Fracter is one of the most interesting and artistic puzzle games that we have reviewed in a long time. Telling a haunting tale mostly only using light and shadow, the game challenges players to figure it out, and what is actually going on in its unique world.
Billy’s time wasting this week was brought to a sudden halt when a slew of ads sprung forth from Shootout 3D and buried him alive.
Professor Lupo’s shady dealings in black market space creatures have finally caught up with him. But as his not so faithful intern, it may be you who pays the price as you struggle to save a space station that’s been overrun by pet monsters.
The mobile game Time Wasters continue this week as Billy takes a look at Nintendo’s newest smartphone game: Dr. Mario World.
Silence: The Whispered World 2 has been out on other platforms for a while, but now makes the jump to the Nintendo Switch, where it takes on new life. This is one of the most engaging puzzle adventure games in years, with both beauty and brains.
Energy Cycle Edge has an exciting name, but that is where the energy ends for this one-trick pony of a puzzle game. While this was reviewed on the Nintendo Switch, it would be more at home as an ad-supported, free smartphone game.
This week Billy feels like he’s back in high school as he checks out Chuzzle 2, a sequel to a game that came out back in 2005. Is Chuzzle 2 as good as the origional, or perhaps even better? Only one way to find out!
Overall, Rehtona is an adorable little puzzle platformer that has players navigating between light and dark worlds, and having actions taken in them influence one another. Even the name Rehtona is another puzzle itself. See if you can figure it out.
While Tower Of Shirin is every bit a puzzle adventure game, with all the pros can cons that entails, this one tends to rise above the pack a bit with colorful characters, and interesting world and a good story to move things along.
Continuing the puzzle-solving adventures of The Council, players will match wits with historical figures like George Washington and Napoleon while trying to solve a Lovecraftian mystery. Greater challenges await in episodes two and three.