Cut The Rope is a puzzle game for both Android and iOS users. The premise of the game is Jon Om Nom (a cute little monster). At the beginning of the game, the monster arrives at the player’s doorstep wrapped in a box that has a “Feed with Candy” label on it. All the user has to do quench Jon Om Nom’s sweet tooth is to cut the rope and feed him candy; easier said than done since there are many obstacles and enemies that await you.
Some of the game’s main [Read More...]
For a great science-themed puzzle game full of warm fuzzy try Nano Panda, the latest installment from Unit9 apps. Never before has physics been so cute and cuddly as pandas are shrunk down to nano-size in order to destroy evil atoms floating menacingly around their science lab. This game offers challenging game play and puzzles involving electromagnetism and gravitation while prompting the brain to push itself to new limits. The graphics give it a cartoon-type quality making each new difficult level fun and exciting to play.
Using magnetic powers, your pandas pull down the actual stars to destroy these [Read More...]
The full version of this award winning game, World of Goo, has now arrived and will have you playing with goo in no time. Welcome to the beautiful world of the goo balls, a tasty little race that love to explore. There’s much to do in this game as each level offers more strange and beautiful areas with new creatures to discover. Drag and drop your new little goo friends to build items such as structures, bridges, cannon balls, zeppelins and of course giant tongues.
Each new goo species you uncover comes with their own special abilities which you [Read More...]
This is the perfect addition to your digital games as GiggleUp Kids and Educational Games introduces their eagerly awaited sequel to the original best-selling puzzle game for your little learner. The game includes 53 everyday puzzles found in transport, with 8 different sceneries all created with beautiful, colorful graphics sure to keep your little one’s attention for hours.
Give your child an excellent opportunity to learn simple words in a multitude of languages including English, French, Spanish, Japanese and more. In addition your child will build logical thinking skills through fun and challenging puzzles. This game is excellent for your [Read More...]
When it comes to puzzlers, Disney knows how to make them. Where’s my Perry is another physics based puzzle game from the developer after Where’s my Water. The player has to use water (in different forms, i.e. liquid, steam and ice) to solve very challenging puzzles. The game has spy themed graphics that are very vibrant, intuitive controls and lasers making it one of the best puzzle game with a spy theme.
The player is immersed in Agent P’s world. Agent P is a platypus (actually, he is a half aquatic sleuth) from Phineas and the game begins after [Read More...]
Where’s my Water is unique and adorable puzzle game offers unending fun and learning through cute solvable stories. The greatest feature of this digital game is the ever-changing levels. Each week new levels are added for a limited time so be sure to play before they expire; this feature guarantees you will never get bored of playing the game.
Each of the level use physic-based tools to solve beautifully designed and challenging puzzles all the while cutting through dirt to find water. You can play four characters, each with its own special story including Allie, swampy, cranky and mystery duck. All of the stories combined means over 500 total levels of puzzle fun.
Draw a Stickman is a premium game that is well worth its price. The player is required to draw a stickman and then take him through an epic world of adventure. The player has an assortment of drawing elements, pencils, weapons and tools that they can use in order to overcome obstacles and solve puzzles.
The player controls almost every aspect of the game’s environment, from drawing an axe that they can use to chop down any gate in their way to drawing rain clouds for their growing plants. It is unique features like these that set the game [Read More...]