Sporos is a simple puzzle game where you need to infect some cells with the sporos you get for each level. The cells are placed on a board (more like plane, since there is a neon theme) and form various shapes. It is up to the player to position the sporos in order to infect everything. The game is quite simple, has hundreds of levels to play, but this also makes it very repetitive and may lose the player’s interest easily. The gameplay is not helping out either.
Remember the time when you were opening the newspaper on that certain page because you knew there would be a brand new Sudoku waiting for you to solve it? Although the days of pencil and paper are almost over, Sudoku has moved on to the digital realm where you can still enjoy the game. This app having the same title – Sudoku – is a simple and clean way to kill time and put your intelligence to the test. With a decent number of puzzles available from start, this game will surely be loved by those who enjoy Sudoku.
For the puzzle lovers out there this is a new challenge. Puzzle retreat is a nice game about strategic moves in which you will place ice cubes on a board filled with holes and make sure all the cubes are used and no holes are left. The game is free and comes with 2 packs of 24 and 26 levels that will challenge your brain. For those that want more, there are 5 more packs you can by with 32 levels each.
Shift It comes as another casual puzzle game, with bright colors, catchy sounds and easy rules. Basically it is a 2D version of Rubik’s Cube along with some nice seasoning of rewards and a couple of challenges to spice up the gameplay. Unlike the original Rubik’s Cube, here you will find blocks of at least two different colors. The aim of the game is to position the blocks in a way that allows all blocks of the same color to be connected with at lease one edge. Sounds simple if you are playing with 9 blocks on a 3×3 board, but things do get complicated pretty quick.
After reviewing the original Hamlet game, we felt a need to walk you through a step by step guide to the game. We know it’s not quite a difficult game, but if you find yourself stuck somewhere this article help you out. Without further to do, here are our solutions.
We find ourselves reviewing yet another puzzle game called Hamlet. The game consists of a series of screens where you simply have to think logically and find out the solution to your current problem by tapping various objects. The main character is nicely placed in the story and humor will keep you entertained at every pace. The game is not that challenging in terms of complexity so even younger players may find it interesting. All in all, you will get a couple of hours of enjoyment but not more than an afternoon of total gameplay. Yes, it is somewhat short.
Magic Wingdom is a dynamic puzzle game where the goal is to match eggs with the same color on a two dimensional plane. If two eggs of different colors collide then you lose. In a nutshell this is it. On top of these simple rules there are additional combos and boosts that can be applied to make the game even more attractive. For example adding more lives will allow you to get a higher score and even more experience points to help you out.
The play store is filled with similar games so it’s no wonder we end up reviewing an app and having a déjà vu. BraveSmart is a puzzle game where you need to connect at least 3 adjacent resources to form one of greater importance. Scotsmen will wonder around leaving resources you can use to build up your houses, sheep and cows will block your way and useful tools will help you clear out any mistakes. Sounds familiar? Then take a look at Tiny Town, the similar game from Spry Fox LLC.
Cheese Tower is an easy and fun puzzle game comprised of a multitude of different levels where the goal is to remove certain types of blocks so that other blocks stay on the table. It is very similar with the popular Jenga. These objectives are coated with a storyline to make the game more appealing. The cat is hunting mice and building towers using blocks of cheese. Within these towers there are grey mouse blocks that need to be eliminated. Throughout the game there will be additional blocks that will either be immutable or give other special bonuses.
A famous puzzle game on both Android and iOS mobile operating systems is Disney’s Where’s my water?. As the player, you will follow Swampy (the alligator) in his never ending quest to take a bath. By digging dirt, turning taps on and sliding platforms you will have to guide enough water through Swampy’s pipes so he can safely take a bath. Featuring over 200 levels (and many more that require additional in app purchases) this app has a great bang for your buck.