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‘HOOK 2’ Review – A Sharp Left Hook From Out of Nowhere

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The original HOOK ($1.99) had a very simple idea behind it. You were presented with a tangled mess of hooks and loops, and you needed to remove each one without snagging any others. Extremely simple at first, but as the puzzles rolled along, additional layers of complexity were woven in. By the end, the puzzles would take a blend of careful observation and patience to untangle. As an added bonus, those later puzzles were also beautiful objects to look at. The game was a surprise hit, and it left people hungry for more.

‘Hero Emblems II’ Review – There’s No Catch to this Match

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Seven and a half years ago, the original Hero Emblems ($2.99) was released on the App Store. Just under six years ago, its sequel was formally announced and a trailer was shown. A couple of weeks after that, I played Hero Emblems II ($6.99) for the first time while attending the 2016 Tokyo Game Show. At that time, the folks at Heat Pot Games told me that the game was still a ways off from release, with a late 2017 date at the absolute earliest.

‘Dungeons of Dreadrock’ Review – Nothing Grim About These Masterful Puzzles

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Your brother has been selected to be a sacrifice, and that’s not something that sits right with you. In you go after him, without so much as a weapon by your side. Probably not your best plan. Well, at least the dungeon is only… 100 levels deep. And these aren’t like the floors of your local dying shopping mall, either. Each one has at least one way to kill you, and most have a few. Sometimes you’ll be quickly dodging around fireball traps activated by pressure plates. Other times you’ll be doing the combat dance with some goblins. Most monsters can kill you in a single swipe, so you’ll have to be light on your feet. Luckily there are a few traps you can use to your own advantage if you play things right.

‘Puzzled ACA NEOGEO’ Review – A Puzzling Selection

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So far in the new mobile ACA NEOGEO line, we’ve seen a decent mix of games released. Some popular titles, some not so well-known. Some great games, some a little more average. Some that suit touch controls, and others not so much. A couple of them are the best of all worlds. But with the release of Puzzled ($3.99), I believe we have our first “worst of all worlds” situation. Even with the generally excellent work Hamster does on these releases, there’s only so much that can be done for some games.

‘Incredible Mandy’ Review – A Minimalist Adventure-Puzzler With a Few Problems

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Incredible Mandy ($2.99) is an adventure through dreams searching for memories lost, people forgotten, and experiences once treasured. It is a third person platformer with a little bit of combat and a whole lot of environmental puzzles in a semi-open world, sprinkled with collectibles to fill in the story. It, in short, looks really, really interesting.

‘Felix the Reaper’ Review – A Match Made in Death: Dark Comedy, Dancing Skeletons, and Puzzles

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Light and dark, sun and shadow… the classic metaphors for life and death. Except, in Felix the Reaper ($3.99), they are not just metaphors, they are also the basic premise of the game. Players will guide Felix, a new field Reaper in the Ministry of Death, as he orchestrates ever more elaborate deaths, intent on impressing his lady-love in the Ministry of Life, Betty. The catch? The two may never meet—Felix must remain in the shadows, while Betty dances in sunlit meadows.