solving puzzles—you’ll flip switches, pull levers, and look at problems from all angles, while simultaneously dodging enemies and avoiding dangerous obstacles.

After the End: Forsaken Destiny is a premium title, but it’s well worth the $4 price tag.

If you enjoy similarly evocative solo-adventure games like Monument Valley and Lumino City, here’s why you need to check this one out:

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Nicolas Yeager 2017-08-01
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Who doesn’t love puzzle games?

Well, a lot of people, probably, but if you’re not one of them, you might enjoy the current “pay what you want” Humble Mobile Bundle.

The minimum payment of $1 will bag you a trio of minimalistic puzzle experiences.

Hook, Zenge, and klocki all follow a similar ideology — they’re meditative games that don’t pressure you with timers, move counters, or anything else.

It’s just you, a puzzle, and all the time in the world.

They also arrive with some beautifully atmospheric soundtracks — these titles could make for some great stress relief.

collect
0
George Starling 2017-10-05
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Though it’s a low-stakes hidden object game, it’s tinged with hints of H.P.

Lovecraft, and the environments evoke a sense of dread.

It dived into VR this year, and Sunken is its fourth release.

Developer Waldir Rodrigues says that, up until now, they’ve been experimenting and figuring out how to create the best player experience with the new technology.

“We faced challenges mainly with the usual problems that most of the VR developers face like UX and UI.

We also faced the challenge of creating an interesting experience in a small scale game, since this game was made under a month with a really small team.”

collect
0
Michael Hurlock 2016-12-10
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These days, keeping up with games can be a full-time job.

Allow us to help by regularly selecting a game You Should Play.

I especially like timed puzzle games, because I m an insanely competitive person and I always want to win even if it s against myself .

And for those times, there s Klocki, a minimalist puzzle game with a great soundtrack, gorgeous graphics, and a perhaps frustrating lack of pressure.

There are no hidden features to unlock, there s no way to measure your success aside from successfully completing the puzzles , and there s only one option to turn off the music .

But despite the complete lack of instructions, Klocki does an excellent job of introducing its mechanics, which involve swapping, twisting, and turning tiles, in a way that s easy to understand.

collect
0
Kyle Patterson 2016-08-05
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Allow us to help by regularly selecting a game You Should Play.

It s hard out there for a robot, which is why Little Broken Robots robo-repair shop is in business.

This charming puzzler from Dragon Army—the same developer that made Robots Love Ice Cream—asks you to repair cute little broken robots by rewiring their circuit boards and fixing their problems.

A balanced hint system keeps the game from becoming too frustrating, and even the most talented puzzle solvers will find a challenge in one of the game s three gameplay modes.

The robots are adorable, dancing around on the assembly line with their problems pirate robots wear buccaneer hats and brandish sabers .

Little Broken Robots isn t going to wow you in the graphics department, but this never-ending puzzle game is just cute enough to cheer you up and keep you interested in repairing robots.

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0
Tracy Rinehart 2016-06-23
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This weekend, Ford has partnered with Escape the Room creator Victor Blake to set up an Escape the Room scenario that also acts as a soft sales pitch/test drive for the Ford Escape.

The experience is separated into five different rooms and teams are given six minutes to find clues and escape each room.

It kicks off in a room designed like a New York City apartment and from there, you travel to other destinations, which include a coffee stand after which, you are instructed to test out the hands-free parking feature , an office place, a party in Bushwick and even a film festival at the beach.

Blake did a great job designing a puzzle game that was challenging but that also managed to both use and play up many of the selling features of the 2017 Ford Escape.

Watching Ray Wong park the Ford Escape hands-free was both exciting and terrifying.

As a non-driver, I m always amazed at how far car tech has come in just the last few years.

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0
Jim Evans 2017-05-25
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Where AAA games have focused on recapturing the nostalgia of games from 30 years ago, or trying to squeeze the most jump scares into 20 minutes, games like What Remains of Edith Finch, Abzu, Journey and Inside have used the language of video games — running, jumping, sliding, fighting — to deliver very particular feelings.

On the surface, Rime is an action-adventure puzzle game, with climbing and running and pushing boxes into their correct positions to open doors.

Explaining the exact feelings and emotions Rime hopes to instill in you would take away from its journey across a gorgeous island, over a sun-bleached desert, and through a shadowy, rain-drenched necropolis.

The emotional themes of the game’s five main areas aren’t clear until you complete the game and see the whole picture.

Lost on a strange island

The surface-level premise of Rime finds a shipwrecked child stranded on a Mediterranean-esque island, trying to figure out what to do about the situation.

collect
0
Shane Green 2017-11-27
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Released in 2007 as one of the five games inside Valve’s The Orange Box, Portal was presented as somewhat of a throw-in title, relative to Half Life 2: Episode Two and Team Fortress 2.

