And there, I plummeted, eternally
The addictive Piczle Lines DX has received an update bringing 100 new puzzles with it.
Developer Zoink Games have announced that quirky platformer Stick It To The Man will be launching on Switch on November 23.
A Legend of Zelda-esque adventure/puzzle game starring an adorable elephant? Yes, it is as good as it sounds.
Okay, admit it – this game hasn’t been on your radar at all, has it? Well, it probably should be.
Seth S. Scott got in touch with me this weekend to share details on his upcoming creative-action puzzle game, Membrane, which is coming exclusively to the Nintendo Switch this Winter.
Picross S is the first game in the series to appear on the Switch; several iterations have been available on Nintendo 3DS, with the occasional Nintendo-themed spin-off appearing too such as Pokémon Picross and the slightly ridiculously named My Nintendo Picross: The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. On the surface, Picross looks like a very simple puzzle game (perhaps reminding you of Sudoku), but it can actually get rather complex and is a different game entirely.
Playdead’s critically acclaimed Inside is coming to the Nintendo Switch, game director Arnt Jensen revealed in an interview with Famitsu.
Semispheres is an interesting little concept involving two spheres needing to navigate their way through a level to an end portal. The caveat being that the spheres are separated into 2 sides of the screen and the puzzles come from using the spheres to interact with the other side and open up a path to the end goal. These interactions take the form of power-ups you’ll be able to collect, which range from simple distraction noises that attract the attention of enemies or being able to open up a portal to the other side.
Nintendo fans in the DS era were treated to some wonderful puzzlers, including plenty of new takes on the genre. Picross got a new lease of life on the system thanks to the touch-screen capabilities, while Su Doku was an addictive way to pass the time as a side-challenge on Dr Kawashima’s Brain Training.