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...]
Snake Walk is a topology type puzzle app game. The object is to start at any square, then travel in a direction as far as possible and hopefully cover all the squares. Except for the red squares which act as blocking walls.
We’ve seen this type of puzzle app many times. Probably the best version is Mortal Coil which offers over 400 advanced levels.
Snake Walk has 50 levels with ‘more coming soon.’ I’ve done them all. I like the puzzles. There’s a good range of easy, medium & hard puzzles. But the mechanics are a bit clumsy. I do [Read More...]
Fields is an interesting puzzle app from Kevin Langdon. The object is to fill the field with different colored flowers. The blue flowers always occupy 2 squares. The red flowers take up 5 squares. You get the idea.
Kevin says: This game is so addicting, you may never leave the toilet again.
Now just a darn minute Kevin. You’re going too far with that! Let it be known now and forever that I do not advocate anybody reading this blog, or play any games on the toilet. Just the thought makes me go EEEEwwwwwwww!
Let’s talk gameplay. This is quite [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.
When I first saw Squarescape (see the blue image), I thought to myself: okay here’s another maze game where you have to slide your man as far as it can travel, pick up an object, and then find the exit.
Old school computer graphics. As I whizzed through, I discovered the more interesting levels. Look at the orange image. Those orange squares can shift within their zones. Just tap on the arrows. Very nice challenging element.
Look at the purple image. The purple square shifts on its own. So, when you slide your man (the white square) you must time [Read More...]
The adorable and playful new brain game, Cut the Rope, offers a slew of friendly yet hungry monsters to feed, and many challenging puzzles to solve as you travel through time with the lovable creature Om Nom. This is an incredible new challenge game full of candy eating monsters, time-travel and tons of physics-based action sure to keep you busy for hours on end.
You and Om Nom will work your way through six areas including the middle-ages, renaissance, a pirate ship, Ancient Egypt and Greece and even the Stone Age. With so many puzzles to solve and Om [Read More...]
Xploding Puzzle comes from http://www.plungeinteractive.com/news.php. The object is to eliminate all the squares. Tap on a red square – which is always numbered with a 1, and it will explode and then send red missiles in each direction. The blue squares need to be hit twice. Other squares need to be hit 3 times.
Last year I saw at least 3 or 4 of these types of puzzles. I believe that those grid sizes were all uniform: 7×9 maybe? Xploding Puzzle: the grid configurations are more creative. And the red arrows that represent the missiles are nice.
There are some [Read More...]