Tags : Puzzle

Murder by Numbers Review

Murder By Numbers is developed by Mediatonic and published by The Irregular Corporation. It’s a Visual Novel Nonogram/Picross-style logic puzzle game hybrid. Is this adventure worth it or is it something that should remain a mystery? Let’s get out a magnifying glass and find out in our Murder By Numbers review!   Game reviewed on Nintendo […]Read More

Catherine: Full Body Release Date Announced For September

Criminally, I completely missed Catherine when it initially released, and so I was personally pretty excited when a remaster for modern consoles was announced. Today, ATLUS have finally revealed the Catherine: Full Body release date!   They have announced that the game will land on September 3rd 2019 for Playstation 4 in the West. Not only […]Read More

Katamari Damacy REROLL Review (Switch) – Super Fab Moreish Mayhem

If you’ve played any of the popular .io games such as Agar.io, or the more recent Donut County, then you’ll be familiar with the ‘absorb things to get bigger to absorb bigger things etc.’ formula Katamari Damacy REROLL is built around. What makes Katamari Damacy REROLL in particular stand out, however, is bucket-loads of eccentricity and extra flair. […]Read More

Real World Puzzle Campaign for Layton’s Mystery Journey Launched

There’s only one month left until the Japanese release of Layton’s Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaires’ Conspiracy, the next Professor Layton game. A new trailer of the game was released along with an ambitious worldwide puzzle solving campaign!   Layton’s Mystery Journey will feature a new main character. You will play as Katrielle Layton, the daughter of […]Read More

Puyo Puyo Tetris Review – Worlds Collide (Switch)

Video game crossovers are always a bit of fun. Even so, Puyo Puyo Tetris, a crossover between the two falling-block puzzle titans, seemed insane. But, as it turns out, just the right kind of insane. Fusing these two worlds together has, by some miracle of the puzzle-Goddess, birthed one of the most refreshing and taxing […]Read More

Yomawari: Night Alone Review (PS Vita)

Yomawari: Night Alone doesn’t beat around the bush. Even though at a glance it might appear cutesy it starts off with you walking a dog at night where a truck nearly kills you and in all the commotion your pet goes missing. Whatever was left of your dog is just a bloody trail now.   […]Read More

Tokyo 13 Review – A Social Network With A Sinister

I booted up Tokyo 13 not knowing what to expect. The promise of a riddle solving social network tickled my interest, but I couldn’t have known the alluring grip that this unique experience would soon have over me.       Download for Free iTunes | Google Play   After entering a name and registering […]Read More

Murasaki – Shmup and Puzzle Fusion

Shoot ’em ups have been long known for their twitch based gameplay. Murasaki tries to do away with this expectation of the genre by introducing puzzle elements into the mix.         You will be able to use the enemies’ attacks against them. By shooting explosive blocks, for example, you can chain them […]Read More