An open-world feature might not be something that is commonly used in puzzle games, but A Monster’s Expedition does it very well. It allows you to see a puzzle game from a new perspective.
Serin Fate is one of those games that have a lot of good features, but missing a lot of quality-of-life fixes to make it more enjoyable.
SIMULACRA 2 feels way too similar to SIMULACRA. As a game that focuses on a mysterious element, having nothing new brought to the table makes it loses its charm.
Teddy Floppy Ear – Mountain Adventure is a nice educational game for children. It has a cute main character, nice puzzles that can help them to think, and it is simple enough to be understood.
Button City is a nice, casual game that will relive your youth with 3 minigames as a focus.
Dying Flame lets you explore an abandoned house with the lack of light source. You’ll have to be constantly on high alert, walking in pitch-black whenever something comes out.
Clunky movement aside, Tetragon manages to create a beautiful-looking puzzle platformer with the right difficulty. Puzzles are not too hard but still manages to leave you stumped at times.
Dodgeball Academia is a sports RPG game where you play dodgeball with superpowers. If any of that sounds interesting to you, you should definitely check it out.
Nothing To Remember doesn’t seem to be a memorable game to me. It tries to be something bigger than it should be, giving a sense of weirdness due to their strange decisions in the attempt at realism.
Papo & Yo excels at its subtle storytelling and breathtaking backgrounds. It’s more aimed at casual players who are looking for something magical in their mundane world.