Portal‘s protagonist, Chell, enters the Aperture Science facility that serves as a testing center for its creation, the portal gun.

This relatively rudimentary mechanic seemed so obvious, yet it felt revolutionary.

With 120 shrine puzzles in all, and four divine beasts containing multiple shrine puzzles in a bigger setting, the game’s scope in terms of puzzle mechanics is vast and varied.

The 2016 follow-up to Jonathan Blow‘s Braid took seven years to make, but its lengthy development cycle was more than worth it.

The game doesn’t introduce its concepts explicitly.

collect
0
Anthony Sullivan 2016-08-19
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This clever puzzle-platformer uses portals for the perfect touchscreen controls.

Allow us to help by regularly selecting a game You Should Play.

But Telepaint is an adorable puzzle-platformer with a clever, touch-friendly twist: Instead of furiously tapping your screen to jump, duck, and slide past obstacles, you use a portal system to get your little paint bucket protagonist safely to his paint brush buddy.

It takes just enough precision out of the mix that your touchscreen won t frustrate you, while still keeping the platformer elements of timing and skill.

You still need to be able to time your character s movements and link portals in the correct order, at the correct times, but you don t need to worry about dying because you accidentally hit a mysterious dead spot on your screen.

Because you only need to tap specific areas the portals, which are colorful, pulsing dots , this game is basically perfect for your phone.

collect
0
Goold Benner 2020-05-22

Gemsweeper by Lobstersoft can be a colourful puzzle video game.

I've to admit that in the beginning my consideration was drawn with the graphics and track record structure, that happen to be incredibly amazing.

collect
0
John Henderson 2017-04-03
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Most of the time I drop open world games as soon as I've filed a review without much compulsion to keep clearing all of the little icons taunting me from the map screen.

Last month alone I was playing my way through Horizon Zero Dawn and Ghost Recon Wildlands, but the open world game dominating my free time at the moment is Zelda.

What is it that Zelda manages to do so well when other open world games typically leave me so cold?

The last one I enjoyed enough to want to finish everything was Watch Dogs 2, and that was because I enjoyed being a cool hackerman with computer powers.

Link doesn't have computer powers — although he can stop time and control metal objects with a wave of his hands — but he's not the draw for me anyway.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild does a lot of things successfully, but it's most rewarding when you're just shooting the breeze, meandering from place to place, poking and prodding at Hyrule's multitude of systems.

collect
0
Ronald Mitchell 2018-09-30
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Puzzle games used to be a simple genre with a simple idea.

You solve puzzles for time killing enjoyment.

However, the genre ballooned in a big way on mobile.

In fact, it’s one of the most popular genres on the entire platform.

It started with simple viral games like 2048 and evolved into genuinely enjoyable experiences like Monument Valley and Telltale Games titles (until they went under).

These days, you can find some seriously good puzzle games on Android.

collect
0
Bryan White 2016-12-28

Doom is a paean to a type of game that doesn t get made anymore: A love letter to grindhouse mayhem, the blend of science fiction and heavy-metal album cover pastiche that made the original Doom feel so singular and entertaining in 1993.

Doom is brilliant not because it references one of the all-time classics but because it manages to rebuild the experience of that classic using modern parts.

Respawn Entertainment has managed to produce one of the most original and entertaining first-person shooter campaigns in years.

An episodic romp through a series of creative obstacle courses including a time-travelling superweapon bunker and a giant factory building pre-fabricated houses, Titanfall 2 s campaign is powerfully rhythmic and supremely fun.

You are a pilot, marooned on an enemy planet, equipped with a supersuit that lets you run on walls, powerslide across entire rooms, and call a giant mecha buddy to help you in a pinch.

Part buddy cop comedy, part acrobatic platforming showcase and part giant robot brawler, Titanfall 2 relentlessly dazzles the player with its confident design.

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Danny Knackstedt 2021-03-23
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Mobile games are everywhere, yet not all of them may be suitable for kids. In this list, we pick some of the best free kids games for Android and iOS.
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Amit Makwana 2017-09-25

Mobile app development company is moving towards more innovative approaches and finding new ways to create such brain-teasers.

These puzzle games are easily playable on mobile devices, and that has helped such games to gain more popularity.

Overall, it is an exciting game and motivates the players to keep playing for prolonged intervals.

This is a game with actual storyline, complex mechanics and good graphics and animations.

The main feature is a strong storyline and has five episodes.

They have amazing franchises like Walking Dead games, Borderlands, Batman, and the very famous Game of Thrones.

Donald Koontz 2017-06-24
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Despite its clunky, somewhat cliché title, the game immediately piqued my interest with its smooth, perspective-based puzzles, constantly-evolving landscapes, and low-poly artistic style that’s reminiscent of an all-time favorite, Monument Valley.

