Puzzle Games to reccommend?

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Aug 9, 2009
  1. soul2040
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    I like puzzle games...

    could anyone reccommend me more puzzle games....
     
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    What kind of puzzle games? Tetris kind?

    Then try Tetris DS.

    Go try Henry Hatsworth too. Its actually a hybrid between platforming action and puzzle.

    Oh and Roogoo attack, cute little puzzle game.
     
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    any puzzle games

    ok ill try it..
     
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    tetris DS [​IMG]

    puyo puyo 7/anniversary

    Space invader(not sure if this is considered)

    henry hatworth is pretty fun too

    hmm, picross( there's a picross somewhere that i have forgotten its name)

    hmm, those sudoku games as well?

    anyway, more info needed.
     
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    Try "1142 - Brain Buster: Puzzle Pak (U)", it's a compilation of Sudoku, Kakuro, Nurikabe, Slitherlink and Akari (Light On).

    Akari is my favourite, and if you like it then check out "0921 - Puzzle Series: Volume 10: Akari (J)" for harder puzzles.
    I think I beat that game 4 times (start a new file, finish every single puzzle, repeat 4 times) and still like it.

    edit: Also there are Puzzle Series for Slitherlink and Nurikabe as well. Generally Puzzle Series offers bigger volume and better (and harder) puzzles, but the reason I recommended Brain Buster is that it's in English. I can't just blindly recommend puzzle games in Japanese because you have to learn the rules first [​IMG]
     
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    Picross is amazing, everyone should play it.
    Puzzle Quest (RPG + Puzzling)
    Tetris DS ofcourse
    Henry Hatsworth
    Peggle Dual Shot
     
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    Tetris DS
    Planet Puzzle League
    Quikspot
    Picross 3D
    Puyo Puyo 7
    Mortal Kombat (includes Puzzle Kombat)
     
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    If you have a dsi, i highly recommend Artstyle: Pictobits, Dr. Mario Express, and the one where you move the blocks (i completely forgot the name just now... but it starts with a "P"). Besides that, the ds puzzle games i've played and recommend are:

    Professor Layton and the Curious Village
    Tetris DS
    Puyo Puoy 7
    (maybe) Mortal Kombat
    Henry Hatsworth (although I find it to be a Lot more platforming than puzzles...)
     
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    Jewel Quest
    Jewel Match
    Puzzle Quest Galatrix
    Puzzle Kingdoms
     
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    Peggle is worth a look, it is a sort of pinball/pachinko puzzle game.

    If you enjoy hidden object searches, Amazing Adventures: The Forgotten Ruins has simple puzzles (memory match, jigsaw, tile swap, and function match) between scenes that are fast and entertaining for a quick fix. This game is good for a quick diversion, it is rather light and fluffy but entertaining.

    Professor Layton and the Curious Village has a wide variety of puzzles and an engaging story line. You may need help from friends for this one but it is very satisfying once solved. (New Version coming soon - Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box!)

    Puzzle Collection has word search, word fit, crosswords, and sudoku.

    Clubhouse Games includes many, many games including the moving block game mentioned previously that I can't think of the name right now.

    Rubik's World is another puzzle based game.

    It all depends on what type of puzzles you enjoy. There is something out there for everyone.
     
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    thanks a lot guys...

    I'm going to try them all...

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    Yep would definitely try Professor Layton, although it can be frustrating enough to throw your DS through a laptop. Everyone should play Peggle, even if you don't like puzzle games. Tetris DS is definitely a good one to get as well.
     
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