Puzzle Platformer

REVIEW: Tetragon

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.

REVIEW: Papo & Yo

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.

REVIEW: Omno

A relaxing and a reflective journey through a lost civilization. An interesting array of creatures, the sumptuous soundtrack, and the colorful aesthetics make the trip worth the effort.

REVIEW: INK

Although the idea behind INK isn’t a bad one, with controls that don’t feel precise and such basic gameplay, it doesn’t make for a game worth playing.

REVIEW: Out of Line

An attractive 2d puzzle game with a futuristic feel. Out of the Line delivers on aesthetics and atmosphere but could prove to be a little too easy for puzzle enthusiasts.

REVIEW: Where’s Samantha?

If you like puzzle platformers, jump into the fabric universe of Where’s Samantha?, a seemingly well-stitched together, engaging yarn with puzzles containing many fun ways to dye.

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