After the End: Forsaken Destiny is a linear adventure puzzle game that follows the parallel journeys of two little black horned creatures—a father and son—who are traveling the same path at different times.

You play as both the father and the son at different points in the game, sometimes swapping roles mid-level.

In order to progress through the game you’ll need to forge a path by solving puzzles—you’ll flip switches, pull levers, and look at problems from all angles, while simultaneously dodging enemies and avoiding dangerous obstacles.

After the End: Forsaken Destiny is a premium title, but it’s well worth the $4 price tag.

If you enjoy similarly evocative solo-adventure games like Monument Valley and Lumino City, here’s why you need to check this one out:

George Starling 2017-10-05
img

Though it’s a low-stakes hidden object game, it’s tinged with hints of H.P.

Lovecraft, and the environments evoke a sense of dread.

It dived into VR this year, and Sunken is its fourth release.

Developer Waldir Rodrigues says that, up until now, they’ve been experimenting and figuring out how to create the best player experience with the new technology.

“We faced challenges mainly with the usual problems that most of the VR developers face like UX and UI.

We also faced the challenge of creating an interesting experience in a small scale game, since this game was made under a month with a really small team.”

Kyle Patterson 2016-08-05
img

Allow us to help by regularly selecting a game You Should Play.

It s hard out there for a robot, which is why Little Broken Robots robo-repair shop is in business.

This charming puzzler from Dragon Army—the same developer that made Robots Love Ice Cream—asks you to repair cute little broken robots by rewiring their circuit boards and fixing their problems.

A balanced hint system keeps the game from becoming too frustrating, and even the most talented puzzle solvers will find a challenge in one of the game s three gameplay modes.

The robots are adorable, dancing around on the assembly line with their problems pirate robots wear buccaneer hats and brandish sabers .

Little Broken Robots isn t going to wow you in the graphics department, but this never-ending puzzle game is just cute enough to cheer you up and keep you interested in repairing robots.

Jim Evans 2017-05-25
img

Where AAA games have focused on recapturing the nostalgia of games from 30 years ago, or trying to squeeze the most jump scares into 20 minutes, games like What Remains of Edith Finch, Abzu, Journey and Inside have used the language of video games — running, jumping, sliding, fighting — to deliver very particular feelings.

On the surface, Rime is an action-adventure puzzle game, with climbing and running and pushing boxes into their correct positions to open doors.

Explaining the exact feelings and emotions Rime hopes to instill in you would take away from its journey across a gorgeous island, over a sun-bleached desert, and through a shadowy, rain-drenched necropolis.

The emotional themes of the game’s five main areas aren’t clear until you complete the game and see the whole picture.

Lost on a strange island

The surface-level premise of Rime finds a shipwrecked child stranded on a Mediterranean-esque island, trying to figure out what to do about the situation.

Anthony Sullivan 2016-08-19
img

This clever puzzle-platformer uses portals for the perfect touchscreen controls.

Allow us to help by regularly selecting a game You Should Play.

But Telepaint is an adorable puzzle-platformer with a clever, touch-friendly twist: Instead of furiously tapping your screen to jump, duck, and slide past obstacles, you use a portal system to get your little paint bucket protagonist safely to his paint brush buddy.

It takes just enough precision out of the mix that your touchscreen won t frustrate you, while still keeping the platformer elements of timing and skill.

You still need to be able to time your character s movements and link portals in the correct order, at the correct times, but you don t need to worry about dying because you accidentally hit a mysterious dead spot on your screen.

Because you only need to tap specific areas the portals, which are colorful, pulsing dots , this game is basically perfect for your phone.

John Henderson 2017-04-03
img

Most of the time I drop open world games as soon as I've filed a review without much compulsion to keep clearing all of the little icons taunting me from the map screen.

Last month alone I was playing my way through Horizon Zero Dawn and Ghost Recon Wildlands, but the open world game dominating my free time at the moment is Zelda.

What is it that Zelda manages to do so well when other open world games typically leave me so cold?

The last one I enjoyed enough to want to finish everything was Watch Dogs 2, and that was because I enjoyed being a cool hackerman with computer powers.

Link doesn't have computer powers — although he can stop time and control metal objects with a wave of his hands — but he's not the draw for me anyway.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild does a lot of things successfully, but it's most rewarding when you're just shooting the breeze, meandering from place to place, poking and prodding at Hyrule's multitude of systems.

Bryan White 2016-12-28

Doom is a paean to a type of game that doesn t get made anymore: A love letter to grindhouse mayhem, the blend of science fiction and heavy-metal album cover pastiche that made the original Doom feel so singular and entertaining in 1993.

