As a genre, puzzle platformers have gone through many permutations. First gaining mainstream success in America in the 1990’s with Lost Vikings and Wario Land 2. These games laid the groundwork for modern puzzle platformers like Braid and Fez, where the puzzles are solved by players manipulating the actual game world in some way.
Deus Ex is getting the GO treatment, with a mobile release coming a little later this year
The Talos Principle, one of the best puzzle games around, is seemingly getting a sequel sometime soon
SuperHot uses it’s time-altering core mechanic to great effect, with small, smartly designed puzzles offering exhilirating bursts of frantic shooting and methodical thought.
New Unravel gameplay not only showcases just how gorgeous the game is again, but also shows that it isn’t going to be a walk in the park.
Bored? Tired of work? Feel like some puzzling which involves popping bubbles? Today’s Work Avoidance Wednesday is for you!
Need a quick break from work? Of course you do! Take some time off for a quick game of Tetris, and tell us how good (or bad) you are at it!
South African-made Cadence is a stunning game and needs some money to be completed. It deserves every cent.
Lara Croft doesn’t just go on her own Tomb Raiding adventures – sometimes she does it with friends. How does the co-op Lara stack up?
We review Monsters and Medicine, a locally developed puzzle game all about curing injured creatures.
Do Cadence’s sound puzzles still confuse you? You may want to check this out then
Is King Oddball the new Angry Birds? Not on PS4 it isn’t.