Doom is brilliant not because it references one of the all-time classics but because it manages to rebuild the experience of that classic using modern parts.

Respawn Entertainment has managed to produce one of the most original and entertaining first-person shooter campaigns in years.

An episodic romp through a series of creative obstacle courses including a time-travelling superweapon bunker and a giant factory building pre-fabricated houses, Titanfall 2 s campaign is powerfully rhythmic and supremely fun.

You are a pilot, marooned on an enemy planet, equipped with a supersuit that lets you run on walls, powerslide across entire rooms, and call a giant mecha buddy to help you in a pinch.

Part buddy cop comedy, part acrobatic platforming showcase and part giant robot brawler, Titanfall 2 relentlessly dazzles the player with its confident design.

Nicholas Patton 2020-08-31
img
The Pixel 4a’s less than premium body normally implies a less than rugged phone. On the upside, that usually means a phone that’s also easy to open up and repair. If the Pixel 3a was anything to go by, iFixit’s silent, or should we say ASMR-inspired, teardown should be straightforward and uneventful. Unfortunately, they do say looks can be deceiving … Continue reading
Nicolas Yeager 2017-08-01
img

Who doesn’t love puzzle games?

Well, a lot of people, probably, but if you’re not one of them, you might enjoy the current “pay what you want” Humble Mobile Bundle.

The minimum payment of $1 will bag you a trio of minimalistic puzzle experiences.

Hook, Zenge, and klocki all follow a similar ideology — they’re meditative games that don’t pressure you with timers, move counters, or anything else.

It’s just you, a puzzle, and all the time in the world.

They also arrive with some beautifully atmospheric soundtracks — these titles could make for some great stress relief.

Michael Hurlock 2016-12-10
img

These days, keeping up with games can be a full-time job.

Allow us to help by regularly selecting a game You Should Play.

I especially like timed puzzle games, because I m an insanely competitive person and I always want to win even if it s against myself .

And for those times, there s Klocki, a minimalist puzzle game with a great soundtrack, gorgeous graphics, and a perhaps frustrating lack of pressure.

There are no hidden features to unlock, there s no way to measure your success aside from successfully completing the puzzles , and there s only one option to turn off the music .

But despite the complete lack of instructions, Klocki does an excellent job of introducing its mechanics, which involve swapping, twisting, and turning tiles, in a way that s easy to understand.

Tracy Rinehart 2016-06-23
img

This weekend, Ford has partnered with Escape the Room creator Victor Blake to set up an Escape the Room scenario that also acts as a soft sales pitch/test drive for the Ford Escape.

The experience is separated into five different rooms and teams are given six minutes to find clues and escape each room.

It kicks off in a room designed like a New York City apartment and from there, you travel to other destinations, which include a coffee stand after which, you are instructed to test out the hands-free parking feature , an office place, a party in Bushwick and even a film festival at the beach.

Blake did a great job designing a puzzle game that was challenging but that also managed to both use and play up many of the selling features of the 2017 Ford Escape.

Watching Ray Wong park the Ford Escape hands-free was both exciting and terrifying.

As a non-driver, I m always amazed at how far car tech has come in just the last few years.

Shane Green 2017-11-27
img

Released in 2007 as one of the five games inside Valve’s The Orange Box, Portal was presented as somewhat of a throw-in title, relative to Half Life 2: Episode Two and Team Fortress 2.

Portal‘s protagonist, Chell, enters the Aperture Science facility that serves as a testing center for its creation, the portal gun.

This relatively rudimentary mechanic seemed so obvious, yet it felt revolutionary.

With 120 shrine puzzles in all, and four divine beasts containing multiple shrine puzzles in a bigger setting, the game’s scope in terms of puzzle mechanics is vast and varied.

The 2016 follow-up to Jonathan Blow‘s Braid took seven years to make, but its lengthy development cycle was more than worth it.

The game doesn’t introduce its concepts explicitly.

Goold Benner 2020-05-22

Gemsweeper by Lobstersoft can be a colourful puzzle video game.

I've to admit that in the beginning my consideration was drawn with the graphics and track record structure, that happen to be incredibly amazing.

Ronald Mitchell 2018-09-30
img

Puzzle games used to be a simple genre with a simple idea.

You solve puzzles for time killing enjoyment.

However, the genre ballooned in a big way on mobile.

In fact, it’s one of the most popular genres on the entire platform.

It started with simple viral games like 2048 and evolved into genuinely enjoyable experiences like Monument Valley and Telltale Games titles (until they went under).

These days, you can find some seriously good puzzle games on Android.

Danny Knackstedt 2021-03-23
img
Mobile games are everywhere, yet not all of them may be suitable for kids. In this list, we pick some of the best free kids games for Android and iOS.